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!
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 ..
Since 2002, Stolen Sharpie Revolution: a DIY Resource for Zines and Zine Culture has been the go-to guide for all things zine-related. This little red book is stuffed with information about zines. Things you may know, stuff you don't know and even stuff you didn't know you didn't know! S..
Queer Flagging 101: How to signal the sex you want using the hanky code.
You *know* that cutie with the red bandana around their neck is wearing that hanky on purpose—but WHY!? This zine will break it down for ya!..
by Ben Passmore
From the publisher Silver Sprocket
Ben Passmore's necessary contribution to the dialogue around race in the United States, Your Black Friend is a letter from your black friend to you about race, racism, friendship and alienation.
The revised print edition of the Your Bla..
In Your Black Friend and Other Strangers, Ben Passmore masterfully tackles comics about race, gentrification, the prison system, online dating, gross punks, bad street art, kung fu movie references, beating up God, and lots of other grown-up stuff with refreshing doses of humor and lived relatabilit..