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Comment by Rick Bradford on July 25, 2016 at 5:56pm


Hi, folks --

Some of you may know I'm building a Mini-Comic and Fanzine Database. Essentially, it's a database for comic zines and zines about comics and includes cover scans, publication data, contributors and more. It's been a pet project of mine for several years but it's time to kick it into high gear and make it something readers, publishers and fans can really use.

The Database currently contains entries for 6,600 individual comic zines and related items (catalogs and flyers, for example). But that's only a drop in the bucket. I've got an astounding amount of cover scans and data to get through but I need time to do it. And that's where mini-comics and fanzine fans can really help.

Please check out the Patreon link for more info as well as some sample entries. The Database site is not currently open to the public but will be soon!


If you have any questions about the site or the Patreon page please feel free to reply here or email me at ricko@poopsheetfoundation.com. Thanks for checking it out!


Comment by Thomas Marino on March 10, 2016 at 11:08am
Hi zinsters. I have a semi-autobiographical comic but have a hard time coming up wth short sequential stories. Help appreciated.
Comment by Cryptic Gimmick on February 12, 2016 at 3:44am

I'm Not Who I Used To Be - mini comic zine I made to combat transphobia on my campus. Deals with human connection & isolation from a queer perspective. 

Free download here! https://gum.co/yKBwY

There's also info about print copies (pictured) if you're interested :) 


Comment by Cameron Lee on October 9, 2015 at 6:09am

Keep On Dronin' & Other Comix is a comic book of humorous and dramatic short stories now on sale on Etsy.

If you happen to be in lovely Toronto, Canada, it can be found on the indy zine shelves of these fine stores:

The Beguiling

Hairy Tarantula (downtown outlet only)

Page & Panel

Silver Snail

It is also to be found on the Graphic Novel shelf at Book City (Danforth outlet only).

Please look for it in the Comics section of Toronto's own zine library:

Toronto Zine Library

On Saturday 17th October, 2015, 1-7 p.m., it will be available on the Toronto Comic Jam table at Canzine: Festival of Zines and Underground Culture. You're encouraged to drop by the table to say Hi and draw pictures!

Archived webcomics and drawings by the same cartoonist can be viewed for free on Tumblr. These are not recommended for readers under the age of 18.

Here's what the critics are saying about Keep On Dronin' & Other Comix:

"What the crap is this crapola? I demand a crappin' refund!"
     - Rev. Run E. Krapp
       Former Hip-Hop Logo Design Editor
       Founder of the Church of the Subpar Genie

"Amazing. This comic book combines words AND pictures, some of them in sequence, one AFTER the other! I love the concept. Did I bother to actually read it? Hell no! I've got better things to do."
     - Ichi Kunte
       Editor-in-Chief of Illustrated Dissections Monthly

"Full-colour cover, dozens of pages of pure entertainment. How can you go wrong? Well, if you buy it you'll find out just how wrong..."
     - Dick Payne
       Moderator of Edible Ink Roundtable Forum

"when i think cam lee i think douchebag"
     - supersperm69
       Voted Most Helpful User on evry1zacritic.cum

Get your copy today!

Comment by Paul de Valera on August 29, 2015 at 10:27am

Here's 9 years worth of drawing a 3 panel comic strip every day. More to be seen at www.drawnpoorly.com

Comment by dwing comics on August 29, 2015 at 9:55am

Issue #4 of "What You Left Behind" is a collection of more illustrated vignettes chronicling the imagination and adventures of Janie Chan. This 28-page color issue explores Janie's curiosity and fantasies about being in different places. Book dimensions are approx. 8.5in. x 6.75 in.

Buy a limited edition copy here:


Comment by Travis Munday on June 28, 2015 at 2:52am

Like the comic, Brad...reminds me of the good ol' days with my younger brother

Comment by dwing comics on May 31, 2015 at 11:57am

Mini-Comic TRADE-

"A Few Facts about LOBSTAs" (b&w 2.75 x 4.25 in)  for trade, only within US:

Message me with address if interested.

Yes, this zine was made during my travels in Maine.

Sorry, lobster doll not included. ;)

Comment by dwing comics on May 31, 2015 at 11:52am

Issue #3 of the "What You Left Behind" comics series starring Janie Chan, a Chinese American girl growing up in Queens, NY during the 1990s. In this issue, follow Janie at school, in her backyard and other places as she discovers the world around her through play. Stories are illustrated using comics, watercolor and ink. Appropriate for ages 13 and up.

8.5 x 6.75 in. 28 pages, color.

Order a copy here:

Comment by Cheering and Waving Press on March 25, 2015 at 10:11am

Paul d Valera, thanks for sharing ( :


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