The March minis are currently on their way to all subscription patrons. Hooray!
This month we’ve got:
● Hal Mundane‘s Slow Death of a Pseudo-Intellectual (Wag Rag #5), underground comix about a creative type who overanalyzes and over-agonizes (nope, can’t relate to that, nope).
● Steve Willis‘ As I Recall the ‘Sixties. Originally published in 1983, this mini calls out the remarkable similarities of two decades in American history.
The Monthly Mini-Comics are available by subscription through Patreon and by month at the Poopsheet Shop.
Meeting Notes http://poopsheetfoundation.com is an 8-page, B&W, minicomic featuring sketches by Steve Willis. Published by Rick Bradford and the Poopsheet Foundation.
According to the redacted text in this mini, the featured sketches were all done during meetings in which Steve wasn’t fully attentive! All the better for us! Steve “Morty the Dog” Willis serves up some funny, interesting, and downright strange doodles in Meeting Notes!
You can get Meeting Notes and many other minicomics at http://poopsheetfoundation.com and support the Poopsheet at http://www.patreon.com/poopsheet and find more at http://www.poopsheetshop.com and http://www.poopsheetshop.com/product-tag/monthly-mini-comics
There’s a kind of mythology surrounding The Evergreen State College (Olympia, Washington) and its comix history. Here are Matt Groening, Steve Willis, Megan Kelso, Craig Bartlett, Tommy Thompson and Drew Christie on a panel about their experience at Evergreen and later careers.
I’m not sure if this page at OlyBlog is supposed to be viewed as is but, regardless, it’s a great random assortment of comix and drawings by Steve Willis (Morty the Dog, Cranium Frenzy). Scroll through this and tell me you don’t want more.
Source: Steve’s Comic Book