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I love lists, so here's a list of all my zines and comics and stuff. I'll probably donate these to some zine library eventually, because I don't like reading. Or even looking at pictures. Click on a heading to sort.

Title Issue Author Year Summary Pages
Cometbus: I Wish There Was Something That I Could Quit N/A Cometbus, Aaron 2006 Collected stories or something. I read it, but I don't remember it. 103
Cometbus: Double Duce N/A Cometbus, Aaron 2003 A collection of Cometbus stories about a single house. Originally #44, 32, 35, 37, 38, 41, 43 and 45. 167
Cometbus: Despite Everything: A Cometbus Omnibus N/A Cometbus, Aaron 2002 A collection of cometbus issues in one giant paperback. Issues #24-42 + early stuff. 608
Cometbus: Add Toner: A Cometbus Collection N/A Cometbus, Aaron 2011 A collection of modern cometbus issues, #44-48 368
Absolutely Zippo: A Fanzine's Anthology N/A Eggplant, Robert 2000 A collection of east bay punk zine Absolutely Zippo. Issues from 1988-1998 a lot
Doris: An Anthology N/A Crabb, Cindy 2005 A collection of feminist perzine Doris, 1991-2001, issues 1-18. 310
Hoarse 4 Moffet, Elena; Wittenhagen, Emily; Flores, Gregory ? A poetry and prose collection from Seattle. Subtitled "End of Summer Field Day" 52
Notes From Underground N/A Duncombe, Stephen 2008 2nd Edition, 3000 copies. A study of zine culture with excerpts and criticism. 256
Brainfag Forever (BFF) N/A Beaty, Nate 2008 A collection of autobiographical comics from the Brainfag zine. Collects years 1999-2007. 224
110|110 N/A Brandon, Stesha; Olinick, Erin; Simmons, Matthew; Donovan, Liza 2009 A collection of poems and short stories (all 110 words long) celebrating the 110th anniversary of the University Book Store in Seattle. 144
On Subbing N/A Roche, Dave 2008 Third Edition, 4000 copies. A collection of stories about substituting as a Special Education paraeducator. 128
Seattle Passive Aggressive 11 Ballinger, James 2014 Local metal/punk/heavy zine. Bands covered: Deadkill, Lb.!, Tacos!. Also a page on DIY venue The Nuthole. 10
Old Man Winter (And Other Sordid Tales) N/A Yost, J.T. 2009 Comic collection: super dark and depressing tales with few words. 57
Xerography Debt 25 Breier, Davida Gypsy 2009 A review zine! Includes reviews of proably a hundred zines from 2009. 63
45RPM Series: Radon N/A Cometbus, Aaron; Fristoe, Travis 2013 A biography of seminal punk band Radon. 43
On The Mend: Spring N/A Gore, Ariel 2013 "This is a zine about death and love and nice pie." A zine about grief via making things, even when you may not be any good at making them. 30
The Curious Case Of The Communist Jell-O Box N/A Hoerger, Michael; Partlow, Mia ? More of a poster, really, but published by Microcosm, so I keep it in my zine collection. A retelling of the story of Julius & Ethel Rosenberg via paper clippings, court transcripts and design. 2
Rhubarb Pie 4 Reiter, Jessica "Red"; Spangler, Katie "Kat" 1998 Half-size ska magazine from Santa Cruz, CA. Scooter-focused issue, articles on the New York Ska Scene, "retro" websites, swing vs. ska dance styles, and cocktails, and band pieces on Unsteady, The Condiments, The Selecter, and a Big Time Operator interview. 14
Canyonlands N/A Garber, Joe 2013 Comic roadtrip and spirit quest through the desert southwest and your mind. 123
Found Magazine 8 Rothbart, Davy 2012 A collection of found objects submitted by readers. 96
Clouds Electric And Seaworthy Sleeper N/A Kunin, Johanna 2005 Not really a zine, but also kind of. It's the sheet music for a couple Johanna Kunin records, combined into a 1/4-size book. Also includes some art between songs. #39/??? 66
Impulse 2004 N/A Various 2004 I think I bought this during my student teaching at Ingraham High School in Seattle. It's a collection of student art and writing in a 1/4 size zine. 60
Toothpaste For Dinner N/A Toothpaste, Drew 2005 A collection of daily one-panel web comics. Mostly funny. 223
New Job N/A Brown, Sam 2002 A standalone full color comic book by the creator of explodingdog.com. Generally it's about a new job. 20
A Box Of Bunny Suicides N/A Riley, Andy 2005 Includes The Book Of Bunny Suicides and Return Of The Bunny Suicides. Single or multiple panel comics about suicidal bunnies. Hilarious. 192
Exploding Dog 2001 N/A Brown, Sam 2007 Webcomic who takes suggestions for titles of drawings by email and then turns them into full color, one-panel comics. Usually heartfelt or comedic images in a bold, but simple style. 250
Cometbus 56 Cometbus, Aaron 2015 Stories about New York booksellers. Typed out, not handwritten. Bound and formatted like a paperback book more than a zine. 112
Sensitive Monsters 2 Gordon, Marty 2015 Bold and dark sketches of, as the title states, sensitive monsters. 22
Sensitive Monsters 1 Gordon, Marty 2014 The first issue of bold and dark sketches of particularly sensitive monsters. 23
I Think Our Friend Dan Might Be A Dolphin N/A Stanton, James The 2015 1/4 size comic zine about some guy named Dan. He might be a dolphin. By the creator of Gnartoons, but I don't think this is an official issue or anything. 18
As You Were 4 Clem, Mitch; Ehrlich, Avi 2015 Collection of comics centered around the punkhouse. 117
Doris 6 Crabb, Cindy ? 1/4 size issue, perzine and feminism. I really wanted to do a better job at making this list and showing off my knowledge of zines, but I haven't even read this one. I'm just a crappy collector, I guess. 46
Doris 8 Crabb, Cindy 1997 Comics and stories and left-wing politics. 38
Doris 9 Crabb, Cindy ? Drawings and stories of travel in the Yukon 26
Doris 10 Crabb, Cindy 1998 Drawings and stories of travel in Siberia, Chechnya and Norway 26
Doris 11 Crabb, Cindy ? Back to anarchism and personal politics. 30
Doris 12 Crabb, Cindy ? Deeply personal, this one. Stories of abortions and relationships and the like. 1/4 size format. 52
Doris 13 Crabb, Cindy ? Stories! 30
Doris 14 Crabb, Cindy ? Comics and stories and protest. 30
Doris 15 Crabb, Cindy ? DIY anti-depression issue. Almost entirely comics. 26
Doris 16 Crabb, Cindy ? 1/4 size once again! Stories of punk politics. 32
Doris 17 Crabb, Cindy 2001 Reprinting of old stories and comics. 66
Doris 19 Crabb, Cindy 2002 Stories about topics that begin with A, B or C. Anarchism, abortion, boats, books, etc. 34
Doris 20 Crabb, Cindy 2002 Continues the "encyclopedia" series, topics that begin with D-G. Deserts, emergency, fishing, Gainsville, etc. 30
Doris 21 Crabb, Cindy 2003 Volume 3 of the "encyclopedia", stories and comics with titles that begin with G-I. Girl gangs, how to numb yourself, hell, gender etc. 30
