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o ! - 55 pgs (or one long page) - b/w - $13
o ALLIZDOG - 16 pgs - color (mock offset process) - $2
o Autological Comic for Jason Overby to Sing - 16 pgs - color - $1
o December remembers November - 60 pgs - b/w -$7
o FACSIMILE - 24 pgs - b/w -$4

(with Alexander Danner)
o Two for No - 20 pgs - b/w - $4 CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK

(with Justin Zimmerman)
o Other Worlds omnibus: The Mix (50 pgs) + Digital Breath (3 pgs) - TPB collection, 188 pgs total - b/w - $20

(Minutemen tribute anthology)
o Double Nickels Forever: One Reporter's Opinion (3 pgs) - anthology collection, 180 pgs total - b/w - $10


March 2015
24 pages – black & white - color cover
4.25" x 5.50"

$4 + shipping

An exploration of stories and symbols and meaning(s).
Facsimile Ghosts is a harsh parable, falling apart at the seams. Driving Comic is jumbled, coded paranoia explained (or questioned?) by the disambiguation immediately following. And Hand Made is the end.
A small collection of three related stories. Or four. Or maybe just one. It can get confusing.

The cover is hand stenciled and stamped with suggestions for use, making each copy a different version of the exact same thing.

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November 2014
16 pages – full color, mock offset process - choose cover color
2.75" x 4.25"

$2 + shipping

Cover Color

A story about peer pressure, giant monster style.
Like Godzilla, but with the feels.

Made with a patented* 3-color process. I drew each color layer blind, that is without directly referencing the other layers aside from generally eyeballing the relations. Then I printed each layer, one at a time, on my desktop printer, for a mock-offset effect. I didnt know what these would look like until I printed them up.

(* - not actually patented).

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Autological Comic for Jason Overby to Sing

March 2014
16 pages – full color - hand crafted cover
2.75" x 4.25"

$1 + shipping

Self explanatory comic. Made on a cell phone, printed on a desktop printer.

My cheapest book, my toughest sell. This tiny book combines abstract imagery with an ostensible slice-of-life narrative thread. A reaction and critique of Charlie Kaufman's Synechdoche, New York. Sort of.
More thought-game than story. Recommended for readers with patience and good eyes (or access to some kind of magnifying device).

Each copy comes with a one-of-a-kind, hand-made cover.

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December remembers November

January 2014
60 pages – black & white - color cover
5.25" x 7.625"

$7 + shipping

A thirty-day diary.
In November of 2013, as part of Derik Badman's Thirty-Days-of-Comics challenge, I decided to focus my diary strips on the themes of memory, dreams, and nostalgia. Over the course of the month two of our pets came down sick.
Memory, nostalgia, music, dreams, and death. A sixty page booklet collecting my autobiographical strips made during the month of November, and then altered and rearranged over the following month.
Incidentally, this is also the first ever print collection of my long-running ‘mostly banal’ diary comic strips.

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August 2010
55 pages – b&w – wraparound cover

10" x 35' 5"
Accordion folded to 10" x 7 3/4".

$13 + shipping

Unpronouncably titled, uniquely formatted, Xeric self publishing grant awarded story. Follow a disparate cast of characters across one whole day in an unnamed city as they search for love, adventure, security, or revenge (though not necessarily in that order).

Presented as one continuous strip with branching and crossing contiguous storylines, the book can be read page by page, or pulled out to it’s full 35+ foot length and read in a single line (if you’ve got the room).

Secretly, it’s just a great big gag strip.

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two for no

September 2013
20 pages - black & white – color cover

5.5" x 8.5"


A mini comic collecting the first run of my webcomic with Alexander Danner.

Drawing on the theories of Linguist Neil Cohn and the rigors of poetry’s formal structures (but expressed not so much as poetry but as microfiction) each strip is a small story. Realistic fiction, science fiction, autobiography, mix indiscriminately in a variety of tones and styles.

Nine one-page strips and one four-page story, plus an intro and an explanation of our structures.
Written by Alexander, drawn by me.

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Other Worlds

The Mix - 50 pages
Digital Breath - 3 pages

September 2013
188 pages (total) - black & white – color cover

$20 + shipping

Other Worlds is a collection of unrelated short fictions written by Justin Zimmerman (with one exception) and drawn by a rotating cast of collaborators. I have two stories in the book:

Digital Breath is a short extrapolation on (perceived) binary systems in which I managed to accomplish everything I attempted without actually making a whole lot of sense. A man tries to comprehend a world he doesn’t fully parse. Briefly: he fails. It’s also about robots without actually featuring a robot.
This is the only story in the book not written by Justin. It reproduces handsomely.
Read it here.

The Mix is a kind of castration fantasy and features some NSFW imagery. A summer camp field trip dissolves in chaos and psychological horror as an armed and apparently unhinged intruder forces his way onto the bus. It’s been called “amateurish” and “nonsensical,” though I disagree with one or both of those assessments. It’s somewhat different than most of my other comics work.
The first ten or so pages (20% of the story!) are seen here.

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Double Nickels Forever

One Reporter's Opinion - 3 pages

September 2014
180 pages (total) - black & white – color cover

$10 + shipping

A comicbook tribute to The Minutemen's 1984 record, Double Nickels on the Dime.

In Double Nickels Forever 59 artists interpret and translate each of the 45 songs (and three car jams) off of the Minutemen's seminal punk rock double album. Mike Watt himself has seen this and approved!
Put together by Warren Craghead to celebrate the album's 30-year anniversary, this book features an indie comic all star line up. And also me.

One Reporter's Opinion was the very first Minutemen song I ever heard, and it's a favorite of mine to this day. I drew parts of this with the "drawn-without-looking" technique that I ripped off from Warren in the first place.
The whole book turned out very nice!

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