What do you get when you combine professional athletes with consequence-free violence? The NFL offseason. Or this goofy basketball game where pantsing is encouraged more than passing.
When end-stage Peggle Fever kicks in, the fun is just beginning.
Princess Zelda has been abducted, and a young hero named Link must step over the corpse of his still-living uncle to fulfill his destiny as a hero.
When the chips are down and women are being punched in the stomach, two men of destiny will emerge from a mechanic shop with enough poofy hair to save the day. Enter the Double Dragon.
Spore might have been overhyped, but this strip will change your life in profound ways because it is without question the greatest comic in the history of sequential art.
A rumination on kicking, swine in positions of power, and the dangers of steroids.
50 Cent faces a force that's infinitely more formidable than an active battlefield and leagues of terrorists: His personal assistant.
If two pastel ghosts with no mouths discuss existential issues in an empty arcade, will it make a sound?
When the fate of the world depends upon a feral dog's ability to learn complex painting techniques, the world is probably not worth saving.
Marcus Fenix and Augustus Cole: Grizzled killers. Weightlifting buddies. Curse word connoisseurs. Dumbasses.
The second installment of JTH catches up with Bionic Commando's Rad Spencer as he faces off against Master D. Two men enter. One man has a difficult time getting past airport security's metal detector.
The first installment of Joystick Token Healthpack, an ongoing webcomic without sassy gamers and their inhuman sidekicks/girlfriends. Each strip takes place inside a different game, sometimes with different jokes.