MINI-COMICS

Mini-comics are small, self-published comics.

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  1. My Life Still Sucks

    Why My Life Still Sucks

    $2.00

    More tragically true tales of torment! Indulge in schadenfreude. Learn More
  2. White Male Neurosis cover

    White Male Neurosis

    $3.00

    A true story about childhood anti-social eating habits that remain evident in adulthood. Learn More
  3. When I Was A Mall Model

    When I Was A Mall Model

    $5.50

    Out of stock

    Ever dream of being a model? A glamorous life of fashion, travel, and general awesomeness? Yeah, I did too. Unfortunately, my experience involved blisters, unflattering thongs, wearing oversize negligees and disappointment. Learn More
  4. Wet Paint #1

    Wet Paint #1

    Regular Price: $2.00

    Special Price: $1.00

    Sort of like a zine version of clicking through cable with a smart ass friend making comments. Learn More
  5. West Side Improvements

    West Side Improvements: A Brief History of the Freedom Tunnel (1937-1995)

    $5.00

    West Side Improvements traces the history of the tunnel running under Riverside Park in New York City. Learn More
  6. The Werewolf

    Werewolf (mini-comic)

    $3.00

    A collection of seven stories spanning the topics of marriage, trolls, friendship and, of course, incest. Learn More
  7. Wendy's

    Wendy's

    $2.50

    A story of braces, kissing, heteronormativity, and hamburgers. Learn More
  8. Welcome Fever, It's Me – the Magic! #2

    Welcome Fever, It's Me – the Magic! #2

    $4.00

    Mini comic series about the intergalactic Psych/Punk/Gloo Wave band: Welcome Fever, Its Me – the Magic! Learn More
  9. Welcome Fever, It’s Me – the Magic!

    Welcome Fever, It's Me – the Magic! #1

    $3.00

    Mini comic series about the intergalactic Psych/Punk/Gloo Wave band: Welcome Fever, Its Me – the Magic! Learn More
  10. Weather

    Weather

    $5.00

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    It’s a swift, beautiful, existentialist poop joke of a comic from Gabby Schulz, the artist formerly known as Ken Dahl, mostly taking place at 40,000 feet above the earth. Learn More

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