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Features:

The Brave New World Of Webcomics: Making Sense of Platforms, Publishers, and a Snowballing Popularity
Want to make your own webcomic? Here’s some advice from creators

Reviews:

Fir Valley is basically Twin Peaks with a Canadian twist
Panting zine is far from the traditionally published comics
HYPERMANCER is unquestionably well-produced for a DIY recording
The Empty Bed may help you feel a little less alone
The OK Kermit zine will charm your heart
While well researched, Unsettling the Commons can be unsympathetic at times
Feast of Fields represents the deftness of a great writer and illustrator
No Flash, Please! is filled with rare and unexpected moments
Mobile Treatments comic zine is basically zine therapy
Even if you don’t like confrontation, you should read My Conversations with Canadians
The one-person Minor Leagues anthology is always exceptional
Meanwhile… artzine is pushing it’s experimental nature to the limits
Pick up Marcie Is Still Worried comic zine and commiserate
Anyone working with youth should read O’Donnels ‘Haircuts by Children’
The mundane doesn’t exist in Forever and Everything #2
You may not be able to win “You’ll Distract the Boys”, but that doesn’t mean the story’s not important
We could all learn a little something from Cam’s Journey zine
We liked Stories from the Soviet Union and we think you would too
Anglin’s The Third Person explores the dynamics and mysteries of adulthood
Space Junkie Zine is…one of a kind?
The Scary Zine Series lays it all out on the line
Despite some faults, Strangers is a satisfying read
Snotty Nose Rez Kids reclaims the narrative
Femmescapes #3 has an energy, a power, and a community behind it
Fixer Eraser #2 has all the odds and ends you’ll need
Recipe for Hate is meant for for readers interested in the punk scene, clashes with the far right, or a teen mystery
Scrappy, scratchy queer radicals: Church Times is for you

Comics:

Babcia
Edge Desert by Sophie Yanow

Columns:

Help us solve our newest Zine Mystery (Summer 2018)
Art Holes: Lee Lai

Fiction:

Whatever This Is, It’s Something
Small Shiny Fish by Douglas W. Miliken

Sharpeners:

Printed Matter pops up in the East Village

 

 

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