Check the Database for some background on Everyman Studios and Phantasy Press.
In December 1966, 50 years ago now, a 15-year-old Irish teenager called Tony Roche did a remarkable thing. He published the first issue of a comics fanzine called The Merry Marvel Fanzine. W…
Source: Secrets of Ireland’s first-ever comics fanzine, featuring art by young Paul Neary, revealed | downthetubes.net
Should be out this month. Keep an eye on the website (or maybe Facebook) for more details.
The new Minicomic of the Month Club offerings for 2017 are up. Take a peek at some of what Australia and New Zealand have to offer.
An annual subscription to fine minicomics from Australian and New Zealand cartoonists and storytellers. Twelve comics from twelve artists in 2017
Source: Minicomic of the Month Club 2017
From Robyn Chapman:
Happy New Year! And you know what the New Year brings: another micro-press survey! (Also more vintage clock-and-girl glamor shots.) Did you fill out the survey for 2015? Then go HERE for the Fast T…
Source: 2016 Micro-Press Survey | THE TINY REPORT
Andy Nukes posted a new drawing last week. Lots more where that came from at his blog. Check it out, why don’tcha.
11-12-14 Sharpie pens on sketchbook paper (6 1/4 X 8 1/2) From the sketchbook Merdre: More Drwgs by Andy Nukes. I really, really like this drawing. Don’t ask me why because I have no idea. But I r…
Source: Untitled | Andy Nukes Artwerks
Welcome to 2017! I made a zine that was written in a dream: My Dream Comic. Small size, 16 pages, risographed in 5 pages. Ships today from Los Angeles, only $5.
Source: Screentone TV — Welcome to 2017! I made a zine that was written in…
Early Canadian Fanzine Pioneer by BK Munn John Balge died September 14 in Kitchener, Ontario. As the founder and publisher of the fanzine Comic Art News a
Source: John Balge, 1954-2014 – Sequential