The Chicago Alternative Comics Expo [CAKE] is a weekend-long celebration of independent comics, inspired by Chicago’s rich legacy as home to many of underground and alternative comics’ most talented artists– past, present and future. Featuring comics for sale, workshops, exhibitions, panel discussions and more, CAKE is dedicated to fostering community and dialogue amongst independent artists, small presses, publishers and readers.
Trubble Club is debuting two issues. Who knows what is contained within. Duplicating Santas? Ducks with god given hotdog rights? Smudges? Sludges? Grudges? Belches? Tons of two color risograph printed nonsense, perfect for your bathroom or pantry. Also all contributors for the Infinite Corpse corpsey.trubbleclub.com will be given a sweet button, and Trubble Club will… Continue reading »View full post
WUVABLE OAF: Chromophilia is an ALL COLOR collection of hard to find and previously unpublished Wuvable Oaf stories and strips by Ed, including work from “Book of Boy Trouble 2″, “THR33″, BEAR Magazine and the Noise Pop Festival! This limited edition, 20 page hand-made book comes with a mini double-sided pull-out centerfold, on archival MOAB… Continue reading »View full post
“I Think of Demons/Sticky-Icky-Icky” by Box Brown published by Drippy Bone Books, a full color double-mini comic! Featuring two distinct stories about anger, coming of age youth and weed! Box Brown is a cartoonist, illustrator and comic publisher from Philadelphia. He started Retrofit Comics in 2011. His comics and illustrations have appeared in Mad Magazine,… Continue reading »View full post
“Raw Power 2″ by Josh Bayer published by Retrofit Comics G. Gordon Liddy and Catman are back! Josh Bayer’s follow up to 2011′s Raw Power is twice as Raw and two times as Power! Josh Bayer is a Cartoonist/Artist/illustrator living in Harlem, NY. He began publishing his comics in 1988. Since then, he has collaborated… Continue reading »View full post
Mita Mahato will be debuting her new cut-paper comic, Roots at CAKE! Here are the first few pages! Mita Mahato lives in rainy Seattle where she makes comics about grief, cats, and aliens using primarily collage technique. She likes cutting up pieces of paper and fixing them to other pieces of paper—watching a story take… Continue reading »View full post