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Kitten Construction Company

Construction has never been cuter than in this graphic novel for very young readers! Can you be too cute for your own good? Sadly, the answer is yes. In a world where kittens and humans coexist, several talented kittens with skills in architecture, construction, engineering, and plumbing have discovered that nobody will take them seriously More Info »

Blood on the Tracks No. 2

I figured if I wanted to shoot back, I may as well join the gang with the best firepower behind it.

Blood on the Tracks No. 3

So how exactly does one end up in the situation? How does a fine, upstanding citizen become a career criminal? Little by little, one step at a time.

Adorable Empire, Volume 2

The adorable woodland creatures return, this time to fend for themselves on the mean streets of Manhattan. Will they survive? Can they make it on their own? Will they be taken to the underworld by an army of giant roaches? The only thing for certain is that there will be destruction and it will be  More Info »

Kill : Shots

Finish a job, take a shot. A dark comedy of two hitmen and their nonchalant chats after work. -24 pages; color cover/b+w interior -6×9 inches -Available @ Table D4

Pika’s Peak

Vulture: “EAT him? He ‘ent dead yet! And a right disappointment, that. Got meself all hopped up anticipatin’ a right proprer meal, and he turns up not dead. The nerve of some critters!”

Kitch: “I… Um. Well. Sorry? I think? Er…”

Vulture: “Don’t go wasting your time apologizing. What matters is deeds, not words, and you ‘ent dead. Unless you got some way to fix that, I’ll just be on my way. Eat you! Preposterous.”

Call Me Ishmael

What would you give to be who you want to be?

Spacejinx: Volume 3

After space cadet Benedict Young and his obnoxious roommate thought they had adjusted to life with a sexbot, their training took a new turn for excitement with a real assignment! After that turned out to be a bust in the last volume of Spacejinx, they’re off to another mission–exploring a mysterious planet! Fortunately for them, it means some alone time together…provided they can avoid trouble!

One Thing At A Time, Bud

“One Thing At A Time, Bud” starts with the news of the hospitalization of Kevin Budnik’s father for what turns out to be cancer. Budnik admits that drawing diary comics helps him process emotions, so the reader is privy to his internal dialogue, childhood reminiscence and conversations with family as he struggles to cope with More Info »

Incomplete Origins Vol. 2

\”Protect the light. All is bright. All will fail, complete prevail! Follow the trail!\”