Roxy Drew illustrates how much more exciting human sex would be if we did it like giraffes, slugs, daisies, and fungus. SFW.
By: dave
Tuesday, Mar 6th 2012 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
It always seemed like the series was lacking... something. I think these guys have hit upon the missing element.
By: dave
Thursday, Dec 22nd 2011 (12:04am) | Thanks: mefi
Of course it's just a chemical reaction.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Oct 5th 2011 (4:43am)
Artist Steve Ellis and writer Fred Van Lente created this strip as a mini-comic for the 2000 Small Press Expo in Bethesda, Maryland. This is its first appearance on-line. Enjoy!
By: dave
Tuesday, Sep 27th 2011 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
In 1944, the Coast Guard set up a LORAN station on remote St. Matthew Island. While doing this, they brought 29 reindeer to the island. What could possibly go wrong?
By: dave
Tuesday, Sep 20th 2011 (12:01am)
...ever wonder what a Jaws/Peanuts mashup would be like? Wonder no more!
By: dave
Tuesday, Aug 9th 2011 (5:13am) | Thanks: neatorama
This little gem will make you think twice when the boss buzzes your line.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Jul 18th 2011 (8:07am) | Thanks: Miss C
The man behind the Bowlful of Happiness was Harold von Braunhut, who produced a lot of bizarreness besides sea monkeys. Reminisce about some of his other comic book ads here.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Jul 5th 2011 (10:24am)
By: dave
Friday, May 20th 2011 (12:05am)
FYI: When you take the last panel off a Peanuts strip, it becomes gloomy and depressing.
By: dave
Tuesday, Mar 29th 2011 (4:52am) | Thanks: mefi
Not only do you get to read about how the She-Hulk turned this kid against religion, the story is augmented with some panels from great 3-D shill comics from the 70's. Grab your pair of red/blues and go to town.
By: dave
Monday, Mar 21st 2011 (12:05am)
I'm pretty sure you've heard all the hullabaloo about Charlie Sheen lately... but just in case you haven't, you can puzzle together a pretty good picture of what's going on there via banal family comics with his recent quotes applied to them.
By: dave
Friday, Mar 4th 2011 (5:40am)
After yesterday's news that DC Comics was dropping the Comics Code, leaving Archie the last surviving member of the Comics Code Authority... comes word that Archie has also dropped the Code, starting with books on sale in February.

It's over. An era of censorship draws to a close. The comics code is indeed dead.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 24th 2011 (12:00am)
Picture in your mind the most insane possible story that could be contained in a book named Steampunk Palin. Go ahead, take ten seconds or so to imagine it perfectly in your mind's eye. Use this cover image for help.
By: dave
Friday, Jan 21st 2011 (4:51am)
In a seriously disturbing week of strips, Jim Davis posits that Garfield is actually living alone in an abandoned ramshackle house, and his circle of friends are merely the delirious product of a tortured soul starving to death. Happy weekend, everyone!
By: dave
Friday, Dec 10th 2010 (7:10am) | Thanks: reddit
My mom baked the most fantastic cake for my grandfather's 73rd birthday party. The cake was slathered in impossibly thick frosting and topped with an assortment of delightful creatures which my mom crafted out of mini-marshmallows and toothpicks. To a four-year-old child, it was a thing of wonder - half toy, half cake and all glorious possibility.

But my mom knew that it was extremely important to keep the cake away from me because she knew that if I was allowed even a tiny amount of sugar, not only would I become intensely hyperactive, but the entire scope of my existence would funnel down to the singular goal of obtaining and ingesting more sugar.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 22nd 2010 (12:00am)
B. Kliban has long been one of my favorite comic artists, and when I was younger all his little books held an honored spot on my bookshelves. That collection has since dwindled, but fortunately there's this nice little gallery of some of his panels.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 5th 2010 (6:07am) | Thanks: blort
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By: dave
Tuesday, Sep 14th 2010 (4:30am) | Thanks: boingboing
Ace reporter Lois Lane bridges the racial gap by having Superman make her black for an expose' on the slums of Metropolis.
By: dave
Friday, Jun 25th 2010 (12:08am) | Thanks: daily what
No more! Man comics prove that you can read comic books AND be mantastic!
By: Mr._Dog
Saturday, Jun 5th 2010 (3:34pm)
It was recently theorized that all New Yorker cartoons could be captioned with "Christ, what an asshole" without compromising their comedic value.

I discovered this is true of virtually all comics, old and new.
By: dave
Wednesday, Apr 21st 2010 (5:39am)
Bill Watterson, reclusive creator of Calvin and Hobbes, doesn't talk to the press much - in fact, this here interview is believed to be his first since the 80's.
By: dave
Tuesday, Feb 2nd 2010 (4:52am)
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XKCD has peeled off a poignant and tremendously sad strip about the Mars rover that made my face rain. As always with XKCD, be sure to read the hover/alt text on the image for a final devastating shot.
By: dave
Monday, Feb 1st 2010 (4:20am)
Here's a great collection of scans from Crumb's sketchbook series. I had one volume (autographed!) that we lost in the fire years back, and always regretted not replacing it. If you have a chance to pick any of these up, do. They're fantastic.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 18th 2010 (4:58am)

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