Doris 22 Crabb, Cindy 2004 Volume 4 of the "encyclopedia," I-K stories. Interviews, jokes, just in case (emergency contraception), etc. 31
Doris 23 Crabb, Cindy 2006 The "encyclopedia" set continues: L-O. Love, Menstrual Extraction, Ocean, etc. Published by Microcosm. 32
Doris 24 Crabb, Cindy 2007 I think this continues the "encyclopedia". Stories are Ohio, Politics, Power, Punk, Protection, etc. 31
Doris 25 Crabb, Cindy ? The "encyclopedia" series seems to have paused at Q. This issue is full of questions and a story called Quitting. 28
Doris 26 Crabb, Cindy ? Stories and comics with titles like Robin, Shy, Social Ecology, Truth lead me to believe the "encyclopedia" continues! Yay! 20
Doris 27 Crabb, Cindy 2009 The final volume of the encyclopedia set. It only took 7 years. Stories and comics U-Z, + a little more. 25
Doris 28 Crabb, Cindy 2011 A collection of stories by Cindy and a few contributions from others. Topics include racism, buying land, and turning 40! 30
Doris 29 Crabb, Cindy 2012 I love how this zine keeps switching formats. Back down to 1/4 size for this issue. Topics like Gender Identity, Mini-horses, Voting, Brokeback Mountain and a Rock Camp for Girls. 30
Doris 30 Crabb, Cindy 2013 Community, Book Reviews, Bees, Study Groups, Accountability, an interview with Support New York, and a tour recap. 30
Doris 31 Crabb, Cindy 2014 Cape Cod, Reparations, and Lambs. But not really that, more about racism, vegetarianism and personal stories. 10
Snake Pit Split With My Stupid Life N/A Snakepit, Ben and Clem, Mitch 2014 Second printing with orange cover of this daily comic split zine by two great artists. 50
Snake Pit Quarterly 16 Snakepit, Ben 2005 September-December. Daily three-panel comic about the everyday life of a punk. Literally every day. 32
Snake Pit Quarterly 15 Snakepit, Ben 2005 June-September. Daily three-panel comic about the everyday life of a punk. Each day has a song reference! 32
Snake Pit Quarterly 14 Snakepit, Ben 2005 March-June. Daily three-panel comic about the everyday life of a punk. 32
Snake Pit Gets Old N/A Snakepit, Ben 2013 2010-2012 collection of the daily three-panel comics of everyday punk life. 287
Snake Pit 2009 N/A Snakepit, Ben 2010 First edition, 2000 copies. The entire year of Ben Snakepit's life in 2009. 96
Snake Pit 2008 N/A Snakepit, Ben 2009 First edition, 4000 copies. The entire year of Ben Snakepit's life in 2008. Must have been more popular in 2008 than 2009. 96
Snake Pit 2007 N/A Snakepit, Ben 2008 First edition, 4000 copies. The entire year of Ben Snakepit's life in 2007, three panels of comic art a day. 96
The Snake Pit Book N/A Snakepit, Ben 2004 Big collection of the first three years of Snake Pit. I think the reason why I like this so much is because Mr. Snakepit is only a couple years older than me, so it's like a glimpse in to an alternate version of my future. Includes an intro letter by Aaron Cometbus. 288
My Life In A Jugular Vein N/A Snakepit, Ben 2007 The second big collection of the daily three panel comics. This one comes witha CD sampler of the songs mentioned in each daily strip. 288
As You Were 3 Clem, Mitch (editor) 2014 28 punk comic contributors gathered under the subtitle "big, big changes" for volume 3. 112
As You Were 2 Clem, Mitch (editor) 2013 Punk comic anthology focused on stories of "mosh pits." 88
As You Were 1 Clem, Mitch (editor) 2013 Punk comic anthology focused on house shows! 76
Nothing Nice To Say 2 Clem, Mitch 2008 Volume 2 of punk webcomics turned into punk real comics. Well, volume 2 in name, but there is no volume 1, really. Punk rock! 128
Last Call: America's Great Gone Music Venues 1 Franklin, Noel 2013 Graphic novel history of three music venues that have closed: OK Hotel in Seattle, Dingo Bar in Albuquerque, and Club Lingerie in Hollywood. 24
Gone Girl 1 Franklin, Noel 2013 Intensely shaded comic stories of Seattle 24
The Imaginary Zine N/A Various 2012 Zine chronicling various submissions to the Three Imaginary Girls website. Includes a Mix CD with exclusive songs. 56
Man Of Straw 1 Nordaker, Jeremy 1993? Political zine from my high school. Wide range of topics that hardcore kids would like. 22
Man Of Straw 4 Nordaker, Jeremy 1994? Hardcore politics and music, ads and everything. Pro distribution, even. This high school zine grew up quick! 32
Friday! 3 Beyer, Mike 1994? In high school, Mike lived down the street from me and also played the drums, but was in a way better band. This is his short personal zine with some cool collages. 10
F.O.G. (Free Our Government) 1 DeVera, Matt "Matier" 1996 Another in my high school zine collection. One of my brother's friends had a pretty cool zine and he sent it to me while I was in college. I took an ad out in it, actually. Fun politics both personal and of a wider scope. 18
Menace N/A Goldman, Emma ? Two essays printed in a zine format: Minorities Versus Majorities and Patriotism: A Menace To Liberty 16
Anarchism: What It Really Stands For N/A Goldman, Emma ? An essay by Emma Goldman printed by Infringement Press (001, actually). I probably picked this up at Left Bank Books to see if I was an anarchist. I'm probably not. 10
heart murmur / Cryptic Slaughter ? / 24 Rouse, Benjamin and Giovanni 2007 Stories of social work by a local seattle DIY hero and punkhouse stalwart and stories of Europe by a guy I don't even know. 20
Tea Party 1 Galvin, Sarah ? I think I got this at a reading at Left Bank Books. I accidentally stumbled across these poems and was really stoked on them after the author read them. 7
Tea Party 2 Galvin, Sarah ? The second issue of this poetry collection zine. I remember emailing the author to get notified about the next issue, but that never happened. Ah well. 8
Nod 1 me 1994 Before livejournal, there were zines. I had a typewriter and my friend worked at Kinko's, so.... 22
Nod 2 me 1994 Issue 2 was like issue 1. Lyrics from my band, pop-punk record reviews, zine reviews and a rant about doing your homework. 14
Nod 3 me 1994 This one's really bad. I try to define punk, profess my love for a girl and my love for knee-high socks and other embarrassing stuff. Ugh. However, there's a good article about my friend John, who taught me a lot as a kid. 14
Nod 4 me 1995 So, that professing your love for a girl in your zine thing is a mistake. Stick to what you know: tour diaries, school violence, and pop-punk. 14
Nod 5 me 1995 The last high school version of my high school zine. I had a lot to learn about feminism, that's for sure. I guess I was on a deadline, because there's not a lot of content in this one. 18
