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FREE COMIC BOOK DAY PHOTOCOMIC “THE PERFECT WOMAN” BY SETH KUSHNER

by Seth Kushner
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The Titans Of Tyranny

by Jef UK

Read the comic while you listen to the demo version of the song. Consider this two exclusives in one! I rarely release demos, and this comic-book-lyric-sheet is poised to become a comic-book-music-video for a much more polished version of the song. This whole thing is a demo, in a way. TITANS OF TYRANNY. Song by Americans UK. […]

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ROCKTRONIC

by Jef UK

Sci-fi, rock band, Americans UK, are on the run through time to save their murdered bandmates! Now remastered for the web, this comic originally appeared in print as Americans UK #3. Buy the song and album here. One if by land, two if by sea, three if by rock. Three, Jef UK  

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I, APE-MAN

by Jef UK

Read the comic while you listen to the tune, so as to fully experience the post-punk-apocalyptic might that is, “I, Ape-Man.” Then come back here for a minute, I’ve got a couple of things I want to tell you.     I, APE-MAN came into being as a song in the long long ago, in […]

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Which You?

by Chris Miskiewicz

“I’m very old fashioned for a bisexual polyamorous girl,” she said as I lit a cigarette, which was an odd thing to do since I don’t smoke. “Well that’s very interesting, but I’m afraid that we’re out of time. I have another appointment down the block at three.” Her smile dropped some of its […]

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Baby With A Mohawk – 4

by Kevin Colden

Read Baby With A Mohawk -1 Read Baby With A Mohawk -2 Read Baby With A Mohawk -3 Kevin Colden is the creator of the Xeric Grant-awarded and Eisner Award-nominee, graphic novel, Fishtown, published by IDW, and has most recently illustrated The Crow: Death and Rebirth, also published by IDW. Follow him on Twitter here!

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ADRIFT

by Chris Miskiewicz

Adrift written by Chris Miskiewicz. Art by Kate McElroy.

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NEW NEW YORK: Michael Pitt

by Jessica Glick

The rain beat down, the reverberating thuds sounded like bullets on the subway window. I saw multicolored pains of glass and graffiti telling me to “do more” when I suddenly realized I was in Brooklyn. I exited on the northwest corner of the street and hoped my way would reveal itself. A man in a […]

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SCHMUCK 17: Discotheque

by Seth Kushner

  “SCHMUCK has a heart underneath its gritty crude input from main character Adam Kessler’s friends, a belief that love will find you in the end.”– Hannah Means Shannon, The Beat “While SCHMUCK is packed with humorous anecdotes I feel that the relate-ability of this book is the most powerful aspect of it.” – Justin […]

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Beacon Lights: The Theme

by George Jurard

Beacon Lights by Minneapolis cartoonist George Jurard, is a series of loosely inter-locking stories that take place over the course of 200 years. Throughout our lives, we are perpetually in the act of pursuit. We are always seeking something in the distance— a beacon, a light, that calls us to action. But, each action has […]

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NEW NEW YORK: VIA AUDIO, Natural Language

by Jessica Glick

The howling wind swept the city’s debris into the air creating cyclones of leaves and garbage on the pathway to the garden. The ominous silver tint in the sky stayed behind me as I inched closer to my destination. I easily lost myself inside the tranquil Brooklyn hideaway as I waited for them. I saw […]

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Beacon Lights: Karma Junction

by George Jurard

Beacon Lights by Minneapolis cartoonist George Jurard, is a series of loosely inter-locking stories that take place over the course of 200 years. Throughout our lives, we are perpetually in the act of pursuit. We are always seeking something in the distance— a beacon, a light, that calls us to action. But, each action has […]

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