Are we living in the Brave New World or 1984? This comic shows you which and why.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 27th 2009 (12:14am)
I loves me some Jack Chick tracts... but I love Jack Chick tract parodies even more.
By: dave
Friday, Oct 9th 2009 (12:17am)
If you're a fan of the Super Friends, you'll no doubt enjoy this excerpt from Zan's (the 'form of' half of the Wonder Twins) personal journal.
By: dave
Thursday, Jul 9th 2009 (7:27am) | Thanks: topless robot
If you grew up on MAD magazines like I did, you're well familiar with the majestic works of Don Martin, master of the onomatopoeia. If you missed out on his genius, fret not - here is an exhaustive glossary of Don Martin's sound effects, cross-referenced by issue date and page number.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jul 7th 2009 (6:03am)
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If you need your funnies cut with harsh existentialism, the Nietzsche Family Circus will keep you busy for days.
By: dave
Friday, Jun 5th 2009 (12:19am)
In Frank Miller's hands, Peanuts becomes something else entirely.
By: dave
Wednesday, Mar 11th 2009 (5:07am)
...because everything you need to know about World War II is handily illustrated right here.
By: dave
Wednesday, Mar 4th 2009 (4:06am) | Thanks: mefi
That's right. Jesus.
By: dave
Thursday, Feb 5th 2009 (12:06am)
I was originally going to file under WTF... Obama to star in Spider-Man comic
By: FuzzyBunnySlippers
Friday, Jan 9th 2009 (9:57am)
Think Chick tracts are as cool as it gets in the arena of pushy religious comics?

Not even close. Behold the Crusaders.
By: dave
Tuesday, Dec 2nd 2008 (12:12am)
Terror: It's not just for breakfast anymore.
By: dave
Friday, Aug 29th 2008 (12:08am)
Here's 10 reasons why it would be great to date one. Also check out the 9 reasons NOT to date a T-Rex at the bottom.
By: dave
Tuesday, Aug 5th 2008 (12:41pm) | Thanks: ben
Artist Donald Soffritti has put together a collection of your favorite super heroes as they'd look in their waning years. Excellent.
By: dave
Thursday, May 15th 2008 (6:02am)
After far too long of an absence, Evan Dorkin's Milk and Cheese surfaces again, of all places, on Dark Horse's myspace. Rawk.
By: dave
Friday, May 9th 2008 (12:11am) | Thanks: topless robot
It used to be the only way you could experience the mind-numbing horror of working at the OG was to get a job there. Thankfully, one of their previous employees was a cartoonist, so now you can cut out the middleman and read about it while at some OTHER mind-numbing job.
By: dave
Thursday, Apr 3rd 2008 (5:28am)
Doonesbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau will be taking a 12-week vacation from his comic, Universal Press Syndicate announced this afternoon.
By: Mr._Dog
Tuesday, Mar 25th 2008 (5:42am)
Enter a world of isolated madness when you take Garfield out of the equation.
By: dave
Wednesday, Feb 27th 2008 (3:27am)
Meet the stereotypist, who will answer your questions in comic form.
By: dave
Friday, Nov 30th 2007 (5:53am)
Back in 1973, MAD Magazine set its sights on Kubrick's masterstroke, A Clockwork Orange.

Thanks to the intarwebs, you can still enjoy it in 2007 without dishing out a pile of loot for the back ish.
By: dave
Thursday, Nov 1st 2007 (6:58am)
By: timmy242
Friday, Oct 26th 2007 (1:40pm)
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You never really realize how many people take a shot to the nads in comics until someone starts compiling a collection.
By: dave
Wednesday, Oct 24th 2007 (6:00am)
You can now get 1200 pages of Don Martin's work from MAD Magazine, hardbound and slipcased in this swanky 2-volume set.
By: dave
Friday, Oct 19th 2007 (4:48am)
I somehow knew Jesus was just alright with me!
By: timmy242
Friday, Sep 7th 2007 (9:36am)
Many newspapers refused to publish his Opus comic strip yesterday, for fear of offending adherents of the Religion of Peace.
By: boho-daddy
Monday, Aug 27th 2007 (10:47am)

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