Nod 6 me 1995 Went to college, discovered ska music, put out another pretty bad issue of my high school zine. Can't hurt to leave a bunch of copies around school, right? 14
Nod 7 me 1996 The last issue of my short-lived zine. Somebody called my number and left a message that was pretty spot on about issue 6. So I wrote about it and internalized that my zine wasn't really that good, which it isn't, of course. This issue was the best, though. Politics and a bit of the personal, as well as new band lyrics. 26
Ear 2 my brother 1996 My brother started a zine! Comedy, tour stories, anti-racism, and more. Proud! 18
The Heart Is Also A Furnace N/A Powers, Magdalen 2005 Collection of punk-short stories and prose about "bizarre dreams, serene desires, and moments of cracked innocence". I don't remember what that means. 43
Does God Exist? 12 Proofs Of The Nonexistence Of God N/A Faure, Sebastien 1999 An anarchist fights God via the written word. Fun read. Also, it has a cool 1930's font for the subtitles. 32
Trainwreck 3 Trainwreck, Dave 2008? This zine features some interviews with my friend Chunk, who is rad. Also a Mitch Clem comic based on a MTX song, which is rad. Plus, some other stuff. So, this is pretty rad. 42
Unrest 1 Ryan? 1994? Political zine from my high school days. Comics, collages, and a story about rebelling against the high school football coach. Good times! 30
Man Of Straw 3 Jeremy? 1994? Another political zine from my high school. Ave kids, skinheads, environment, etc. 10
Unrest 2 Ryan? 1995? Political zine from high school. Veganism, anti-school, anti-fascism, etc. My high school was pretty progressive, I guess. 26
Sofar 1 Quinn? 1994? Vegan zine from my high school friends. A picture and some hand-written words on each page. 1/2 page format stapled hot-dog style instead of hamburger style. That was a purposeful analogy. 6
Defacto 1 Matt, James, Tim 1996? Awesome dark-ink line art, personal politics, and more high school stuff from a couple cool kids. Got this via mail while in college and was stoked. 42
Damn The Frequency 1 1993? Psychedelic sketches, collage art, some drugs and exploration of offensiveness. I think this is another one of my high school zines, but I don't remember who made it. 24
Spike -N- Floyd's Sick And Twisted Catalog + Zine Fat Wreck Chords 1996 A catalog I got from Fat Wreck Chords. Looks like I used the catalog part, so this is pretty worthless, but I'm a hoarder of things like this so.... I still have it. 16
Static 2 Kawabata, Ian 1995 My high school friend and I were in a band. This issue struggled with me going away to college and our bassist doing the same while he stayed home. Also some stuff about getting a job and loneliness and philosophy. 20
Static 3 Kawabata, Ian 1995 When I went to college, my high school friend stayed home. He fell in love with ska, wrote about some pop-punk, music in general and included some drawings by his girlfriend in this issue. 20
Static 1 Kawabata, Ian 1995 My high school friend made a short zine with a comic, some lyrics from bands, a story about friends and some love advice that was pretty on point. 12
Dummy 1 Jordan, Ian 1994 My other high school friend named Ian came over and borrowed my typewriter and we worked on zines together. His is more political (veganism, abortion, gay rights) and collaborative than mine. He was always a better writer. 20
Dummy 3 Jordan, Ian 1995 Probably the largest of the high school zines I have, with the most contributions. Good piece about the punkhouse we went to (expanding our suburban world by a lot) while on tour, selling out, lots of veganism including a list of non-vegan ingredients, prom, emo, religion, etc. Good stuff. 40
An American Hero Matt 1994? Super political zine from my high school. I should have hung out with these political kids at school more. Political comics and some intense political writing. This is good. 20
Stupid 1 Hong, John 1992 This is the zine that got me into zines and maybe started my whole high school on zines. Or maybe the high school was zining already and John just wrote this as part of the crowd, but he never was part of the crowd. Good bands, some comics, anti-school essays, and I contributed some terrible poems. 12
You Go! 4 Ryan, Bailey and Galen 1997 A ska zine from Santa Cruz. Interviews, record reviews, zine reviews, comics, and ads for little ska labels in the area. 20
You Go! 2 Ryan, Bailey and Galen 1996 1/4 size ska zine with sooooo many checkers. Also an interview with ska band Blind Spot and a description of how Mike Park split with Skankin' Pickle and started Asian Man records, for some reason. Important stuff, though. 20
You Go! 5 Ryan, Bailey and Galen 1997 You can tell it's a ska zine because there's a scooter on the cover. Also the interviews with The Scofflaws and Venice Shoreline Chris, the ska show reviews, the ska record reviews, and the ska ads. 20
Rhubarb Pie 1? Reiter, Jessica (editor) 1997 Full size zine about ska. Interview with Mephiskapheles, and anti-moshing-at-ska-shows article, a quiz on what kind of pickle you are (pre-internet!), and a skins and punks article. A really official looking zine from Santa Cruz. 10
Brother's Hood 1 Morrow, Quin 1994? Another of my high school zine collection. A fellow skater friend wrote a political and slightly personal zine. Veganism, gun control, some feminism, and skating, an essay about River Phoenix and some other more personal stuff. I like this one. 30
Brother's Hood 2 Morrow, Quin 1994 Issue two continues the wide-ranging themes, but borrows heavily from some pre-typed book or something for about a third of the pages. Then a number of stories and pictures about race cars and a few bits of art. 38
Violet 1 Stebbings, Jen and Figurelli, Johanna 1994 Fantastic zine I probably should have read harder back when it came out. Domestic abuse help line, comics, some song lyrics, amazing collages, religion, social critique on fashion and fads, anti-censorship, and more. Pretty great. 22
Violet 2 Stebbings, Jen and Figurelli, Johanna 1995? More awesome themes, like some quizzes about multiple intelligences, anti-fashion industry stuff, some social commentary, but not as many awesome collages. 22
Green Day Idiot Club Fanzine ? Green Day 1994 I loved Green Day from 1991 until... well now, probably. In my zine collection is this zine-sized mailing I must have got from being an obsessive nerd or something. This is a pivotal document in their history, though. This is from just after Dookie came out and just before the national tour with Pansy Division. Too bad I cut part of a page out and filled out the fan club form (but never mailed it in). 6
