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Small Press Comics Reviews Peow Studio v.2

Dust Pam, Stages of Rot, and Rule Break

If you love really good-looking comics then good-look no further. Read more.


Small Press Comics Reviews TCAF 2017

Whoa. I cannot stress enough how impressively, overwhelmingly large the 2017 Toronto Comic Arts Festival felt. There was so much good stuff there that even nibbling at the edges was worthwhile! Anyway, here are a few of the things I picked up over the weekend. Read more.


How To Be a Boss Vendor

Boss Witch Ashley Franklin has heard you're thinking about vending at your first comics event! She thinks that's awesome, and if you're interested, she's here to offer some Boss Witch advice. Read more.


Small Press Reviews April 2017

Castle Quest, The Worst, and Dunce Number One

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Small Press Comics Review: RAV 2nd Collection

Movement, narrative, and readability in Mickey Z's RAV

Should comics be easy to read? Read more.


Small Press Comics Reviews February 2017

Bad Times, Good Comics

It’s a shame that while comics seem to just get better and better, everything else in America seems poised to get worse. Oh, well. Here are some comics I enjoyed over the past month. Read more.


Small Press Comics Review January 2017

The Frailty of Human Life in Laid Waste and No Visitors

This month, I’m welcoming in the new year with two reviews of comics about death and disease. Read more.


Small Press Comics Reviews December 2016 Edition

This past November, I was lucky enough to table at two small press festivals in just one week, thus leaving the rest of my month free to wish I was attending more small press festivals. While that didn’t happen, I did buy and barter for enough minicomics and zines to last me the rest of the winter. And now, I'd like to share some of my favorites with you. Read more.


Small Press Comics Reviews November 2016

Another month, another batch of excellent cartooning available for purchase via the internet. Read more.

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Small Press Comics Reviews: PEOW! Edition

Just recently, I finished reading a few titles by PEOW! Studio, a three-man print shop and art collective based in Stockholm, Sweden dedicated to printing books for some of today’s best young cartoonists. International shipping rates can be pretty expensive, so I imagine some of y’all are already starting to balk at the thought of paying them. “We have comics here” you tell me, “why pay an arm and a leg to haul more over from Sweden?”. Well, firstly because their books are very, very good. But secondly, because it appears that I and any fellow Americans are in luck, and that for a few of their newer releases they’ve lowered the price for US shipping to match their in-country rate. We should be flattered. Read more.

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