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Check out a brand new interview with mini-comics master Brandon Lehmann.


Pacific NW comics artist James Stanton talks about his Gnartooon comic and other things.

Punk comic strip artist Ben Snakepit talks about creating a daily strip over the decades.

Horror graphic novelist Corrine Halbert describes her artistic background and shares her favorite horror films.

The dynamic due behind the Santos Sisters Greg & Fake discuess their humble beginning and how the met writer and collaborator Marc Koprinarov.

Comics creator Desmond Reed talks about his favorite band (and ours, The Cola Pop Creemees.

From the Archives

Derf Backderf talks about his graphic novel about his famous-for-the-wrong-reasons high school friend, Jeffrey Dahmer.

Box Brown created graphic novels about pop culture pioneers like Andy Kaufman and Andrew the Giant and was gracious enough to talk to me about his process.

Jeffrey Brown makes killers robots downright adorable. I found out a bit about his influences that are not Star Wars.

Indie-comics-hero-turned-kids-comics-hero, Jef Czekaj, explains just how in the hell you pronounce his name (spoiler alert: it's check-eye).

I became aware of Simon Gane's work when we used to trade zines accross the pond way back in the day. I was finall able to track him down and interogate him.

Andrew Maclean sure knows how to lop a head off a gnarly troll-looking dude. Or, I should say, he knows how to draw a dude who knows hot to lop a head of a... you get the idea.

One of the masterminds behind the cult hit Henry and Glenn Forever comics, Tom Neely got plenty of love for other projects too.

Ed Piskor likes delving into the histroy of things like hacking and hip hop then doing creating graphic novels out of what he find.

Mimi Pond has been sending ripples and making waves in comics for about five decades now. I asked her about her recent autobiographical work.

The king of King-Cat Comics, John Porcellino talked about his long-running comic King-Cat, of course.

Jesse Reklaw and I go way back in the underground zine/comic publishing world and I finally got to ask him a bit about his backstory.

For a truly bizarre experience, check out Hans Rickheit comics. They'll make you feel a little weird in a really great way. I learned a little more about why that is.

Always read Reglar Wiglar


Henry & Glen Forever by the Igloo Tornado Collective

Henry & Glen Forever & Ever by Various Artists

Henry & Glen Forever & Ever: The Ridiculous Edition by Various Artists

Incredible Change-Bots Part 2 by Jeffrey Brown

Cyclical by Shia LaBeouf

King-Cat #72 by John Porcellino

King-Cat #73 by John Porcellino

The Hospital Suite by John Porcellino

From Lonesome Mountain by John Porcellino

The Customer is Always Wrong by Mimi Pond

Everything Dies #7 by Box Brown

Boy's Club by Matt Furie

Chicago: A Comix Memoir by Glenn Head

Mooncop by Tom Gauld

Tetris: The Games People Play by Box Brown

The Customer is Always Wrong by Mimi Pond

Harvey Pekar's Cleveland by Harvey Pekar & Joseph Remnant

Prison Pit #4 by Johnny Ryan

God is Disappointed in You by Mark Russell with Shannon Wheeler

Apocrypha Now by Mark Russell with Shannon Wheeler

A Matter of Life by Jeffrey Brown

My Friend Dahmer by Derf Backderf

Trashed by Derf Backderf

Newave!: The Underground Minicomix of the 1980s edited by Michael Dowers

Taint the Meat, It's the Humanity by Jack Davis & Al Feldstein

Treasury of Mini Comics Vol. 1 edited by Michael Dowers

WIZZYWIG by Ed Piskor

Buddy Buys a Dump by Peter Bagge

Celebrated Summer by Charles Forsman

Couch Tag by Jesse Reklaw

Snake Pit Gets Old by Ben Snakepit

Woody Guthrie & the Dust Bowl Ballads by Nick Hayes

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After while crocodile


Lexicon Devil: The Fast Times and Short Life of Darby Crash and the Germs by Brendan Mullen, Don Bolles, and Adam Parfrey

MAD Magazine #505 by the Usual Gang of Idiots

Cometbus #54: In China with Green Day by Aaron Cometbus

Devastator #4 by Various

East Village Inky #48 by Ayun Halliday

The Comics Journal #301 Publisher Gary Groth

Why We Drive: The Past, Present, and Future of Automobiles in America by Andy Singer

The Art of Atari by Tim Lapetino

Lou Reed by Anthony DeCurtis

Moving Target: The History and Evolution of Green Arrow by Richard Gray

The Essential Carl Mahogany by Zach Boddicker

Under the Radar: Notes from the Underground Mushroom Trade by Olivier Matthon

Roctober #48-#50 Edited/Published by Jake Austen

Three Books on Dungeons & Dragons by Various

Three Zines About Riding Trains by Various

Three Zines About Food & Drink by Various

Two Zines from the Scene History Series by Various

Three Zines by Joe Biel 

Xerography Debt four reviews

Simple History six reviews

Three reviews of Rad Dad by Tomas Moniz

Three Zines by Adam Gnade 

Three Zines by Al Burian

Two Zines by Katie Haegele

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