“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.
Good Lord My Daughter’s A Goddamn Radical! is fun and sassy, mocking false green promises by corporations, the gender pay gap, and Margaret Thatcher.
Carlos Gonzalez’ sense of humour is consumed by a world of rot and body horror; puerile, but also quite unique.
Review: Investigation Into Alleged Gatherings on Government Premises During COVID Restrictions, or The Case of the Forbidden Jamborees
Henry Hardwicke Carruthers provides a wry, meticulous and absurdist satire of the absurdist scandal plaguing Boris Johnson.
Where the Rent Went Comic Zine, Andrew Neal, meetingcomics.com, $5 A cast of chaotic punks living in the city and […]
Bear & Fox Artzine, Andre Molnar, 10 pgs, Inpprpte Press, IG: @inpprprte, $5 Bear & Fox, a mini-comic zine debut […]
I Could Have Killed Alex Jones Zine, Mark Cunning, 32 pg,etsy.com/shop/markzines, $4 We know by now how so much […]
I Am Not Lonely for I Have a Television Perzine, The Depressed Waitress, 42 pgs, thedepressedwaitress.com, $10 The end of […]
Behind the Drywall Artzine, Nikki Reimer & Andrea Mackenzie Engele, 20 pgs, Gytha Press, gythapress.org,$9.25 A striking, symmetrical Art Deco-inspired […]
Rotem Anna Diamant, 28 pgs,@rotemannadiamant, etsy.com/ca/shop/MonsterMaidenZines, $5 “I can’t get out of the tub,” laments the main figure of Cute […]
Sage Pantony, 56 pgs, sagepantony.com, $7 Sex stories are like dreams, in that their recounting is usually much more exciting […]
Attempting to describe the first issue of Burg Landin a capsule review isa steep order, but I’ll give it a […]