Coin-Op 7 Inch 3 Hoey, Peter and Maria 2013 Strip Mall (Instrumental) issue, 129/500. A cool comic in 7" vinyl shape of illustrated Billboard hits from the late 50s and early 60's. Cool architectural style. 12
Coin-Op 7 Inch 2 Hoey, Peter and Maria 2013 Your Smile (At The Top Of The Dial) issue, 153/500. This 7" shape comic is a retrospective on radio through an interesting story and an amazing art style. 12
Coin-Op 7 Inch 1 Hoey, Peter and Maria 2012 You Don't Look Like (Anyone I Know), 253/500. This is the first of the 7" comic series set in the 50's and drawn in a beautiful and precise architectural style. This story is about following a man. 12
Cometbus 30 Cometbus, Aaron 1993? This issue contains the most memorable piece from Cometbus for me, the description of punk rock love that high-school me aspired to. Some letters, some contributions and some classic Cometbus stories. 58
Cometbus 31 Cometbus, Aaron 1994 No contributions, just Aaron's hand-written script for pages and pages of punk rock stories. 82
Cometbus 32 Cometbus, Aaron 1994 This issue continues the style that would be repeated in many issues to come: just the stylized handwriting and traveling punk stories. 50
Cometbus 33 Cometbus, Aaron 1995 The classic cop-out episode of every TV series is the one where they just loosely tie together clips from old episodes. Issue 33 is just selections from Cometbus 22 and 23, previously released in 1986. Ostensibly, it's to expose modern readers to the past material. It's also a precursor to the omnibuses that were released much later. And really, it's pretty tough to make a zine, so I should let up. I mean, I bought it, right? 62
Cometbus 34 Cometbus, Aaron 1995 "The official theme of this issue is mail..." This really gets into Mr. Cometbus' penchant for history. That might be what makes him one of the greats: his understanding of the moment in the context of the history that preceded it. 78
Cometbus 35 Cometbus, Aaron 1995? "The short story issue." Cometbus really settles into a style at this point: a collection of Aaron's stories, hand written, no B/S. Okay, maybe the style still varies, but this is the style he keeps returning to. 46
Cometbus 36 Cometbus, Aaron 1996? I think Aaron always wanted to write books, not zines. Probably just adapted his book dreams to the only medium available to him and then slowly modified that format to be a damn book. One thick block of Cometbus handwriting font. 85
Cometbus 37 Cometbus, Aaron 1996? A collection of Cometbus' contributions to other publications. Some of it is typed, though! So weird! 54
Cometbus 38 Cometbus, Aaron 1996? Another story issue. Told you this was the theme! I should probably re-read these so I can sound more intelligent. 54
Cometbus 38 1/2 Cometbus, Aaron Jan 1997 "Ten Years at Gilman: A Scrapbook" This issue is fantastic. Gilman is the most famousest of all the DIY all-ages venue and my band almost got to play there once in the 90's. We'd probably have been killed for sucking so bad, but whatever. The flyer on the back for the Cometbus benefit show would have been amazing: Green Day, Brent's TV, Filth, Blatz and Juke, some of my favorite east bay bands. Anyways, there's a bunch of cool flyers and stories about Gilman in this one. My copy is a little messed up, but I probably paid like $1000 online for it. Sucker. 18
Cometbus 39 Cometbus, Aaron 1997 A comics issue! Not a collection of different artists, just one artist's work collected by Aaron. A pretty cool style, defintely about punk stories and what not. 62
Cometbus 40 Cometbus, Aaron 1997 A contribution issue. I don't know, they're, like, stories and stuff. Is anyone even going to read this page? 62
Cometbus 41 Cometbus, Aaron 1997? More of Aaron's stories: relationships, punk rock, Berkeley, etc. 46
Cometbus 42 Cometbus, Aaron 1998? A massive collection of stories about one punk house: Double Duce. 124
Cometbus 43 Cometbus, Aaron 1998? Another collection issue of articles/stories/comics Aaron wrote for other zines. Zines like Doris, Absolutely Zippo, Slingshot, and more. Man, the 90's zine scene was great, right? 46
Cometbus 44 Cometbus, Aaron 1999 This one's a collection of stories from St. Louis. I've been there. I ate at a place that serves only macaroni and cheese. 32
Cometbus 45 Cometbus, Aaron 1999? I'm no expert but I feel like Cometbus really reached peak popularity around this issue. Like Aaron could just write anything and people would snap it up. Well, I own all these issues, so clearly I'm a sucker for collections of random punk stories and my romantic, outsider image of the punk lifestyle. 60
Cometbus 46 Cometbus, Aaron 1999? A selection of interviews with people who ran and frequented the Dead End Cafe, a collectively owned punk cafe with all the suspected dysfunctions and good intentions. 82
Cometbus 47 Cometbus, Aaron 1999? Aaron switched printers for this issue: no more staples! Still just his writing, however. A collection of stories he calls a novel with the subtitle of "Lanky." I assume it's about a girl. 90
Cometbus 48 Cometbus, Aaron 2000? I'm gonna be honest, this is probably my least favorite issue of cometbus. I spent a lot of my punk days hating hippies and this is basically a collection of interviews with folks who were involved with a hippie commune. Now, I'm interested in the idea of returning to a simpler life, but I'm also trying to recognize my privilege to be able to just choose to do that. And my privilege to complain about those who do, I guess. Whatever, hippie. 68
Cometbus 49 Cometbus, Aaron 2001? The last of the fancy binding issues, this time without a semi-glossy cover. Back to a contribution format, as well. Lots of different stuff in this, as you'd expect. 82
Cometbus 50 Cometbus, Aaron 2003? An interesting format for this one. The front cover almost looks like a checkout line magazine and advertises interviews, stories and a bookstore report. Also some contributions and some typed stuff from Aaron. In the next issue, he moves away from hand-writing all the issues. Perhaps this is the first issue to hint at that? 94
Cometbus 51 Cometbus, Aaron 2008 Wait, what's this typed business? Is the handwriting gone? It's more like a novel for this issue, subtitled "The Loneliness Of The Electric Menorah." Seems to be a chronicle of Bay Area bookstores. 96
Cometbus 52 Cometbus, Aaron 2009 Another collection of St. Louis stories. How punk communities work in one city is surprisingly not much different than other cities, I'm afraid. Oh yeah, there's some red on the cover, too. Color! 65
