Zine Review


zine review: Iceland Iceland is a story that’s especially poignant because of the current economic trouble plastering every newspaper and […]

Attack!!! 10

zine review: Attack!!! 10 Attack!!! 10 is composed entirely of writing and art written in response to a piece of […]


zine review: Toxic What we have here are some lovely sketches of Britney Spears, each with well-chosen captions that serve […]

Snow #2

zine review: Snow #2 This is episode two of Snow, a comic by Torontonian Benjamin Rivers. Though I never read […]

Funny Forest

zine review: Funny Forest Funny Forest is the kind of adorable comic I would read in my Grandmother’s sunroom when […]

Entropy, Part Three

zine review: Entropy, Part Three After reading the awesome review of Part 2 of Entropy, I was hooked and had […]

Dirty Beast #1

zine review: Dirty Beast #1 I imagine writing a subversive comic is tricky. Ideally, you’re going for that whip-smart commentator […]

Club Hydrogen

zine review: Club Hydrogen A decently drawn comic about jerks at a bar who hook up with each other instead […]

Chud Love

zine review: Chud Love Jake Keating’s autobiographical comic zine, Chud Love, is a not-so-delicate blend of gross and sweet. While […]

Twilight World #2

The principal item in Twilight World #2 is an account of a recent trip to Las Vegas that, according to […]