In the World of Trina Robbins

To read a Trina Robbins comic is to enter an alternate history: one in which the legions of women who entered the industry as writers, artists, and editors during the war years of the 1940s were never driven back out.

Call for Submissions: Serviette Magazine Issue 5

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Hardcore in the Void: The Return of Anti-Matter

“There were definitely times where I thought, ‘I could really use a conversation with someone who’s just seen it all.’” Texas is the Reason’s Norman Brannon discusses his reasons for reviving his ’90s hardcore zine.

TOOLKIT: Make Your Own Tabletop RPG

If you want help making your scrappy little art game full of weird characters and personal opinions and you think nerding out about systems to help enable your dream kind of play sounds like fun, let’s roll.

Folio: Lonesome Bill Walker on Puppetry and Pee-wee

Folio asks artists and curators to gather works made with unexpected materials and adapt them for the printed page. In this issue we speak with Lonesome Bill Walker, whose woodwork and puppetry explore queerness and its rich strings throughout pop culture.

Art Holes: Boss Nass KFC Drink Topper

Cartoonist Alexander Laird gives us a tour of his goblin den, laying in wait for the right opportunity to watch Kevin Costner’s Waterworld.