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Zines about Death

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Zines regarding death

Started by DruglessxF Dec 14, 2008.

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Comment by QueensBee Zines on January 22, 2012 at 10:21pm

Hi all!

I haven't traded zines in ages, and I'm psyched to trade with folks from this group.

This is my first photo zine of my grandmother and her former home (where she looked after me as a child) in New York. The original photographs were developed and printed by me.

"Untitled" Zine.
(24 pages, 5.5 in. by 8 in., black and white)

If you'd like to see more images, check them out here:


If you want to trade, email me your info at senorita.wing(at)gmail.com.



Comment by Chad Warwick on May 10, 2011 at 10:36am

Hello everybody!

I have this zine that is mainly about violent, premeditated death, so i thought you guys might wanna have a look :)

It's called Le Stoner's Digest and you can find it on my Etsy shop : http://www.etsy.com/shop/inoxid


"Le Stoner's Digest is a new fiction zine written by two french dudes ( with some help from Displaced Snail's very own J. Carlough!). It is sleazy, violent, fun, what can i say, it's PULP as FUCK.

First issue is about big knives and psycho killers, and you should not let your kids read it. I mean, seriously, why would you give them some cheap-ass zine when they could be entertaining themselves with Cosmopolitan or some cool mag with high-end cars and big boobs?

Contains 5 profanity-littered original stories, and plenty of illustrations. 32 A5 pages of gorgeous 120g paper, with a manly 200g cover, and the supplement is a short story by Phillibert Mossberg printed on that awesome but weirdly formatted paper i once found in the street in Paris. True story!"

Comment by QueensBee Zines on April 2, 2011 at 8:23pm

Original fantasy, humor and silent comics about being happy...or not!
Features fruits,
Black and white ink drawings,
5.5" x 8.5" Xeroxed zine

For trade or buy on my Etsy.


Email me to specify preferred cover color, green, orange or yellow.

More comics at http://sassyspinstercomics.blogspot.com

Comment by JawsForJesus on January 19, 2011 at 9:58pm
I wrote a zine about the heat death of the Universe, so I suppose that counts.
Comment by Mark Billings on December 20, 2010 at 1:51pm

Hello all,


I JUST joined here, recently started self publishing my own/others zines focusing on scifi multicultural multidimensional anthropology existential etce etc....one of the zine releases for December is certainly on topic here, and author is a good friend of mine, so I would like to promote here. . .


MECONIUM - Daniel Brigman

30 pages, 8.5x11" B&W

"Meconium is the first bowel movements of an infant, composed of materials ingested in the uterus," writes Brigman as to overarching theme of this release. Exquisite stark journey depicted through faint indications of form/content, often obscured un/intentionally and also coherent enough to generate hidden visions; interposed throughout with hand-written poetry collected over the years as an opaque narrative of loss and degradation of human relationships. Akin to a zine of Merhige's film journey "Begotten" with some perhaps similar themes/asthetics. For the faint of heart.


I also uploaded an interview on this "Meconium" on my site


GAIT Publishing


I am down for trades especially similar asthetics/themes, alternately I have paypal, all info is on site Thank you and look forward to this community


Comment by Cryptstine Maria on September 4, 2010 at 9:19pm
Hi everyone! I just finished the third issue of my zine Sins of Machines, so here's a blurb. And apparently I never posted about Sins #2, which I finished awhile ago...Ooops.

Sins of Machines #3: Infanticide: Quarter-sized, 32 pages, black-and-white. This issue of my history/poetry zine focuses on infanticide in the Victorian era, with a few pages on puerperal insanity and its cures, and a close focus on my personal holy trinity of baby farm killers: Ada Chard Williams, the Finchley baby farmers, and Amelia Dyer. Also included are three poems inspired by these women, and plenty of quotes taken straight from Victorian newspapers and the court records from each woman's trial. $2 US/Canada, $3 International, or trade for your zine.

Sins of Machines #2: 1888: Quarter-sized, 36 pages, with hand-colored covers. Everything in it was inspired by the year 1888. Most of the zine focuses on Jack the Ripper, including his victims, the media portrayal of the case, and how the crimes led to social reform. Also included are seven poems (most inspired by the murders), five blind contour drawings based on the mortuary photographs of Jack's victims, two excerpts from 1888 publications, and a reflection on my first memory of Jack the Ripper, and about being both fascinated and sickened by him. $2 US/Canada, $3 International, or trade for your zine.
Comment by QueensBee Zines on July 1, 2010 at 8:42am
Hi folks!

24 pages,b&w comic zine,half-size.
All original art work! Contemplation on day to day (anxiety-related) effects of internal and social interactions.

Up for trade

or sold for $2 here:

More comics at--> http://wingcomics.blogspot.com

Read on!
Comment by Fluxxii on June 13, 2010 at 11:25pm
FLUXXII is accepting zines for consignment! We are an online shop that specializes in mental health zines, such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, gender and identity, sex, addiction, suicide, recovery, perzines, etc. We offer consignment (wholesale can be arranged in few cases) and even copying services! More info on how to apply at http://fluxxii.com/pages.php?pageid=30
Comment by Yvonne G. on April 3, 2010 at 6:26pm
NEW DISTRO: currently accepting zines for consideration!

Zines about the dark, the bizarre and related themes. You can check all the zine topics & other details here.
Message me if you're interested! Other foreign languages (Spanish, French) zines/books may apply! Looking for Portuguese and Brazilian zines too!!

Or check my blog post for all the info!
Thanks for reading :-)
Comment by Cryptstine Maria on December 30, 2009 at 9:25pm
The first issue of my zine "Sins of Machines" contains a couple poems about death, one about the death of Carrie Brown in 1891, and another about the suicide of a Victorian prostitute (inspired by G. F. Watts's painting, "Found Drowned.") It also contains a short essay on the murders of Maria and Frederick Manning in 1849. It's not really that depressing, I hope. Just interesting and full of history geekery! :)

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