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From the CollectionZombievideo 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. #minicomicSkyscrapers of the Midwest: Thank the Machines by Joshua W. Cotter (2003). Bittersweet and really well drawn. Often staring cats, skeletons, and robots. #minicomicDolphinarium by Gavin Mackie (2017?). This story feels like pure fantasy but I guess it’s true! #minicomicThe Once and Future Thing by Paul Hornschemeier (2004). A collection of sketches and cover studies. #minicomicTerrifying Steamboat Stories 3 by Matt Madden (1994). Even this early he was experimenting with form. Mid-commute I discovered there’s a fold-out page. #minicomicSumo (the self-published version) by Thien Pham (2008). A quiet, poetic sports drama. #minicomicA rare bit of self promotion! Check out my new anthology project. https://www.americancultcomic.comIf Only Once, If Only For a Little While by Rosemary Valero-O’Connell (2014?). Part ghost story, part love story. Sorry, the second page is a spoiler. #minicomicLast one! LCD issue 17 (1995). Cover by David Sandlin, illos by Tony Millionaire, Carol Tyler, Kaz, Russel Christian, and back cover by Renee French.LCD issue 18 (1996). Cover by Robert Armstrong, illustration by Danny Hellman, comics by Michael McMahon and Rick Altergott.LCD issue 14 (1993). Cover by Jim Woodring, illustration by Doug Allen, comic by Takeshi Tadatsu. #zinesLCD issue 2 (I think? I’m a little confused by the numbering). 1987. #zines