Cometbus 53 Cometbus, Aaron 2010? There's a little green on the cover this time and a return to contributions in his analysis of punk culture through stories. 58
Cometbus 54 Cometbus, Aaron 2011 Remember back around 10 issues ago when I bragged I'd been to St. Louis. Well, I bought issue 54 on that trip. It's about Aaron going on tour with Green Day to China. It's one of the best issues because it's a relevant critique of how punk has grown up and what it's become and hasn't become and is trying to be and what it's not. Perfect for folks who grew up in the era and now wonder how it affected them or how they affected it. Poignant, heartfelt and honest, just like punk should be. 96
Cometbus 55 Cometbus, Aaron 2013 This issue is subtitled "Pen Pals" and again features color on the cover. This is my most recent full issue of cometbus and I have no recolleciton of reading it. Much of my collection of zines I just pick up because I am obsessed with having a complete set. After issue 54, I felt somewhat done with cometbus, yet here's issue 55 in my hands. Undoubtedly, it's about a city and punk and people and finding ourselves in the worst of times. 72
Cometbus 55 3/4 Cometbus, Aaron 2014 Man, online auction sites really get me. Oh, a special edition of cometbus only available at one bookstore? Sure, I'll pay ten times the cover price for that! Idiot. It's a bit of a collection of articles form other zines, again. Seems like mostly Berkeley stories, as well, which is appropriate given that it was released to celebrate California Book Store Day. 58
Cometbus N/A Cometbus, Aaron 2005 Mixed Reviews. A mini-novel by Aaron Cometbus. Shiny cover and fancy binding, as well as the smaller-than-zine size, set it apart from Aaron's other writing. It's still a collection of things previously published, all centered around New York. I'm not sure why this isn't called an issue of his zine. 68
Cometbus N/A Cometbus, Aaron 2004 Chicago Stories book. Reprinting of stories from Cometbus issues. Obviously stories about Chicago, duh. 41
Top Shelf 7 Warnock, Brett 2002 A comic anthology, showcasing a bunch of indie comic artists. Wide variety of styles, some color, most B&W. 96
Dang! N/A Cendreda, Martin 2004 Comic about a dog's encounters with some different folks. 32
Born to Lurk, Forced to Work N/A Paterson, Alana 2012 Photo zine! Skateboarding and skateboarding culture. Lots of shots of Burnside, so I assume Portland based. Awesome. 30
Pen Erases Paper N/A Wallman, Sam 2013 Intensely detailed comic art and powerful queer activisim. People are literally twisted together in many images, and so is the mix of comedy and poetic observance. 50
How Do You Like What You Have N/A Denitzio, Lauren 2014 Artwork collection from a member of cool punk bands, so this is a record label release, kind of. Cross-hatch art exploring shadows and texture. Also, a poem. 40
Chewbaccalypse 1 Nichols, Shaun 2001 Issue 1 of zines are always great. Even greater when they're written by someone who seems young and pumped to do stuff. This Shaun kid likes coffee and wants to improve the punk scene in Alameda. He also got interviews with Atom & His Package and Joe Franke (Plan 9, Fracas, Axis Comics). Fun story: I bought a bunch of these zines from Joe Franke/Axis via a popular online auction site! Plus, "Chewbaccalypse" am I right? 18
Kill 2 Murphy, Kevin 1994? Jawbox interview and Engine Kid tour story, so that's rad already. Also, the author was in Farside, so that's rad. Then, there's maybe a pro-animal research thing that's just too long to read, so I didn't. Actually all the interviews/articles are too long so I didn't really read any of them. Except that Engine Kid "tour" story because I love Engine Kid. 40
Out Of Step 1 Mouton, Christophe 2005 Belgian hardcore/punk fanzine. Lots of comic sans font and festival/show ads, unfortunately, but the content is pretty solid: interviews, reviews and band profiles. 42
The Girls of Burnt Ram N/A Wolfley, Larry 2003? A chronicle of underground (and therefore illegal) punk club Burnt Ramen in Richmond, CA. I can't tell if this is exploitative or empowering, so it feels a little weird. It's basically photos of girls who were at shows or playing shows at the venue. It's not particularly showing any skin or anything, it's just kind of weird. 22
Go For Seven 1 Kindberg, S? 2005? Bay Area comic zine. The comics are largely about clown jesus, or a couple stories from Oregon about waking up drunk in a field or a girlfriend that won't let you display your toy collection and are pretty poorly done. The cover is nice. Also, this is issue x/50, whatever that means, and the hand-written, corrected addresses are a fun feature. 18
Gadgie 16 Marv 2002 English zine. Why does my foreign zine collection have so much comic sans font??? I hate comic sans. This particular zine is severely dense with text, as well. However, they have fun English slang and, while skimming through I found a story about a party where they were going to listen to Seattle drone-core band Earth at midnight, so I was reminded that the world is as tiny as the goddamn comic sans font in this zine. Also there's some record and zine reviews and football (soccer) stuff. Plus the author really likes Blondie. 26
Death's Car (Has California Plates) 7 Retka, Aaron 1999 Post-college Colorado Springs zine. The punk rock crossword puzzle is sweet (1 across: The Promise Ring sez "Make me a ____"). The rest of it is interviews, reviews, and various contributed columns in carefully formatted, but fading xerox ink. 42
And All That Jazz 1 Peggy Sue and Betty 2003 A duck has a blue mohawk and gold teeth. That's the writing style happening in this one. The rant about Bay Area Mexican food being terrible has the most coherence and is probably the least true part of the whole zine (according to this gringo). There's a couple other coherent things between the word explosions of the other stories. It's also in an interesting format, 1/2 size but not folded over and just one side of each page. 20
#ShoutYourAbortion 1 Bonow, Amelia 2016 This is important work. Issue one is a collection of thank you notes to abortion providers. As a due who cares about this kind of stuff, I want to do more than just type about this in some stupid list of my collected zines. I want everyone to read it. More importantly, I want everyone to believe it. Click here and learn more. 52
Razorcake 90 Taylor, Todd 2015 It's rare that a zine lasts 15 years, but this is the 15 year anniversary issue of Razorcake. It's in glossy mag size, jam packed with contributions, and has all kinds of fancy interviews, formatting, and ads. Sad news is I have never paid for an issue, they always just get sent to me with record orders. 112
