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    I have been doing mini-comics for a few years now and most recently have managed to fan dangle my way onto Indy Planet.

    I can be found here:
    My Comicspace Page


    The Guardian #1 at IndyPlanet

    and here:

    The Guardian #2 at IndyPlanet

    Or if you want the micro-minis (until I put them up at IndyPlanet) email me at
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    I recently finished the final two issues of Inconsequential Art.

    Humor, variety. Comics and prose (or story-poems). At least one standalone story in each. Twelve pages each, including cover. (Can't match Silberspy's size of a pack of matches, but...) Size of a business card

    A buck apiece, or two sets of all four for $5, via PayPal. Email me (alex AT alexwilson DOT com) if you want to buy elseways. Comes in a neat plastic sleeve.

    Inconsequential Art 1-4

    With art by Dennis Culver (True Tales of the Roller Derby), who I met on The Engine, and Constantine Markopoulos (backup stories in Cerebus). One issue ("The Mighty Have Pollen") has art by me, but that's hardly a selling point...)

    Inconsequential Innards

    • CommentAuthormightymao
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Arborcides mini-comics - available for a buck a pop (or 3 for $2.50) at the BUY MISTER V A DRINK FOUNDATION.

    They're packed full of shit like this ...

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    I work with minicomics folk (and larger publishers) getting their work into shops. Sorry I'm not an artist myself! Some of the creators who have posted are clients, past or present. Sarah of Shortpants Press has published some great stuff, Nate Doyle's The Archer is very cool. L.Nichols' Jumbly Junkery is an up-and-coming series. It's good and will get better. There's much more out there than seen either in shops (in spite of my efforts) or even at small press shows. And much of it is very good, like Chadwick Whitehead's Suits or Daniel Spottswood's Disquietsville. Thanks to all who posted. Most of you look talented. Keep at it!
      CommentAuthorJeff Owens
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009 edited
    Reposted better.
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    I just got an email from someone telling me they'd sold their first ever minicomic because of this thread. I won't say who. I'm just going to thank them for letting me know it's working.
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    Bainst 5

    Bainst 6

    I did minis for several years before sinking my time into film and video, and still find time to put stuff together for fun and promotion. I'll be handing out a Silver Surfer mini at Comic Con, and here are links to some downloadable PDF versions of stuff I've put out.

    This is a 24 hour comic I sent out for Xmas 2007: Premythio

    These are minis I put out at Comic Con 2005, looking for a publisher to make 'em into big'uns: Every Day Is Saturday #1, #2, and #3. These were once-upon-a-time going to be picked up by Slave Labor, but that deal seems to have vanished. :-(

    And these are the last two issues of my original mini: Bainst #5 and Bainst #6.

    I've also posted a lot of stuff from the 1990's on a website at Some of my own stuff, and a lot of other folks' stuff that is probably not available anywhere else.

    Thanks for the opportunity to share!

    Chris Brandt
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    Responding to Mr. Ellis' call for us to come out of the closet, so to speak.
    My name's John Frizzelle and I've been doing Romero Burruel's EMPTY for about six years now. Almost done with #8. And thank you Mr. Ellis for being a voice!

    for images and info please visit;

    to read a good review please visit;

    now i've got to figure out how to post images here!
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    let's try thisRomero Burruel's EMPTY images
  8.  (5836.31)
    I have been doing mini comics for many years. I put out four or five a year. My current obsession is Fu Manchu so I have been doing things like Fu Manchu goes to the laundromat and Fu Manchu Vs Chupacabra. I also do Dead Dude Comix which chronicles the adventures of the world's only albino, negro zombie and his battles against the evil Dr. Terrapin.
    If you're interested I can send anyone a comic. Just email me at If you're feeling brave I send out grab bags, my choice, for 5 bucks through PayPal. at While I can appreciate all the wonderful pictures on this thread I don't post my comics on the Internet. I think they work better in person.
    Thanks for listening.
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    My name is Ryan Claytor and I self-publish a series of autobiographical comics under the name "Elephant Eater Comics."

    This book, "The Collected And Then One Day," is a collection of my first four mini-comics.

    ...and here are a couple sample pages from that book:


    Here's the next book in the series:

    Followed by this one:

    ...with the next in the series debuting this Summer at Comic-Con 2009 in San Diego.

