Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH you do not want to cross the most dangerous gang in prison!
The rap group's second album on the road to their massive success is covered in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH young Muslim Americans are given instructions for making a clock.
It is sometimes asked whether or not women wearing makeup is "deceitful" or "unfair" to heterosexual men—a way of "lying" about their beauty, rather than a personal aesthetic choice not so different from deciding to wear flattering clothes. In a wonderful series of comics on Tumblr, Megan Nicole Dong examines what it would really look like for men to be "deceived" by makeup. Read the rest
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH National Geographic Magazine, newly purchased by Fox, finally gets Science right!
Is Andy Warhol's eight-hour film a supreme act of considered minimalism, or one of the 20th century's most notorious art pranks?
Tom the Dancing Bug IN WHICH Super-Fun-Pak Comix features Bob's Secrets, Stupid Stupid Comics for Morons and MUCH MUCH MORE!
This week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip is about the man who created gangster rap.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH consciousness makes the human the only animal that can be the master of its own destiny.
A severe car crash prompts Ice T to rethink his life situation leading to choosing either the criminal life, or to roll the dice and take the music business seriously.
A cameo-filled page from John Wilcock, New York Years. With Ed Sanders' Arts Magazine, Edie Sedgwick arriving in NYC, and Nico fainting on stage.
With Lyndon Johnson's expansion of the Vietnam War in the 1960s, U.S. counterculture finds itself more involved in politics, aggressive pranks, and anti-war protest.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH God-Man must do epic battle with Captain Blasphemy, while minor character God-Girl makes an appearance.
Building DJ Marley Marl's rap stable with one more emcee on the road to creating the legendary "Juice Crew" in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Dr. Seuss's new book, Which Pie Should I Buy, is based on a long-lost "manuscript"!
The original Warhol Factory
was located next to the local YMCA, with an easy view inside of exercising gymnasts - and other personal recollections from 1964.