Stars and Scars 5 Jankowski, Elyse 2004 An indie music zine. Interviews (Hot Water Music! My Chemical Romance?), book review, zine reviews, CD reviews, concert reviews, ads. My favorite quote is "Good luck if you end up creating a zine! Who knows; it could be the next AP, SPIN or Rolling Stone!" The zine aims high, that's for sure. I like it's ambition. 30
Fruit and Dinosaur N/A Walker, Scott 1998? I kid you not, this appears to be a collection of photocopied encyclopedia drawings of, you guessed it, fruit and dinosaurs. It's a weird size, string bound, numbered 10/50, and Scott Walker's signature is pretty neat. However, it's impossible to find anything out about this or him on the internet because of that stupid Governor from Wisconsin. Pretty brave to end with Icthyosaur, though. 9
The Afterburner 3 Stewart, Rob ? An indie comic in classic style. Sci-fi and slighlty exploitative scantily dressed ladies. Doc Freedom and Colt Rafter are some character names, so.... 12
Go Away, Spiders 2 Winston, Sammy 2002 A graffiti and hardcore zine from California. A couple interviews and graffiti pictures. Apparently the author was in All Bets Off. 14
Waterintobeer / Gadgie 8 / 18 Luke B, Turtle Tim, Luke D, Marv Jolly 2004 English zine based in Leeds. The Waterintobeer side is interviews and reviews and standard zine stuff. The Gadgie side is in comic sans font so I didn't read it. 64
Life is a Joke 5 Franke, Joe 1989 Poorly drawn comics and a strange, disjointed composition. Sort of like a random collection of nihilistic fortune cookies. I kind of like it. 18
Life is a Joke 6 Franke, Joe 1990 This random collection of stuff seems loosely organized around religion. Still very disjointed and nihilistic. Fun! 18
The Road to War: One-Act Plays N/A Franke, Joe 1991? Man, this is definitely what it says on the tin. Joe continues his nihilistic outlook on life with some pretty funny plays. I wouldn't say they're particularly creative, but they're good for a laugh. 21
Life is a Joke 9 Franke, Joe 1993? It really must be tiring to be this depressed and negative about the world. But it's kinda fun to read, in a weird way. 18
Life is a Joke 10 Franke, Joe 1996 More disjointed dark humor from Joe. I wouldn't read more than two issues of this at once, by the way. 18
Life is a Joke 4 Franke, Joe 1989 "Stories, Comics, Art, Crap." reads the tagline. That's pretty accurate. There are all of those things in this zine. 14
Life is a Joke 7 Franke, Joe 1991? I really should have looked at these on different days or something. I'm getting a bit burnt out on nihilism and dark humor. It seems Joe did about 10 issues spread out over about as many years, so I guess that's the secret. 18
Life is a Joke 8 Franke, Joe ? An interesting twist in the Life is a Joke series: typewriter! Still bad comics and dark humor. 18
Manor Threat N/A Snakepit, Ben 2016 Another three-year collection of three-pane daily comics about the life of an aging punk. He's bought a house and an economy car and still can't draw. I'm going to read this on a plane, I'm sure. 286
How To Ruin A Record Label: The Story Of Lookout! Records N/A Livermore, Larry 2015 Not really a zine, per se, but still written by a punk and published by a record label. This is pure nostalgia for me, as I was weaned from mainstream radio on Lookout! Records music and spent a lot of money collecting the first 100 offerings in my adult years. I'm really looking forward to reading this one. 283
Spy Rock Memories N/A Livermore, Larry 2013 Another Larry Livermore book in my recent Microcosm order. I'm always interested in the back-to-the-land idea, but don't have the balls to forgo modern conveniences. Maybe when I'm old. 239
Punk USA: The Rise And Fall Of Lookout! Records N/A Prested, Kevin 2014 A counterpoint to Livermore's history of Lookout as told thorugh interviews. I'm getting old, so it's time to get nostalgic for when America was great and pop-punk ruled the land, right? 191
Just Because I Didn't Leave The Driving To Us, I Got Jailed And Juiced Good N/A Weinman, Paul 1997 A reprinted copy of a 1991 poetry zine about a rider on a hijacked bus. Three different publishers listed on the back: Suburban Wilderness Press, Something For Nothing, and A.T.H. Press. Interesting. 14
Dimestore 4 Pranay 2000 I love the handwriting style in this one. The very precise little capital letters really speak to me. Half perzine, half music zine, an article about a friend who died and an outro about moving out after high school. Well put together and excellent writing. This is a well done zine. 30
Collapse 1 ? 2004 This is basically a 20 1/2-page letter from your really punk friend who is trying to convert you from just a normal slave to the man to an enlightened. It's pretty exhausting. There's also a sticker stapled to the back that reads "YOU ARE IN PRISON". 19
Creepy Mike's Omnibus Of Fun 9 Creepy Mike 2000 There was a while there in the '90's where you could just be a wingnut and you'd be pretty cool. Like, the early alternative days just took all kinds of weird music and celebrated it. When punk got big, things got sort of normalized, so a zine that collects all the weirdness is, well... weird to me. There are interviews with bands I've never heard of, music and zine reviews, and some comics. A number of the bands are Japanese, who tend to specialize in weird bands, so that's cool, too. 38
Frothing At The Mouth 3 Rhudy, Ellen 2004 A collection of short fiction works. It's in a plastic cover, but it's waterstained somehow... The internet says this is eclectic fiction. I'm not sure I'm excited enough by the look of it to read the zine right now, though. 42
Giant Haystacks N/A Giant Haystacks 2002 Combination zine and CD-R. The music is eclectic east bay pop-punk, frantic and poorly recorded with jangly guitar sounds and some singers in another room or something. The zine is the band's answer to Oprah's lifestyle magazine and has a little taste of every punk zine feature in it's few pages: poetry, political rant, perzine-style story, sparse art, and a collage. Not going to change my life or anything, but it's definitely a thing. 8
Kill-Away 1 ? 2000? Bay Area hardcore zine. Mostly band interviews with questions about who would win in a fight. Lots of xerox ink on this one and some interesting collages. I like how all the interviews end with a nice, succinct caps-lock blast: END OF INTERVIEW. I don't like hardcore all that much, though. 22
