Listing Category: SPX 2016 Debut

Frontier #13: Richie Pope

Debuting at Small Press Expo on 9/17, the latest issue of our Ignatz Award-winning monograph series spotlights the work of illustrator and cartoonist Richie Pope. Frontier #13: Richie Pope features a brand new comic titled, “Fatherson” – a touching and surreal narrative of fatherhood. The issue is 32 pages, color, and features an interview with the More Info »


Taffy is an ordinary boy in a world he refuses to find ordinary. Living with his brother on the edge of the Artemis woods, he fields daily excursions out into the wilderness in search of something supernatural. He’s prepared for every contingency… except for actually finding it. Can the small town of Artemis withstand what they More Info »

Bloom, Structure, Magic

“Bloom” “Structure” and “Magic” is the newest screen printed accordion series. Discover the world of plant and berry people, finding love in space, and encounters between wizards and witches in this new set of handmade mini accordion books. Follow the print and book process here:

DC Punk issue 3: Nation of Ulysses part 2

DC Punk is a series of comics about the DC punk scene. It is currently focussing on the 90’s era.

The Mermaid Who Never Had a Friend

First comic by 6 year old Isabella about a mermaid\’s quest for friendship

Kid Ninja (Halloween Adventure)

A kid dressed as a ninja decides to go to one last house for candy on Halloween and must fight his way there.

Explorers (expanded)

Explorers (Expanded) is the full collection of drawings from my first finished sketchbook. Drawn in a limited palette of three colors, it’s filled with flowers, statues, waves, trees, and rocks.

Soyuz Blue, Volume Three

After sunspot activity threatens the orbit of the International Space Station, Corporate Cosmonaut Elizabeth Floyd is assigned to the Russian mission to save the outpost.

Buggin’ (Free Comixzine)

RX Crew Busts out with a free Comixzine to blow your mind!
Contains a full color poster, get it while supplies last, only 130 Printed!

Cop it at table M14! Free 80’s – 90’s Sticker!

Procrastination Comic/Zine #9?

“I’ll start with Richmond Comix, because it was the first thing I remember when searching for comics in the city.”