From ass-eating goblins to sea creatures in a struggling relationship, we peek into the twisted minds of some of the most outrageous (and talented) webcomic artists working today.
The internet is pretty much a festering cesspool of anger, outrage and depression, but every once in a while, artists come along and create hilarious, off the wall and sometimes “what the fuck”-inducing cartoons to help us laugh through the misery.
From ass-eating goblins to cooking with cum and even sea creatures in a struggling relationship, I had the immense honor of interviewing some of the funniest, talented (and occasionally disturbing) comic strip artists currently gracing the web with their content. Strap in and hold on; these aren’t your grandpa’s funnies!
HUSTLERMagazine.com: You’re pretty damn hilarious and talented! When did you first begin your comic strip?
Zach M. Stafford (Extra Fabulous): You are too kind, Missy Martinez. I first began drawing the comics 11 or 12 years ago. My marriage immediately fell apart and I lived in my car for a while. I traveled the country and had very cool adventures!
Beetle Moses: Thank you very much; I get it all from my bubbie. I’ve been drawing all my life, but only really started posting my comics online in the last year.
Alex Hood (Haus of Decline): Thank you! I appreciate the compliment as well as the interview! I’ve been doodling all my life. I did comics for my high school newspaper, but I didn’t start practicing it with any regularity until the pandemic hit, and I wanted a creative project to stave off the boredom. So I started doing these dreadful, over-detailed political cartoons in 2021. They weren’t funny. My takes were bad. But I enjoyed putting creative stuff out there. I started doing the comics I’m most known for now at the start of 2022, after coming to a personal reckoning and realizing that what I genuinely found to be the most funny was crude, base bodily humor.