The Lucky Noodle 1 Claxton, Jo 2002 Something is definitely happening in this comic zine. It's disjointed and weird. The style on the cover (inside and out) is interesting with a little computer manipulation, but the inner pages are just regular comic stuff. I don't know, comics aren't really my jam. 20
Support N/A Crabb, Cindy 2002 I own a couple zines like this; zines that are capital letters IMPORTANT. This zine is about supporting people who have been sexually abused. It's necessary and vital. The zine starts with a discussion of consent and only gets better from there with deeply personal articles, comics and submissions, exactly like the punk ethos requires. Everyone should read this. 64
Speaking My Truth 56 Naeco, Willow 2001 Former sex-worker's monthly personal zine. Each issue wrapped with string, it seems. This issue covers an obsessive partner nicknamed Cling Wrap. 14
Speaking My Truth 54 Naeco, Willow 2001 Former sex-worker's monthly personal zine. Each issue wrapped with string, it seems. Dating advice from a contributor and a list of what attracts WIllow to a partner. My copy also has an "inventory closeout" catalog which is interesting. 20
Coffee: Life's Black Blood N/A Franke, Joe 1990 Does what it says on the tin and talks about coffee. Henry Rollins is credited with an article, even. People love this stuff. 18
Little Skull's Bay-Bee 11 Rodley and Carrie? 1989 I want to know a lot more about this zine. This issue is a collection of opinions about slam-dancing and The Sex Pistols. The art is awesome Southern California street style like all of my late 80's skateboards had. I wish I had so much more of this. 7
The Afterburner 2 Stewart, Rob ? An indie comic in classic style. Sci-fi and slighlty exploitative scantily dressed ladies. There are some ideas here, but it's all weird. Maybe needs an editor? 12
516 Pussy Girl Can't Fuck N/A ? ? This is a poetry zine, I guess? Pretty violent and lots of unnecessary swears. I guess it's edgy. I could be convinced to throw it away, I suppose. There's a shot from Taxi Driver on the back and a $0.48 price tag on the front. That might be too much. 18
Confused and Paranoid: A Winter In New York N/A Be, Willie ? A mini-zine about a trip to new york. Written entirely in haiku. And printed inversely on fluorescent green paper. 38
Bella Muerte Archives N/A Muerte, Bella 2005 A collection of writing by a self-professed connoisseur/creator of spiritual art. Lots of drawings with their boobs out and different fonts with unreadable serifs. Not really my jam, but some folks like this kind of thing, I guess. 24
Annoying Girl 9 Aplin, Kelly 1998? Interview with Tre Cool (Green Day), Pinhead Circus, and 30 Foot Fall, a story about revenge on a boy that chewed on some pens, some lists, some reviews, stories of being a merch girl, etc. I should have read more zines like this in the 90's. Not really a riot grrl zine, but often lumped in with that genre. Definitely just a pop-punk zine that happens to be created by a lady. 50
Bacon In The Beans: North American Yob 3 Johnson, Dale 2012 Classic zine style in the modern era. Contributions from around the world and some hand-drawn art. Stories of the 80s, some stuff about a really old hardcore band (still life.), and a review of Hellfest 2009. It took a while to make this, I take it. It's not earth-shattering, but it's a thing. 30
Saprophile 2 Landmark, Eric 1993 This is pretty amazing. A historical zine covering the A-Bomb, Superhighways (and the Nazi construction of the autobahn), and some history from 1963. Includes a reading list (of books!). Smartest zine I own, for sure. 44
Aborted Society 4 Rob From The Poor 2001 A crusty zine with a color cover? There's some CONFLICT here. Ha! Get it? Like the crust band? They are interviewed in this zine, too. Man, I'm good. I like the style of the inside, but the content is pretty standard crust stuff: everything sucks, go vegan, cops are dumb, hardcore, etc. 42
Psycho No. 1 Fan 1 Bogart, Seth 1998? Fantastic full size throwback zine by the dude from Hunx and his Punx. Classic fanzine style (like, actual fanzine from the 60s or whatever) and 80's heartthrobs in two color glory. The centerfold of Donny Osmond is perfect. Interviews with "trashy girls" and obsessions about various celebrities and bands. Awesome. 26
Wonka Vision 17 Luczejko, Justin 2002 Full sized glossy cover punk mag. So fancy. But weird formatting and accidentally pixelated images like a DIY zine. Lots of reviews and interviews (Hot Water Music, Rocky Votolato, a bunch of others), as well as an update on the stars of 80's movies. Lots of cheesy ads in the back for Philadelphia venues and various records. Aimed big and eventually made it, but this is definitely an issue from the early years. 91
Wonka Vision 16 Luczejko, Justin 2002 Glossy cover, punk insides. A bunch of interviews with indie record label people (Fat, Suburban Home, Jade Tree, Fueled By Ramen, Revelation) and a bunch of other stuff that a real rock magazine would cover if it cared about early 2000's indie/punk scenes. 82
Urban Guerrilla Zine 12 Unidos, Jay 2002 Almost full size (maybe A4? I don't know these things) newsprint zine. Really crusty bands with names with lots of swears or other attempts at offense. But there's also some awesome photography of shows. Why do show pictures look so good in black and white? 46
No Longer Blind 7 Stewart, Daniel 2000 Australian posi-core zine, mostly full size. Lots of interviews in what appears to be the last issue before he started Distort. Includes an interview with Suicidal Tendencies! Which doesn't seem very edge or posi, but still interesting. Also the standard reviews and what not. 36
Rolling Thunder 1 CrimethInc. 2005 Oh, anarchists. This full size magazine starts with a survey and a glossary, so it's non-stop hilarity, right? There's also a recipe for vegan french toast (with three pages of a story about love and protests). 112
New Noise 2 Root, Lisa 2013 Lots of glossy pages with hours and hours of layout work and font choices. But there are some cool interviews in this one! Rival Schools. Allison Weiss, BoySetsFire, Larry Livermore, Chunksaah Records... That may not excuse the QR code and the ads. So many ads. And so many Warped Tour bands. 81
Caustic Truths 85 Canadians 2002 Canadian glossy for the punk/indie scene. This is their 10th anniversary issue and it has Mighty Mighty Bosstones on the cover, so.... Did you know that Canadian bands can get cash from the government for being a band? This magazine is kind of Canadian in it's sort of unprofessionalness but wannabe professionalness. Anyways, standard rock format. 66
