Zine Review

Review: All The Fortune Tellers Were Wrong

Samuel W. Grant has made sure that the collection is filled to the brim with Brad Neely-esque, single-page illustrations, each piece funnier than the last.

Review: Zine Obscura #6

The latest zine from Label Obscura covers Quebec’s heavy metal vets, maritime supergroups and glam rock in the great white north.

Review: So Buttons #11

Baylis’ Harvey Pekar-esque writing shines throughout So Buttons. His personable and welcoming tone showing that each piece, despite the varying art styles, is thoroughly ‘his.’

Review: Celluloid Lunch #6

Thick as a car manual, band interviews, record reviews, shorter prose and poetry make up the bulk of this Montreal fanzine.

Review: Borderline

The whimsical storytelling of Casey Harrison’s Borderline transports the reader into a world of pure fantasy that is matched by its gorgeous, ethereal illustrations.

Review: Sessile

“Sessility” describes a lack of mobility in organisms. The inability to move under their own metabolic processes. In Sessile, our narrator finds themselves unable to move on.

Review: Wasp Video Xpress #1

Carlos Gonzalez’ sense of humour is consumed by a world of rot and body horror; puerile, but also quite unique.

Review: Where the Rent Went

Where the Rent Went Comic Zine, Andrew Neal, meetingcomics.com, $5 A cast of chaotic punks living in the city and […]

Bear & Fox

Bear & Fox Artzine, Andre Molnar, 10 pgs, Inpprpte Press, IG: @inpprprte, $5 Bear & Fox, a mini-comic zine debut […]

I Could’ve Killed Alex Jones

I Could Have Killed Alex Jones Zine, Mark Cunning, 32 pg,etsy.com/shop/markzines, $4   We know by now how so much […]