0-9 | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | *

Writers / Artists: Joe Hutchinson

Bird Comics #5

Category:Mini-Comics
Publisher
Country
Year
Dimensions
Notes

Bird-themed comics anthology. Includes a short article about the Trashmen ('Surfin' Bird') and a review of Tequila Mockingbird.

Numbered edition of 100.

Cardstock covers.

Wraparound cover.

Bird Comics #7

Category:Mini-Comics
Publisher
Country
Year
Dimensions
Notes

Bird-themed comics anthology. Contains a short-but-informative article, "A Brief History of Bird Comics and Ozone Press".

Cardstock covers

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Boris

Category:Mini-Comics
Country
Year
Writers / Artists
Dimensions
Bug Eyed #1

Category:Mini-Comics
Publisher
Country
Year
Notes

Great jam comix where each artist does a full page that continues from where the preceding artist left off.

Back cover appearance by Rat Fink and Junk Yard Kid.

Some copies had hand-colored covers (probably by Bors).

Cannibals

Category:Mini-Comics
Publisher
Country
Year
Writers / Artists,
Dimensions
Notes

Another version was published by Anthrax Press under the title 'Cannibles'.

Cannibles

Category:Mini-Comics
Country
Year
Writers / Artists,
Dimensions
Notes

Another version was published by Clay Geerdes' Comix Wave as 'Cannibals'.

Cargo Cult

Category:Mini-Comics
Country
Year
Writers / Artists
Dimensions
Notes

Oddball minicomic about native peoples and novelty items.

Drinking Tales #1

Category:Mini-Comics
Publisher
Country
Year
Dimensions
Notes

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Elsie's Possessed

Category:Mini-Comics
Country
Year
Writers / Artists
Dimensions
Hey! #3 (1st)

Category:Mini-Comics
Publisher
Country
Year
Notes

Contents include two Michael Roden jam pages (one with Gaither, one with Nukes), plus Jeff Gaither cover and multi-page art portfolio and a Scratchface Doodlehead back cover by Tosh.

Cardstock covers.

1st printing (October 6, 1986): variant cover stocks are lavender, yellow, green
2nd printing (June 5, 1987): cover stock is lavender w/ some (all?) interiors printed in blue ink

Hey! #3 (2nd)

Category:Mini-Comics
Publisher
Country
Year
Notes

1st (October 6, 1986): cover stock in lavender, yellow, green

2nd (June 5, 1987): cover stock in lavender w/ some (all?) interiors printed in blue ink

5½ × 8½"
32 pages

Hey! #4

Category:Mini-Comics
Publisher
Country
Year,
Notes

Some of this issue's contents:

* the "Edgeorama" jam page by D. Tosh, Steve Willis, Michael Roden, Wayno, Jeff Gaither, Brad W. Foster and Lee Burks
* a four-page (including centerspread) pirate-themed collaboration between Michael Roden and Jeff Gaither
* Jeff Gaither's interpretation of Tosh's Scratchface Doodlehead character

Four printings, all identical externally except the 1st has a hand-drawn SoL logo (I think).

1st (February 22, 1987): green cover stock
2nd (April 6, 1987): green cover stock (with modified SOL logo)
3rd: ??
4th (March 30, 1994): green cover stock (with modified SOL logo)

Cardstock covers.

Hey! #5/6

Category:Mini-Comics
Country
Year
Notes

Flip-style double issue. The two issues are joined together by a three-page Scratchface Doodlehead comic by Tosh that starts in each issue and meets in the middle in a wacked-out centerspread.

Cardstock cover.

Signed/numbered edition of 100. Also included a small sketch by Tosh (hand-drawn within the centerspread).

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Hey! #7

Category:Mini-Comics
Publisher
Country
Year
Notes

Zap Comix tribute issue. Contents include a centerspread "paste-up phunny" collage piece featuring Zap imagery and a jam comic by D. Tosh, Denis Kitchen, Bill Sienkiewicz, Don Simpson, Larry Marder, Mark David Dietz and Mark Stokes.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.