While camping in the Pacific Northwest, Reese, a non-binary teenager and their sister, Jamie, a trans girl fall through a lake and get separated in a sentient forest created by beings from below the earth’s crust. To be reunited the siblings must overcome trials within the crystal maze. QKC: Under the Earth is a sci-fi More Info »
A collection of six comics by Ann Xu, ranging in subject matter from topics like emotional boundaries on the Internet, to the satisfaction of cooking a labor-intensive meal, to the tacit understanding between Asian Americans when it comes to language. Originally published online by The Lily, a women-focused newsletter by The Washington Post. 5″x5″, 64 More Info »
A recollection of life as an anxious kid, and learning the hard way that anxiety doesn’t keep bad things from happening. Caroline Smith’s autobiographical story follows her from childhood to present day through both dark and hilarious imaginings as a worrywart child, and coping with them at different stages in life (some methods better than More Info »
Thank You for Your Cooperation #2 – Verhoeven Zine. A natural sequel to #1, the all Robocop issue, here the contributors go all in with their comics and writing based on the mind bending films of Dutch director, Paul Verhoeven. Created or organized by Eric Gordon with contributions from- Troy-Jefferey Allen (@GoRexCo on Twitter, @ActionAGoGo on More Info »
From the article “Escape from DC (There is No)- “Wait, wait, WAIT! What about the record collection!?!?! There won’t be anything worth living for if the VVers don’t have their tunes. But how to carry everything you will need to survive, plus vinyl? Is this the time to enlist the aid of an ex-special forces super agent gone rogue? No, no, no, that only works in the movies. In an emergency situation of this magnitude, things are bound to get heavy real fast. The only solution is a bike with a hitch to quickly load in the essentials… and a master plan!