A Light that Never Goes out by Jonas and Julia Eff
This is the most existential zine I've read in a long time.
Soon Jonas will have some very serious surgery and in this zine he reflects on that. This zine has sharp edges of humor and knowing nods to how hard life can be and the recognition of rough roads traveled in the faces and bodies of others. There's a lot of talk of ghosts and the impermanence of things all the while cherishing what is dear and what is worthy of connection.
Julia Eff's side is more dark musings on fears and repetition searching for coping mechanisms. There is reflection on those that have died and what experiences and stories that vanished. This writing is about just wanting everything to stop hurting, mental health, and the struggle of existing.