Tag Archives: Self-Published Sunday

Self-Published Sunday: The End of the Fucking World

Around the STR offices, fuck is used as punctuation.  It can be found at the end of most sentences and often times once or twice on the middle as well.  So, when I spotted a comic called The End of … Continue reading

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Self-Published Sunday: Zombies Hi

Sometimes things need a little bit of an explanation. Words or phrases which are perfectly normal and have a certain meaning in a particular location may not be as common or may have a different meaning in a different location. … Continue reading

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Self-Published Sunday: Bad Breath Comics #5

Sometimes it is difficult to hate something.  You are prepared to write it off as a bad experience, but there is one little thing that keeps nagging at the back of your mind.  something that stood out as good in … Continue reading

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Self-Published Sunday: Odd Comics

Each Sunday we take a look at the wild and wooly world of self-published comics. This week we look at Odd Comics issues 1 and 2 by Scott Stewart. Each issue of Odd Comics is a collection of short comics … Continue reading

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Self-Published Sunday: Diaries of the Invasion

It is 2013 and we are back for more Self-Published Sunday!  It is our weekly look at books by creators who have taken great risks and chosen to publish on their own.  This week we look at Diaries of the … Continue reading

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Self-Published Sunday: Onion Puss #1

The high concept behind Onion Puss is that he is a guy with a face that may or may not be made out of an onion.  That’s about it.  Nothing moe to see here.  But, as with Jakey the Jerk, … Continue reading

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Self-Published Sunday: Echidna Dirigible #1

Little known fact: The spiny echidna is one of only a handful of poisonous mammals on the planet. AS such, they seem like they would make the perfect secret agent. Cute but deadly! Echidna Dirigible follows the adventures of Geronimo … Continue reading

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