Hit the road and head for cover.
Its not every day you read a comic with the phrase “F**k you Virgil! I read your book and it sucks.”
Food politics, urban blight, and the new trendy eco pseudo-revolution in San Francisco are the main highlights in this mini comic.
Don’t ask me what’s up with the title, I still haven’t figured it out…
A spunky lil’ zine with enough party hardy attitude to last a week full of all-nighters.
There’s a lot more to Oregon than just Portland.
It’s like an acid trip you can read.
Miss Potter is a frustrated pro-choice Christian-raised graduate student with a misconceived Impostor Complex.
The down side to massive mammaries.
The art and design from cover to cover flies off the page, filled with illuminating collages and a gritty eye for detail that would make any Xerox jockey salivate.
Cut the top of your head off, and insert vibrating dildos. Yes…this comic has it all.
No more pencils, no more books, no more teacher’s…secret code?! One instructor looks to take on the NY school system in this eye-opening zine.
Sweet home Alabama my ass (or Courtney Barbour’s, if you want to get all technical).
A comic where your internal organs are also supporting cast members. Need I say more?
An existential battle of epic proportions.
Virginia ain’t exactly anarchist central, but at least one zinester’s trying to keep it strong.
What happens when you live in Humboldt county, like to play rock music, and also enjoy the presence of creepy crawlers? You get Manilapede!
A snapshot of the ups and downs of trying to keep art and a free thinking alive in Kansas City.
Bike seats aren’t the only thing getting adjusted in this latest installment of the Perfect Mix Tape series.
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.