6 x 9"
Published as print-on-demand (presumably by Jim Gullett).
Full-color, printed mailing envelope illustrated by Billy McKay.
Received at the Poopsheet Foundation in 2018.
From the Birdcage Bottom Books site: "Bottoms Up! True Tales of Hitting Rock-Bottom is an anthology collecting real stories of bottoming out from alcoholism, drug dependency, sex addiction, body dysmorphia, pornography addiction and more. These stories have been adapted into comics by a team of incredibly talented and diverse cartoonists."
Full-color covers with b&w interior. Perfect-bound.
Edited by J.T. Yost
From the Birdcage Bottom Books site: “Cringe: An Anthology of Embarrassment collects over twenty stories of personal humiliation, shame & awkwardness from a variety of indie cartoonists.
Edited by Peter S. Conrad.
Full-color cover with b&w interior. Perfect-bound softcover.
Publisher's description: "The Domesticated Afterlife follows two canine day laborers through their adventures in the service industry, incarceration, a magical feline fortress, and the underworld as they endeavor to answer the existential question, 'What do you get for the chicken who has everything?'"
Perfect bound book, b&w interiors.
Mission statement from first page: "Are you sick and tired of puns? Are you vexed at seeing the same monster pictures and information repeatedly printed? Do you enjoy reading magazines which contain over 25% advertising? If these are your complaints, Famous Fantasy Films will try to alleviate them."
Six round "picture disks" in a sealed envelope which require the Floobycomics Picture Wheel Viewer (!) to properly enjoy.
According to the outer label, reels included are "Satan's Flesh Zamboni" by Edward Bolman, "I Need" by Jeff Nicholson, "Skin Care in the '90s" by Billy Spicer, "Flying Hatchet Comix" by Maximum Traffic and "Cats into Corn" and "Acquiring Wisdom" by Chad Woody.
6 × 9" packaging
Published in the early or mid '90s?
As Steve Willis publications go I guess this is about as obscure as it gets. It's one of several (at least four) "easy readers" he drew for the Olympia (Wash.) School District. This one was published in approximately 1974. To provide a little context, his 'Gimmie Comix' (usually considered his first minicomix) was published only a year before that.
I'm uncertain of the print run. I suppose it may have been printed for a single class or perhaps for the whole school. Either way there couldn't be many of these floating around.
Printed on heavy paper stock.
Letters from Alex Robinson, Christine Shields, Michael Dougan, S.A. King, Pete Sickman-Garner, Dan Clowes and others.
Saddle-stitched, some added color inside.
Letters from Tom Spurgeon, Rick Altergott, Ariel Bordeaux, Steve Weissman, Irwin Chusid and others.
Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.
Romance develops between a writer and a ghost.
Reporter was an ongoing series of stories by Dylan Williams set around the town of Willoughby in the year 1956. Each story is self-contained but they all fit together.
Saddle-stitched, color covers.
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