Multcolib Picks: New minicomics in the zine collection!
Annotation:Color comics about the author's life spanning several years during which she moves to Japan and back to the U.S., ends a relationship, and does some self-reflection.
Annotation:Each volume in the Comics for Change series celebrates a community organizer who is making Oregon a better place for everyone: Alex Brown, Polo Catalani, Walter Cole, Dan Handelman, Cheryl Johnson, Paul Knauls, Ibrahim Mubarak, Genny Nelson, Kathleen Saadat, and Wilbur Slockish. The series is written and illustrated by a collection of talented Portland comic writers and illustrators.
Annotation:Comics set in a National Park in the southwest. In volume 1, Ernesto the lizard introduces readers to Ranger Dee and various animal characters, then heads into the Uncanny Valley, where everything gets weird.
Annotation:Some true and not-so-true stories of famous people and their pets. It’s a two-in-one zine - one side is Cat People, and you flip it over to read Dog People.
Annotation:The most recent volume in this humorous minicomic series about boyfriends Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig includes an epic story about zombie mayhem, family relations, and the dark arts while guest starring Hall and Oates.
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This spring we picked up a great selection of new minicomics from the first-ever Linework NW comics and illustration festival. Some of these zine comics are funny, some are haunting, and they were created by artists from both near and far. - Phoebe W.