    For far more information, previews, and ordering information, you can head over to my website here:

    Thanks so much for looking,

    Ryan Claytor
    Elephant Eater Comics
    • CommentAuthorJim8ball
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    My name is Jim8ball and I've been producing small press and mini comics for the past 10 years. I've been to the 5 SPX shows and I try and do a few mainstream shows through out the year. I was twice in three years nominated by Dave Simm for the Eugene Day Prize at S.P.A.C.E. in Ohio. I'm having trouble up loading my pictures but if you would like to see my mini comics just got to my etsy store at
      CommentAuthorJeff Owens
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Screw Jeff Owens is a daily auto-bio comic I have been doing for over 850 days now. I print them every month. The link is to the website, where I post them daily. The minicomics are $1 each.

    Here is the cover of the latest issue:

    Here is a page from the upcoming issue:

    If you're interested in buying an issue, email me, or Paypal me $1.50 (extra is to cover shipping) for the latest issue!
    • CommentAuthordave roman
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009 edited
    John Green and I do a mini-comic series called TEEN BOAT. 8 issues so far...lots and lots of hours of xeroxing and long-neck-stapling over the years!

    There are previews from the first couple of issues here.

    Copies can be ordered through my website or via Tony Shenton
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    My name is Barry Rodges, and I have been making mini comics for about a decade now. Below are a couple pages from my newest book, the Reds. It's just one in a series of books about colors. I have a lot of books for sale at several stores, but it's probably easier to just email me at You can also contact Tony Shenton (see above) and purchase my books through him. You can also check out my perpetually unfinished webcomic:
    page 8 of the Reds
    page 9 of the Reds
  11.  (5836.37)
    My name is Jonathan Baylis and I interned at Marvel Comics when Warren was writing Hellstorm!

    But years later, and currently, I write comics, mostly auto-bio, but some fiction that I self-publish under the title, "So Buttons".

    My artists so far include T.J Kirsch (Oni Press's "Uncle Slam") and David Beyer Jr. (Image's "Tales of the Starlight Drive-in")

    I had one issue out last year and hope to have a couple of minis at MOCCA this year and a full second issue of "So Buttons" at SPX.

    You can buy my comic for 3 bucks at:

    Jonathan Baylis
    So Buttons #1 Cover
    So... She Moved in With Me Anyway
    • CommentAuthorbigbigtruck
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009 edited
    A friend of mine poked me to post here, and I'm a little nervous, but here goes nothing.

    I'm working on an ongoing, um, sort of stoner-comedy-quarter-life-crisis-roadtrip-love-story about a UC Berkeley premed (who has just been disowned) and a strange drifter type (who appears to be on the run). The title is The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal.
    I've done two minicomic editions so far, and both sold out fairly quickly, so I guess that's good.

    The whole story's about 40% done at this point. I'm hoping to release the whole shebang in one big go in late 2010. In the meantime, I'm sending some new, free mini-comics to MoCCA via a generous friend who has agreed to pass them out to interested parties.

    I'd like to sell some more copies through the website later, but I've got my hands full already balancing this and a full-time job, so.

    Anyway, here's an image:

    There's a website here.
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    Hi everybody! I'm the co-founder of a group called Trees & Hills comics. Our members come from Vermont, New Hampshire and western Massachusetts. We publish several mini-comic anthologies each year - our latest is SEEDS, a collection of comics about food, including subjects such as eating organic, a vegetarian lifestyle, drinking raw milk and life on a New England dairy farm. Each book has a hand-stamped apple print cover, a recipe book of our favorite foods and snacks and a packet of organic seeds from a Vermont farm.

    SEEDS can be purchased on-line here for $5 plus shipping. We'll have copies on sale at the Maine Arts Festival next weekend and MoCCA in New York City next month.

    Here's the first page of my comic, co-written with my friend Keith Moriarty, and drawn by my friend Matthew Reidsma.

    Food Chain1

    Just in time for MoCCA next month, Trees & Hills will be releasing a book collection of our first four mini-comic anthologies and for SPX in the fall we will publish our sixth mini-comic anthology, SHELTER, which focuses on housing issues.
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009 edited
    I've been making short comics for a little while now. They're a little morbid, but I can't write them any other way.

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    My personal site is here:, though I haven't added any other strips as of yet.