On the Internet, five years is forever.
On May 28, 2015 by Miles Klee
9GAG wouldn't like The Oatmeal when he's mad.
On Oct 1, 2013 by Michelle Jaworski
Here's the moment we've all been waiting for: the money shot.
On Jul 10, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
After 23 days, attorney Charles Carreon has dropped his lawsuit against popular webcomic creator Matthew Inman, leaving Inman free to distribute over $200,000 to charity.
On Jul 4, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
The empowerment created by the Internet can expose our finer instincts—on both ends of the spectrum.
On Jun 21, 2012 by Nicholas White
Matthew Inman makes a plea for sanity to Charles Carreon, the lawyer who's currently suing him, and asks The Oatmeal fans to leave Carreon alone.
On Jun 20, 2012 by Jordan Valinsky
Part of Carreon's case hinges on The Oatmeal's supposed pterodactyl alter ego, and that's not even the best part.
On Jun 18, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
Attorney Charles Carreon files a lawsuit to make sure Oatmeal creator Matthew Inman and crowdfunding site Indiegogo don't profit from Inman's popular fundraiser.
Attorney Charles Carreon disappeared from the Internet after threatening to shut down cartoonist Matthew "The Oatmeal" Inman's fundraiser.
On Jun 14, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
After being threatened with a $20,000 lawsuit by rival site FunnyJunk, The Oatmeal creator Matthew Inman responded with a sprawlling webcomic and charitable campaign.
On Jun 11, 2012 by Jordan Valinsky