CAKE 2017 Debuts!
Every year, we are honored to see comics artists use CAKE as a venue to debut new comics. Be the first person on the planet to get a copy of these new and innovative titles! You can view our debuts on our 2017 Debut page.Here are a few titles that will be debuting at the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo on June 10 & 11:
Bodies Of Work
Bodies of Work is a collection of Ian McDuffie's short comics work from the last ten years. It includes cartoons that have been included in anthologies, as well as some works that never saw the light of day. Steel yourself for death, pasta, Kate Bush, sorrow, transformation, and a talking phallus.
Lazarus shows a slice of life of Thomas Jerome Newton, an ancient alien, prisoner of Earth, drunk, stumbling and sleeping through his life, unable to die. Loosely adapted from both Walter Tevis' "The Man Who Fell To Earth," Nicolas Roeg's film of the same name, and David Bowie & Enda Walsh's musical "Lazarus." 24 pages, b/w.
Ian McDuffie's 2 Stories contains two brand new tales of isolation, loss, appropriation, ignorance, disgust, alienation, and evil. These stories depict two different characters will a complete lack of understanding of their place in the world, and how they overreact to that lack. Comeuppance comes to them in different ways. 24 pages, b/w.
Hate Baby 666
For Horror Movie fans, BDSM fetish freaks and lovers of Satan! Hate Baby 666 is more sinful than ever before. Enjoy a series of debaucherous vignettes including Seven Deadly Sins and Six Names of Satan. 32p, b+w 5.5”x8.5” for adults only!
Reimagined vintage ads marketed towards women with an added Horror twist. This sassy little mini-comic is poking fun at the blatant sexism of advertising campaigns from the 1930’s, 1940’s and 1950’s. 20p, b+w, 5’5”x8.5” step into the past and have a laugh.
Printsploitation No. 3
The third installment of PRINTSPLOITATION a horror and cult movie Illustration fanzine. Featuring art from Putrid, Corinne Halbert, Reuben Splatterbeast and many more! New larger format, 8.5”x11” b+w.