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"ABO Comix Edition I is an anthology of stories created by queer and trans prisoners detailing life on the inside. We have collected 26 stories unlike any comic anthology you have read before, both from accomplished cartoonists and first time doodlers. The ABO Comix anth..
Add Toner brings together classic, out of print issues of Cometbus magazine, including 'Lanky' (a novella), 'Back to the Land' (an oral history of the children of hippie homesteaders) plus sixty other interviews and short stories. The text is lovingly handwritten, interspersed with b..
Punk rock adventure comics by Liz Prince, creator of Alone Forever, Tomboy, and Will You Still Love Me If I Wet The Bed?
Often humorous, sometimes poignant, and almost always embarrassing, these autobiographical stories are an essential addition to your LIZ-brary. Enjoy!
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At the crossroads of #MeToo, #HexthePatriarchy, and the increasingly vocal feminist and LGBTQ+ movements comes a highly readable and moving collection of writingsThe difference between the witch and the layperson is that a witch already knows they are powerful. The layperson ma..
With this second collection of comic strips after the critically-acclaimed Will You Still Love Me If I Wet The Bed?, Liz Prince continues to explore the intimacy of the couple, while at the same time revealing snippets of her life as a young cartoonist. Sentimental and humorous, these little gems of..
If you are looking for a great gift for a fierce femme friend or yourself, this would be an excellent choice!
"The bold, colorful ways in which Woodall explores domestic violence, street harassment, and gender expression are wonderful, if at times painful. This book hits home because it does..
I love Isy and I love her comic zine, Moregenmuffel! Isy has been documenting her life as a comic for years and years. Her comics include travel adventrues, vegan cooking for the masses, list of thinged hated by her and guest hate lists! This one dates from 2007 and has stories from cooking cooking ..
Boing Boing raves “I love Michael Sweater’s collection of 60 darlingly ironic and awful comics.”
Revel in shades of Gary Larson’s subversive cute animal absurdism, Matt Groening’s bone-dry deadpan, and Bill Watterson’s pre-adult philoso..
The stand-alone follow up to Michael Sweater's cult hit Please Destroy My Enemies that BoingBoing called "darlingly ironic and awful" is now available!
Featuring such new characters as Karate Dad, man who hates computers, and the feral girl. This book ..
In this issue, Steve reviews and draws 16 horror movies (and one podcast) that he watched during October 2017. Titles include the following -
- The Ash Tree (1975).
- Nightmares in a damaged brain (1981).
- Dead of night : 'The Exorcism' (1972).
- House on Haunted Hill (1959).
Steve's art is amazingly detailed and brings to life the stories he tells in this issue of his zine. Steve writes about going to a zine fest in Dusseldorf, Germany. Although he and his travel mate run into some issues (she gets sick and has to return home early) and Steve only sells 9 zines..