How Garfield Spawned Some of the Internet's Weirdest Memes

Garfield has been in our cultural vernacular since 1978, but only recently has he been transformed into a harbinger of doom.


Choose Your Own Adventure: You're a Comedian Who Got Cancelled

There's a formula to mounting a comeback as a disgraced comedian.


After 'Avengers: Endgame,' the MCU Has a Chance to Get Riskier

The status quo has been completely upended. What now? Warning: Spoilers ahead.


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Underdog Story Is Now Officially Becoming a Comic Book

She's Wonder Woman, but better because she fights rich assholes.


Todd McFarlane Is the Anti-Hero of American Comics

Ahead of the filming of his new 'Spawn' film, the legendary comic book mogul shares his life-long struggle to pursue his artistic and creative dreams.


Stan Lee Was a True Ally For People Of Colour

Beyond the art, comic books and heroes, Stan Lee chose to support diversity and the civil rights movement in a way so few people did.


Trans Comic Chanty Marostica’s History Making Month

The Just For Laughs headliner and Sirius top comic winner talks about becoming the first trans person to earn those titles.


'Canada Is Higher Than Ever,' Today's Comic by Roberta Vázquez

Everyone is enjoying legal weed in this comic.


Screw It, Just Give Tommy Wiseau a Joker Movie Too

In his new 'Dark Knight' reenactment, he's tired, he's wasted, and he's proven once again that he's the only one for the role.


The Definitive Guide to Superhero Dicks

Is Superman circumcised? What about the Thing's thing? We answer all the questions you never had here.


A New Graphic Novel Explores the Pain of Childhood Stardom

In the 50s, Michael Kupperman's dad was the child star of a popular trivia show. Now the famed artist has chronicled that in the new book, 'All the Answers.'