Andy Warhol's early silent film and its connection to alcoholism, gossip, and Willard Maas' The Mechanics of Love.
Introducing the baddest ladies of rap to the Hip Hop Family Tree in this week's strip. Spinderella comes later. More than one Spinderella, actually. Stay tuned.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the Wildlife Naming Fund takes the legacy of Cecil the Lion and protects animals by naming every single one.
Chapter Eight of the John Wilcock comic begins on Boing Boing. (Catch up on previous installments here
A famous phrase in rap and pop culture gets that way thanks to the help of a terrible tragedy explained in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree (Yes, we know the record existed before the events).
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Penelope Smythe of Chagrin Falls, USA, is chosen to be a lucky sacrifice to our worship of The Second Amendment!
This conflict exacerbated into a major tragedy that also popularized a famous, existing Hip Hop chant. The prelude in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Bill Cosby's Fat Albert learns an important lesson about improper behavior on a date.
… and keeps all the money
IN WHICH master sleuth Donald Trump investigates why all those illegal immigrants are coming to the U.S.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Judge Scalia channels the Constitution's Framers to deliver his own two-fisted brand of jurisprudence!
Celebrating the first Beastie Boys Rap Record from Def Jam, rarely heard because of the prominent AC/DC sample.
In the early 80s the LAPD would drive tanks through homes suspected of being crack dens. Batterram was Toddy Tee's rap response to this moment in history.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the true history of the Confederate flag is revealed. And it's all about Culture and Heritage!
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Super-Fun-Pak Comix features Percival Dunwoody, Chaos Butterfly, Marital Mirth and more!
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH your Global Corporatocracy commands you to shut up, accept the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and await further instructions.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the unbridled powers of cartoonists are properly reined in.