You can tell everyone involved is just trying to support each other and have fun doing it, and that message is displayed loud and clear.
A self-published collection of random brain fragments that’ve leaked onto paper.
Making friends with the undead all in one mini-comic.
Hessians and rippers rejoice, your favorite skate zine has a new issue.
“It’s my thrill to find that weird, obscure little title.”
Awkward hook-ups, creepy blind dates, and STDs are only a few things you’ll find in this collection.
Up-and-coming art zine that could benefit from being a bit fuller.
Whether your sacrificial inclinations are human or animal, this easy-to-follow guide will have you trolling the neighborhood for victims in no time.
A look at zines, mini-comics, and alternative press in the city that revolutionized the scene.
Like one of those music festivals with eight different stages, Litcrawl is one of those events where you’re guaranteed to miss something.
A fun zine all about catchy some z’s.
Some of the Bay Area’s most infamous punks spill their guts with tales of chaos, destruction, and debauchery.
A genuinely original project, for a few bucks it’s a hell of a lot better for you than a pack of smokes.
Vollmann read an excerpt from the book detailing a dangerous rafting trip down a toxic river on the border, one which migrants have used for crossings and one which many have died in.
The main character goes from being a tired office worker to a sasquatch-esque forest dweller; a bald businessman to a hairy woodsman.
Imagine hitting up a Texas BBQ joint to query patrons about the meaning of beauty over ribs and collards. How about rapping with lingerie retailers in Missouri about orgasms and Darwin?
The issue opens with the delights of KRS-One weaved into a contemplation of Jesus, not prepping us for the hilarious trendiness (i.e. hipster Christians, fish ale bumper stickers, etc.) in the stories that follow.
“Every now and again you run across a person that could have been pulled directly from an old Tom Waits song.”
Neely’s comically macabre illustrations are amazing and the sporadic bubbles of Melvins lyrics are thrown in just the right places.
Everybody is awkward at sixteen, and nobody else is more capable of putting that on the page than Cotsirilos.
Three quirky pieces dealing with major or minor struggles and outcomes that lead me to believe that nothing matters but the fact that you can look back and laugh at the hilarious journeys taken to otherwise non-notable destinations.
This skate/lifestyle zine is dedicated to shredders and hessians everywhere.