Listing Tag: minicomic

Who’s Counting?

“Who’s Counting?” is the most recent interactive minicomic by collaborative duo Beth Hetland and Kyle O’Connell. This book tallies a series of strange or unexpected sightings and phrases experienced at the various conventions Beth and Kyle and tabled at. Each page has a window and dial to reveal one of the many categories they witnessed. More Info »


Massachusetts in the late 1600s. Remember Goulburn is a servant in the house of Reverend Bright, friends with both his daughter, Obedience, and the village blacksmith, Prosper. Remember loves Obedience. Obedience loves Prosper. Prosper loves both of them. When a love triangle goes tragically awry, tempers flare, accusations of witchcraft fly, and lives are changed More Info »

Dear Missy

Daryl’s best friend is her diary, named Missy. When her parents get divorced, she confides her feelings to Missy in the form of a poem. In fifty sweet, sad, and hilarious panels, Daryl put words to her heartbreak as only an eight-year-old can.

Things Go Wrong #1

James is a frustrated artist who’s slowly killing himself through self-sabotage and neglect. He is sporadically employed (hack work, not “serious” painting) but spends most of his time alone in his apartment, shin-deep in discarded take-out containers and pizza boxes. When he comes down with a painful digestive ailment, his doctor prescribes the medication he More Info »

Ley Lines: Recapitulation

L Nichols ruminates on the beauty and complexity of Beethoven’s compositions. Nichols shares his personal musical journey, including his introduction to classical music, his exploration of varied genres, and ultimately his return to Beethoven.

Desert Walk

A comic about trauma, healing, and desert hiking. Also, there is a bunny.

Exit Archaeology

Exit Archaeology is a 48-page diary of working on a dig in Greece in 2017.  The comic chronicles daily life on an excavation in Greece: the job of drawing amphora fragments, avoiding dogs while running, swimming with jellyfish, what other people are having for breakfast, and the question of whether I will go back to this More Info »

The Ghost Cat

The legend of Ghost Cat and his powers. 12 page black and white minicomic. Digest size (5.5×8.5)


A beautifully curvy ecdysiast who loves to indulge in sensual dances has a love-hate relationship with the patron of the motel where she works. In a moment of bliss she finds a way out, there will be no looking back as there is nothing left behind.

Just Fujoshi Things

A collection of short comics about the fun and mishaps of two fujoshi— girls who enjoy comics about risque male romances! Rated Teen+ for mentions of sexual content. ~Available at Table #C3~