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Comment by Nohbdy on October 28, 2011 at 5:48pm


I just got into minicomix and I was wondering if there are any romantic comedy comics. I don't know if that is a stupid question or not. I am currently looking to read some. If you do have one or know of one please message me. I'd LOVE to set up a trade.

Comment by Colin Tedford on October 17, 2011 at 11:25am


These miniature comics are perfect for trick-or-treaters or Halloween party-goers! Buy them in sets of ten at my shop, buy them in a set with comics by other cartoonists, or see below to download copies you can print and assemble yourself.

The Boy in the Cemetery coverBeware the Vampire coverAsk Jack front cover

Comment by Salford Zine Library on August 14, 2011 at 2:49am


as you may or not know the library has an exhibition at Salford Art Gallery running from 15th October 2011 to 29th January 2012.

I am looking to show a film at the exhibition made up of short videos that contributers to the library have made of themselves. The video will explain why you personally self publish and about the zines you produce. To submit please email me your short talking head videos no longer than five minutes. I will compile and edit these together and add captions for the finished film. All are welcome to contribute to this project and I would like an eclectic range of zine makers to participate covering all the genres etc. 

So wherever you are making your zines it would be great to hear from you.

To submit Zines the address is:



M40 7WT


Kind regards


Comment by Kevin Ulrich on July 1, 2011 at 11:41am

Well, I've got issue 5 up now. You can also nab the first four. For sale or for trade.

Email me at: kzulrich@gmail.com



Comment by Ben Mohr on June 25, 2011 at 9:37am
I got an Etsy shop to peddle my malicious wares. Please visit and possibly buy an issue. Every issue sold also comes with a custom sketch!
Comment by Ben Mohr on June 21, 2011 at 12:29am

Ahoy! The debut issue of Crime Unlimited Inc. Co. is going to print tomorrow. Each issue features stories of crime, mischief, do-baddery, evil and things of that nature. 

-cost, $2

-print run of 40

-If interested, email me at bmohr.crime@gmail.com

Comment by Dexter Cockburn on June 20, 2011 at 11:31am

- 32 pages (saddle stitched)
- Colour cover/ B&W interior
- Sized to 5 ½” x 7 ¼” (perfect for stickin’ in yer copy of Cosmo!)
The first mouth-watering issue of lusty, busty & damn sexy hi-jinks by Vancouver's own Carrie Q. Contrary (Pulp, ClamJuice)!
In her own words: This is a sexy sex comic from a woman's perspective, part ridiculous storyline and part auto-biographical. You won't be disappointed!
 Remember, kids... ADULTS ONLY!!!
Order Now at http://thecomixcompany.ecrater.com

Comment by Jordan A. on June 20, 2011 at 11:16am

Hi everyone!

I just wanted to share a mini-comic zine that my roommate and I made last month called The Bearniverse! It's a mini-comic collaboration about an alternative history where everyone in the universe have the minds of humans and the bodies of bears. If you click through the post, you can get to an online version of the zine itself and read it there.

Jordan A.

My blog: The Cowation

Comment by dwing comics on June 7, 2011 at 12:30pm

"Side by Side,"

a new double-sided accordion mini-zine of visual observations and

projections of social isolation.

It's waiting to be read at the palm of your hand!

Get your copy now!

For trade, contact:

sassy.spinster (at) gmail.com


for sale ($1) here:


Comment by Michael Duckett on April 29, 2011 at 1:21pm

I just wanna say hi: I didn't join this group at first because not all my zines are comics, and the ones that are, are rarely 100% pure comic (& my panels are always drawn wonky).

But I organised a Mini Comics Day this month in Newcastle, with the Paper Jam Comics Collective (of which I am part) and the Canny Little Library (a radical lending library in the venue where it was held). And it was great!

Adults and children sat together as equals, all working away on their own stories, and me at the photocopier getting the pages in the wrong order! Very well attended, a lovely atmosphere, and a great way to make comics accessible to newbies and interested folk.

(a report here; one resulting minicomic here; my own blog here)

So this year we in Newcastle were the only UK venue hosting the day, but it's an idea that deserves to grow - consider hosting it next time around!

If anyone likes comic diaries, that's the kind of zine I usually make, with the next one (about trying to stop bird killing in Malta) due back from the printers in a week or so: email me a postal address if you'd like a copy free.



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