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TOM THE DANCING BUG: Super-Fun-Pak Comix, feat. Percival Dunwoody and More!

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Super-Fun-Pak Comix features "The Dragon Who Breathed CO2," and MORE!!Read the rest

Hip Hop Family Tree: Prelude to Beat Street

Setting the cornerstones for the 1984 Hip Hop motion picture, Beat Street, in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip by Ed PiskorRead the rest

TOM THE DANCING BUG: "Is God-Man Good?"

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the question is put: Is God-Man a force for GOOD??Read the rest

Big Mouth: Single Moms

This was written by my mom, drawn up by me, and inked by my little brother Kelly.Read the rest

Hip Hop Family Tree: Beasties meet Russell Simmons

The second Def Jam release is imminent in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip by Ed Piskor.Read the rest

"Triumph of the Counterintuitive"

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Hollingsworth Hound explains the counterintuitive ways in which he wants to help the lower and middle classes (SPOILER ALERT: they all happen to do so by helping the wealthy first).Read the rest

Hip Hop Family Tree: Breakin' the movie

A short strip about the notorious feature film, Breakin' in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip by Ed Piskor.Read the rest

TOM THE DANCING BUG: My School Week of Magical Thinking

IN WHICH Louis finally settles on the one superstition that will drive him crazy.Read the rest

Hip Hop Family Tree: Odd Classics of 1984

This week's Hip Hop Family Tree covers some overlooked gems from rap music's past. By Ed PiskorRead the rest

Soccer Sharks [Street Angel 016]

After a devastating fall, things goes from bad to worse for our diminutive heroine. A local parish scrapes Jesse Sanchez's injured body off the street. Unfortunately, a local Satanic cult has declared war on this particular parish. Talk about out of the frying pan and into the fire! Also -- soccer sharks!?!Read the rest

Comic: The Life of Sitting Bull, as told by a 10-year-old

The story of the Hunkpapa Lakota holy man who united the Lakota tribes against betrayals by the US governmentRead the rest

Laugh at your deepest, darkest fears

Artist Fran Krause keeps one of the best Tumblrs ever, with cartoons of his own as well as anonymously submitted deep dark fears.

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The First Scientist

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the very first scientist very quickly is introduced to the second scientist.Read the rest

The Hip Hop Radio Station KDAY and Dr. Dre

The first 24/7 Hip Hop radio station, KDAY in LA plus Dr. Dre's involvement in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree by Ed PiskorRead the rest

Going Street to Hell [Street Angel 015]

Street Angel crashes through a window —plummeting to her death!?! Is this the beginning of an exciting new adventure, or the end of the line?Read the rest

TOM THE DANCING BUG: To Kill a Watchman

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the sequel to "To Kill a Mockingbird" is a dark 1980s graphic novel meditation on vigilantism and Cold War anxietiesRead the rest

Afrika Bambaataa Collaborates with James Brown and Johnny Rotten

This week's Hip Hop Family Strip is of David Bowie/Bing Crosby proportions. By Ed PiskorRead the rest

JOHN WILCOCK: Leaving the trial, I realized Kennedy had just been killed.

The Jan and Stan story concludes with one of the most discordant moments possible. From John Wilcock, New York Years.Read the rest

TOM THE DANCING BUG: Brian Williams, in "American Liar"

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Brian Williams finds himself in a fabricated account of the Iraq War.Read the rest

Rakim and Biz Markie

The next generation of Hip Hop All Stars are beginning to form in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip by Ed Piskor.Read the rest

No Girls Allowed (Street Angel 014)

Street Angel sneaks into a skate park and puts on a show.Read the rest

Street Angel 013: Prime Time

Street Angel watches TV and fights ninjas. Read the rest

JOHN WILCOCK: An Incident on Liberty Street

The tribute to Jan and Stan continues with a pornography arrest in New York's Financial District. A true life tale from John Wilcock, New York Years.Read the rest

TOM THE DANCING BUG: The Unicorn Whose Tears Were 1976 Ford Fiestas, and more Super-Fun-Pak Comix

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Super-Fun-Pak Comix features The Unicorn Whose Tears Were 1976 Ford Fiestas, and much, much, much moreRead the rest

Davy DMX, Influential Early Hip Hop Mega-Producer

The career of Davy DMX spans Hip Hop before Rap records up to his music being sampled today by a new generation of artists. He's the focus of this week's Hip Hop Family Tree by Ed PiskorRead the rest

Street Angel: That Explains Everything!

Can Jesse and Inti strike a deal or is Angel City stuck with Cortez and his time-displaced crew of Conquistadors? Will Cosmick realize where he is before it's too late? Find out in the stunning conclusion of Inca Dinka Doom! Read the rest

JOHN WILCOCK: My First Orgy

It's the Sixties now! - with John's first oily encounter with group sex. Part 1/3 of a serialized encounter from John Wilcock, New York Years.Read the rest

TOM THE DANCING BUG: A Patriotic Debate

In this week's comic, a Patriotic Debate breaks out.Read the rest

Schoolly D: Inventor of Gangster Rap

This week's Hip Hop Family Tree covers Gangster Boogie by Schoolly D, an influential artist who inspired the west coast direction spearheaded by Ice T and NWA.Read the rest

Ninjas vs. Pirates

Angel City's streets explode when ninjas and pirates clash!Read the rest