In guest illustrator Jesse Balmer's episode of "The Blobby Boys," we find Kristoff fixated on a cigarette ad at 3:14 AM.
German cartoonist Anna Haifisch tells a tale of the Blobby Boys as tweens during the summer of 1998. They mostly spent their time indoors, at fat camp and in a cultural exchange programme.
Alex Schubert is MIA again this week. Filling in for him is comics legend Ron Regé, Jr. This week's comic has more political outrage then ever before seen in Fashion Cat.
Until Alex Schubert is returned by the kidnappers, his comic is being drawn by cartoonists praying for his safe return. This week, Matthew Houston captures the Boys as they try to do their taxes.
Blobby Boys cartoonist Alex Schubert is missing. Until we can confirm his death, well-wishing comic pals are filling in. This week's comic is by proud Canuck doodler, Patrick Kyle.
Until Alex Schubert returns from his secret vacation or his fetid corpse washes ashore, his comic will be taken over by guest cartoonists. This week, Noah Van Sciver drew a Blobby Boys tale about how terrible dogs are.
Alex Schubert is missing, so once again his comic will be drawn by a guest artist. This time, it's Steven "Ribs" Weissman.
This week, we flashback to Fashion Cat's horrible high school years.
Fashion Cat is sad and thinking about all his problems.
It's Christmas in Los Angeles, so Fashion Cat rides his motorcycle to the Observatory to meet with God.
Fashion Cat is sitting around busting on basics until he's confronted by the eternal question: "Am I, myself, a basic?"
Fashion Cat is a powerful and important artist who is a cat. This time around, Fashion Cat is having a nightmarish appearance on David Letterman.