Tetragrammaton Fragments is the clubzine/newsletter of the United Fanzine Organization, a long-running small press co-op. It offers some good insight into the group with member columns, club business, reviews of member publications and more. This iss
Newest entries at the Comic Zine Database include 15 late '80s minicomics published by David Lee Ingersoll. These entries were created from hard copies donated by the author.
Only 50 or so entries until we're at 15,000!
Joe Bagdon makes his return to small press comics! It's a sci-fi/fantasy/superhero anthology comic that recalls the Golden Age of comics (as well as fanzines) in a sharp, nicely-designed mini package. Joe's looking for collaborators and has a big pro
"For the next week, all proceeds from Birdcage Bottom Books publications will be donated to the ACLU. The artists will still receive royalties on their comics. Please note that we are also a distro and cannot make decisions
There is a photo of Wally Wood I remember , him sitting in a chair surrounded by his stuff , taken by friend Peter Hsu..then as I was looking for it ,I thought ,Hey ..you know whats missing from this site? Peter Hsu
Hollow Press in Italy has a few new items in the works including:
Last summer, I was camping in Yellowstone National Park. A bison walked through the campgrounds and went to sleep for the evening in the neighboring campsite. I went down to the ranger station and told them I was a little concerned and didn't think I
This package arrived a little while ago but, if Floyd is out of anything here, I bet he's got plenty more to substitute. He seems to have a constant stream of new minis coming out!
Something he does that's very old school is just reprint stuff he li
I am still printing old as well as new. ...but no free comic book day this year ..no cons..but about some of the old..
These are fun. I especially like the 'I Love Music' Book, which is like a tiny children's book that nicely illustrates the various ways music can be a part of our lives. It'd be a great little gift for the kids in your life.
Both of these are availa
From the MICE website:
Every year, The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo awards outstanding new mini-comics with MICE Mini-Grants to help offset print and production costs. This year, we want to do even more to give back and support all you tal
Relatively recent releases from Henry and Fafá Jaepelt include: Discos (a comics anthology about music and records both real and imagined), Catzine #4 (you guessed it, a cat-centric comics anthology), Encrucijada #2 (comics and art from Latin Americ
Alan Sissom's reviewzine is kind of a spotlight vehicle where each title gets a whole page (mini-sized though it may be). You get a cover repro, ordering info and some impressions. I like it and any print zine pushing other print zines is okay in my
The new Not My Small Diary is here! This is Delaine Derry Green's autobiographical comics anthology that's always been good but somehow continues to improve with each issue. This volume's theme is "The Power of Music" and 54 artists tackle the subjec
Brand new from Steve Keeter is the revival of his comics anthology that last saw print 14 years ago. This is a sharp issue with some fantastic (and somewhat surreal) single pages by Larry Blake, a Horseman two-pager (also pretty surreal) by Larry Jo
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