Listing Tag: SPX debut

Summer Carnival

Jump in and explore Jake Terrell’s Summer Carnival, an all too brief taste of magical realism and memory quickly conjured with an airy exuberance.

The Necrophilic Landscape

Set in an all male world in which sexual reproduction does not exist and the primary class division in society is between men and children, The Necrophilic Landscape presents a dark comic vision with similarities to Nikolai Gogol’s The Nose and Takashi Nemoto’s Monster Man Bureiko Lullaby. Drawn in 2010 and never completed or published, Tracy Auch’s More Info »

Time Capsule

This is a book of beautiful, ambiguous visual poetry and questions.

Merkle’s Misstep (Full Count #1)

Merkle’s Misstep is the series debut of Full Count, mini comics retelling tales from baseball history. The first issue details the story of Fred Merkle and the game day mistake that may have cost his team the 1908 National League pennant.

Arc of the Sub-Protagonist – Falling Scales: Book One

After attending a screening at his Alma matter, miserable jerk Lloyd Wembly crashes an “art party”, talks up a girl and, true to form, alienates everyone around him! All while becoming increasingly inebriated! 28 Page Comic Book – Color cover / B&W interior – 7.5 x 7

The Last Sparkledog

The Last Sparkledog is a mini-comic featuring the supposed ‘last’ Sparkledog and her quest to find where the last of her kind have run off to, in a fun send-up of The Last Unicorn and parody of one of the most ubiquitous sub-genres of art to be found on the internet.

Comets Comets

Artists Hall Hassi & Davidson Middle talk a bit about art, fame, Kim & Kanye, pink bars, in this new full color comic from Blaise Larmee.

I Don’t Hate Your Guts

30 Days in the life of sad Noah Van Sciver. Messing around on the internet, cussing out co-workers, serenading a kitty cat.

Dragon’s Breath and Other True Stories

In this collection of thought-provoking, emotionally honest graphic vignettes, many of which first appeared on as the series “Smoke In Your Eyes,” MariNaomi explores a wide spectrum of topics including youthful rebellion, mortality, disillusionment, and compassion. These poignant stories, some filled with hope, others tinged with remorse, are sure to appeal to even the most discerning reader.

Lose #6

The sixth issue of this standalone, multiple award-winning anthology series by one of comics’ brightest young stars. Lose #6 is the latest installment in Michael DeForge’s one-person short story anthology series. Hailed as the next Daniel Clowes or Chris Ware, DeForge is cartooning’s brightest young star, and Lose is a standalone showcase for his talents. Michael More Info »