I received my first issue from the Minicomic of the Month Club, direct from Australia’s Smaller Comics. Man, there’s a lot of good stuff coming out of Australia! This one is by Carla McRae. It’s a silent comic about, I think, a tender romance between a girl and a sasquatch. Very lovely.
From the CollectionAll my Raina Telgemeier minis (2002-2008). I’m on the hunt for Take-Out 1. I have an extra (pretty beat up) copy of Outeach up for grabs. #minicomicAnonymous Fuzzball by Nicole Georges (2018). Cute critters offer sage advice. These are two of my favorite quotes. #minicomicAll my issues of Invincible Summer by Nicole Georges (and often also by Greg Means). I’m missing 1-5,7,8, 12,14, 16-19. Hit me up if you’ve got one to sell or trade. #minicomicGot my Kickstarter rewards from Kilgore!Alternator: Eight Stories (1998) and Alternator: Grand Junction (1999) by Carrie Golus. I really relate to that first page of Grand Junction. Fun Fact! The first minicomic I drew was a violent, Milk and Cheese inspired title called Bitter Girl. Very late-nineties zine culture. Thankfully lost to the sands of time. #minicomicA self-published edition of An Easy Intimacy by Jeffrey Brown. (Around 2005.) A limited edition of 390. Later published by Top Shelf.Supermonster 7 by Kevin Huizenga (1998). My earliest Kevin H mini. It has a meditative, King-Cat quality to it. It’s all about walking through his neighborhood. #minicomicDustin Harbin could use your help. He was in a bad bike accident and is still short of his gofundme goal. https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-dustin-harbin-fix-his-smashedup-faceIt pays to have a guy on the inside! My friend Colin Lidston who works at the Strand tipped me off that they’re selling issues of Eightball for $3. There are still a few left!All my Gabrielle Bell comics, 1998-2016. I have duplicates of Lucky 2.5 and 3. $7 each US. SOLD! #minicomicBoom Boom 3 and 4 by David Lasky (1995). Published by Aeon. Issue 3 is a 24 hour comic, believe it or not. (Though a bit of a cheat because it was penciled in 24 hours but inked later.)Zombievideo and Other Tales by Leigh Rigozzi (2002). I don’t think I know Leigh, but I like his cartooning! The internet says he’s from Sydney. #minicomicThese are all my Ken Dahl aka Gabby Schulz minis, 1995 -2008. I now have a duplicate of Monsters 2. I could lose it for a very special trade. I just picked up Drenched 4, from 1995! Gabby couldn’t have been that far out of high school. Even then, his drawing skills were super impressive. #minicomicThese trash packages from @joshuahallsimmons are anything but. Some real gems in here! I’ll be sharing them soon. #minicomicComics for Sale! See anything you like? Send me your requests. Cheap or for trade! #minicomicSold! Freddy Stories by Melissa Mendes (2011). Sweet and simple reflections on childhood. A Xeric winner (one of the last?). $7 US postage paid or trade.Comics for Sale! Test Tube by Carlos Gonzalez (2015). Published by Floating World. $10 US postage paid or trade.SOLD! Sundays: Forever Changes (issue 4, 2011). A finely crafted anthology from CCS edited by Charles Forsman, Alex Kim, Joseph Lambert, and Sean Ford. Cover by Damien Jay. Screen printed and hand bound. A duplicate in my collection, yours for $10 postage paid (within the US). Also open to trading.Rust Belt by Sean Knickerbocker (2019). Published by Secret Acres. In this bitter, mile-a-minute world, it’s nice to read a comic that makes me feel something. These stories remind me of home. #notminicomicsPhantom by Aatmaja Pandya (2016). Published by One Percent Press. A contemplation on home and gentrification. #minicomic