The Dopest Comics for Stoners—and a Fantagraphics 420 Sale!

In honor of this highest of holidays, we’re offering you 20% off our dopest books! We’ve gathered a selection of the best comics to read while high and we encourage you to indulge (responsibly)—you can find some of our choicest weed-reads (and recommended cannabis pairings) below, but check out the full sale list here!

The sale runs from midnight 4/20/2022 to 11:59 PM—take advantage of this deal on our best comics for stoners while you can!

The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers: The Idiots Abroad and Other Follies by Gilbert Shelton and Paul Mavrides

You can’t go wrong with a classic! We suggest pairing this collection of the most iconic and enduring underground comix characters ever created and their cannabis-fueled adventures with Purple Haze, a sativa strain popularized by the Jimi Hendrix song of the same name. Groovy!

Megg & Mogg In Amsterdam (And Other Stories) by Simon Hanselmann

This classic Megg and Mogg adventure has everything: laughs! Thrills! Drugs! Freakouts! Amsterdam! For the experienced consumer, we suggest enjoying this collection with something uplifting like Gelato, an indica-sativa hybrid that promises feelings of euphoria and relaxation.

Mindviscosity by Matt Furie

Feel like getting weird with it? Pair Matt Furie’s unsettling collection of eerie and fantastical imaginary creatures with Amnesia Haze, a pleasant, citrusy sativa with a reputation for triggering psychedelic effects!

Cheech Wizard’s Book of Me by Vaughn Bodé

Speaking of psychedelic, have you pored over the Cheech Wizard omnibus yet? If you’re in the mood for creative inspiration, pair this trippy comic collection with popular cerebral sativa strain Sour Diesel!

Crashpad by Gary Panter

Crashpad is an homage both to Panter’s first trip to a head shop back in 1968 and the way it expanded his mind to the possibilities of psychedelic art and music, analog crafts and drug culture, and to underground comics creators such as Zap’s R. Crumb, Victor Moscoso, Robert Williams, and other icons of that era. Pair this mind-boggling modern classic with the aggressively-named (but actually very mellow) sativa-dominant hybrid strain AK-47 for a far-out adventure!

What are your favorite comics to read when high? Shout them out in the comments section!