A (semi)-historical short comic about jazz, teen rebellion, and ghosts in the USSR.
The ‘stilyagi’ of 1940s-1960s Russia rebelled against the iron grip of Soviet censorship by embracing what they could of Western culture. They idolized American rock and jazz, but, as the music was banned in the USSR, they resort to drastic and creative measures to bring their contraband obsession to life.
This is the second issue of the comedy-drama comic series Dee’s Dream, which follows the adventures of the amateur post-punk alternative band by the same name. In this issue, Maury, the band’s drummer, has a big birthday coming. Will the gang make sure it will be one to remember? 20 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, More Info »
The final collection graphic novel of the greatest love story ever told features a forward from Rob Halford of Judas Priest, twenty short stories about the domestic life of “Henry” and “Glenn” as well as their neighbors “Daryl” and “John.” Digging beneath Glenn’s bricks in the front yard, Henry uncovers Glenn’s mother, freshly unearthed, moves More Info »
A tasty collection of bite-sized stories about a rock band of adorable, if occasionally quarrelsome, queers … from their humble college bar beginnings to stadiums and international attention! Just how do you drag a biology major in front of a mic during finals? How do you handle inappropriate radio interview questions? And what happens when More Info »