Under The Volcano 49 Black, Rich 1999 Late 90's interview/review full size zine. Alternative/punk and a little metal. I mean, Noam Chomsky, Luncahicks and Sick Of It All are in this one. There's a cool ad for the Leatherface/Hot Water Music split (the first of the BYO split series!). 70
Under The Volcano 56 Black, Rich 2000 This issue has an interview with Flavor Flav and Snapcase, so... it's a bit eclectic. Lots of fun indie/punk ads from 2000. Interesting piece of music history, I guess. 86
Implosion ? Lynn, Teri 1994? Interesting alternative zine. The back page is torn up on this copy, but there's also interviews with Drive Like Jehu and Alcohol Funnycar, so that's something. Also a San Francisco goth club review, a recap of the SF street fair and some other alternative stuff. 18
Bay Area Buzz 1 Richards, Kathleen 2002 Wait, the bay area needed another underground music zine in 2002? I thought there was always a thriving music scene there that was well documented? Well, these folks started a ine that looked to try to be all-encompassing, but seemed to start off rather slowly. It includes the local charts and upcoming releases. Also some live reviews, club calendar and other stuff that the SF Weekly takes care of. Tough crowd. 42
Dirt Culture 3 Garver, Ronnie 2000 Excellent design and awesome bands in this one. Bane! Fugazi! Anti-Flag! CKY! Awesome dark blue ink on newsprint and excellent use of punk xerox tricks. Fantastic looking zine! 62
Lizard's Eyelid ? Sandow, Sterling 1994 The early 90's were hard for old school punks. You know, Green Day and all that. People who liked Flipper and D.I. were sad because their scene was being infiltrated by people who didn't have to work for it all that hard. And it was conflicting. Maybe you liked Bad Religion and Rancid, but you didn't want anyone else to. So you type up a zine with interviews from your favorite bands and tell it like it used to be. Also, you put in an interview with Smashing Pumpkins because you like what you like. 30
Brilliancy Prize 2 Irwin, Phil 1998 Subtitled "Drink Around The Clock." So, I was bored almost instantly. It's also written by the dude from Rancid Vat, whose 7"'s I almost accidentaly bought once thinking they were Rancid records. So, I hold an almost grudge. 52
The Boogins 3 Farkass, Rene 1985 #102/500 hand numbered horror punk comic from the 80's. Lots of different styles of varying quality from the contributors. Even has a death count on the last page. Pretty rare, so hard to find info on it. It's from DC in the mid-80s, so that's cool, I guess. 35
Shredding Paper 18 C, Mel 2004 So many record reviews in this self-proclaimed "America's Record Review Magazine." Alphabetized by band, there are about 80 full-size pages of reviews. An overwhelming number of reviews. Some of them have stars by them. Wide range of music from Doors re-releases, to Morrissey records, to Oi! bands, to whatever. A couple interviews and book reviews in there too. Phew. 84
World War 3 Illustrated 27 Benton, Gregory; Tobocman, Seth; Worley, Jordan 1999 Political comics of various styles. Loosely centered around the concept of land ownership around the world and at home. To summarize: everything is messed up. 64
Urban Guerrilla Zine 16 Unidos, Jay 2005 Lots more photos of crusty punk shows. Also interviews with crusty bands (Kylesa, Amebix, etc.), reviews of crusty songs, and crustiness all around. 66
Toxic Flyer Fan Zine 30 Whitfield, Billy 2000 This zine smells weird. Show and music reviews, interviews, and some random things thrown in haphazardly from Baltimore. I've never been, but I hear Baltimore smells weird, too. 42
Salt Lake City Under Ground SLUG Magazine 192 Brown, Angela 2004 This probably doesn't count as a zine, it's basically a regular music magazine for Salt Lake City. Interviews and reviews and all that. Basically like any big town's weekly magazine, but monthly. My copy has two address stickers on it and some stains. It's pretty worthless. 46
Spank 26 Daugherty, Michelle; Daugherty, Doug 1999 Tons of reviews of some pretty good turn-of-the-century records. Cool selection of ads from Kill Rock Stars, Lookout!, and (cool for me) Bad Monkey Records. Lots of words at the start that I didn't read. I've typed up a lot of these and this zine probably deserves more... This copy has an extra sheet that they sent to reviewers, too. Fun. 54
Hit It Or Quit It 17 Hopper, Jessica 2002 Lots of letters begin this one, so I assume it's popular. Lots of in-depth essay contributions, too. Actually, the writing is pretty stellar. Apparently this counts as a Riot Grrrl zine according to the internet. I guess that's why I like it. 78
World War 3 Illustrated 23 Jones, Sabrina; Jimenez, Sandy 1996 A collection of political comics about education and growing up and stuff. This is relevant to my personal interests. I'll probably read it at some point. 97
World War 3 Illustrated 24 Pyle, Kevin; Cunningham, Scott 1996 A collection of political comics about jail. Yes, there's one written by Mumia Ab-Jamal. 97
World War 3 Illustrated 22 Benton, Gregory; Pyle, Kevin 1995 A collection of political comics about deception. There's some good stuff in here. No foolin'. PUN! 97
World War 3 Illustrated 29 Tobocman, Seth; Worley, Jordan 2000 A collection of political comics about land ownership (part 2). Still relevant 16 years later! 65
Plea For Peace / Take Action Program Guide N/A Park, Mike 2002 I love political music. And this program (not zine, I don't care) commemorates the awesome Plea For Peace tours put on by Mike Park of Asian Man Records and the collaboration with the Take Action tour (put on by Sub City records, the charity sub-label of Hopeless records). This program has all the bands and shows from the 2002 tour. It's pretty rad. 59
Jersey Beat 69 Testa, Jim 2001 MASSIVE amount of text and reviews and stuff in this one. Also, a bunch of things about Joey Ramone, of course. And an editorial about how mp3's suck (true) that complains about having a 56K modem (nerd). There's also a excerpt from Ben Weasel's novel. So much to read. 134
Cometbus 57 Cometbus, Aaron 2016 This issue is a collection of interviews with comic artists and others in the indie comics scene. It's an interesting look at a scene quite possibly on the edge of blowing up like punk did in the early 90's from a writer who was there when it all went down. Some different perspectives on where things are and where they are going. A good slice of anthropology! 100
As You Were 5 Clem, Mitch; Ehrlich, Avi 2016 Collection of comics centered around crappy jobs. 188