comics, zines, and crazies.


"Sky in Stereo"

by Mardou

An introspective teenager rebels against her fractured home life in this story of drugs, young love and losing it. Iris is turning eighteen and has turned her back on her religious, fractured home life. After her first sexual awakening sours, Iris searches for meaning and solace in drugs, music and literature and starts losing her grip on reality in this sharply observed graphic novel.

180 pages, B&W 



"Hawd Tales #2"   

by T. Limbs

Guy Albino’s 26 children have come home to roost. Raised by cave C.H.U.D.S, they have vowed to mutilate and dismember their surface-dwelling deadbeat dad. Meanwhile, DJ Jesse dot-com is trapped in the janitor's closet at McFuneral's People Parlor with DJ Brownfinger. All this and more in the next fearsome issue of Hawd Tales, the provocative masterwork of Mister T. Limbs

32 pages, B&W




"Ritual #3:  Vile Decay"

by Malachi Ward

 In a riveting new edition of his series, "Ritual", Malachi Ward brings us the dark allegory, "Vile Decay".  Focusing on the technologically-enhanced reflections of an old woman directed towards her grandson, Ward presents a caveat regarding a possibe-future marked by ecological catastrophe and misuse of power

20 pages, 2 colors




Everything Unseen #4

by Drew Beckmeyer

The final installment of Drew Beckmeyer's sprawling masterwork, Everything Unseen.  In parts 8 and 9, our reborn hero, Charles Grodin, is returned to the place that begin it all.  This time he must answer to the powers that be, God and ultimately, himself.  

72 pages, B&W











 "Men's Feelings #2"

by Ted May

Ted May's critically acclaimed, Best American Comics-certified series, Men's Feelings, returns for another installment of wry, amusing vignettes that delicately lampoon the modern male psyche. In this issue, the reader is treated to wayward tales of incidents involving jet skis, focus groups and even the after-life.

36 pages, B&W







by Chris Cilla

The new book by comics maestro, Chris Cilla is an ornately-crafted flip-book of the finest degree.  Two stories propel the reader through an array of sequenced gags and non-sequitors, in addition to various ontological musings, that culminate in a voracious round of mini-golf.  You gotta see it to believe it!

36 pages, B&W



 "Alamo Value Plus

by Rusty Jordan

"Alamo Value Plus" marks the debut of Rusty Jordan, best known as the depraved mind behind the essential "Shitbeams on the Loose" anthology.  In the lead-off issue, laid-back cashiers, Tony and Duane, learn of the sometimes dangerous, always hilarious adventures of elder wage-slave, Baldemar Pretzeldorf. 

28 pages, B&W


Everything Unseen #3

by Drew Beckmeyer

Yet another installment of Drew Beckmeyer's philosophical caper, Everything Unseen, featuring straw-hats, sand-castles and ritualized sacrifice.   

52 pages, B&W





 "Men's Feelings"

by Ted May  

"Men's Feelings" is the first solo comic by Ted May in nearly a decade.  A collection of vignettes and gag strips, it is bound to entertain.  With an assortment of gamblers, entrepreneurs, and even a magician, May gently lampoons the whimsical aspects of the modern cultural landscape.

36 pages, B&W





"Hawd Tales #1"

by T. Limbs

Street heroics and hilarity collide in the debut issue of Hawd Tales, the premiere solo book by Devin Flynn (of Y'all So Stupid fame).  Join us in Burnt Reynolds, USA and meet a gallery of urban eccentrics including the stalwart legend (and fiasco-purveyor) Guy Albino as he escapes the long arm of the law.

32 pages, B&W




Trigger #1

by Mike Bertino

The first issue of Mike Bertino's on going series Trigger.  This issue contains 3 stories ranging from the serious to the hilarious, to the heartbreaking.

24 pages, B&W






Everything Unseen #2

by Drew Beckmeyers

The return of Drew Beckmeyer's epic meditation on human nature. Packed with mobs and Gods of War, violence, and deep thoughts, Drew has continued to break new ground by expanding what can be done within the realm of comics.

60 pages, B&W