It's that time again: Humanoid Language Week. Is Human a dying language? Do humans have it too easy?
Writer and illustrator Toby Morris finally answers a question that's been keeping him up at night.
The Peach Teats billboard is a legitimate cult classic. Toby Morris meets the artist responsible for State Highway 1's favourite cheeky calf.
The Spinoff geopolitical-science panel is assessing the progress of the historic talks between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and his American counterpart, President Donald Trump, as it happens
Yesterday's Al Nisbet cartoon attacking the #metoo movement unwittingly drew Toby Morris' attention to a different problem: the very specific demographic drawing cartoons in our daily newspapers.
Desperate to escape the high-summer hell of the Spinoff's non-air conditioned office, Toby Morris spends four hours trying to get some work done onboard the blissfully chilly Outer Link bus.
Christmas is a time for getting together with family. But there's just one problem: he's gonna to say it. You know he's gonna say it. Or she'll say it. So what do you?
All week this Christmas week we count down the six best books of 2017. Number two: Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, reviewed by Spinoff cartoonist Toby Morris.
From Paddles the cat to Donald Trump, the Spinoff's cartoonist tallies up the faces that he most often drew through the year. There's probably an old saying that goes the quickest â€¦
It seems our neighbours have something to explain. Toby Morris presents a look at the history of Australian Offshore Immigration Detention, narrated by Australia itself.
Following the success of Thor Ragnorok, Toby Morris looks at other Hollywood franchises that Taika Waititi could improve.
We're hugely excited to announce that artist and writer Toby Morris is the latest addition to team Spinoff. Below, the Pencilsword creator (and one half of op-ed duo Toby & Toby, along with Spinoff veteran Toby Manhire) introduces his new project. But first, editor Duncan Greive welcomes him aboard.