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Kramer’s Ergot vol.9
by Sammy Harkham
edited by Sammy Harkham
All new comics and art from Steve Weissman, Noel Freibert, Gabrielle Bell, Renee French, Michael Deforge, Helge Reumann, Johnny Ryan, Anya Davidson, Al Columbia, Tim Hensley, John Pham, Dash Shaw, Amandine Meyer, Adam Buttrick, Leon Sadler, Gabriel Corbera, Andy Burkholder, Jerry Moriarty, Antony Huchette, Lale Westvind, Kim Deitch, Julia Gfrörer, Baptiste Virote, Trevor Alixopulos, Patrick Kyle, Alex Schubert, Matthew Thurber, Manuele Fior, Stefan Marx, Abraham Diaz, Marc Bell, Joey Haley, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Antoine Cosse, Jonny Negron, Ben Jones, and Archer Prewitt.
Published by Fantagraphics Books.

290 pages
cmyk, spot color, b/w throughout.
9" x 11.5"
perfect bound
signed by the editor


$45
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Everything Together
by Sammy Harkham
Collection of short comics by Harkham. Winner of Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year.
published by PictureBox Books

9.5" x 7"
120 pages
signed


$20
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Uptight no.5
by Jordan Crane
It's not there. But there it is. Like a cruise ship, the 4th dimension is both a means of travel and a vacation destination. Leaving linear space time and traveling on a unique itinerary that contains all iterations of what is, what was, and what will be throughout perpetuity, you will experience the timeless symmetry of eternity and simultaneously be the parts and the sum totality of all existence everywhere at all times, forever in the known and unknown universe. Book your trip today.

4 stories in which awful and terrible things happen. Keeping Two, Wake Up, the Dark Nothing, and the Middle Nowhere.

112 pages
b/w with 26pgs in black & purple.
7.25 x 10.2



$10
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Kramers 9 poster
by John Pham
 
3 color silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper
18" x 24"
edition of 75
signed and numbered


$25
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Crickets Skull
by Sammy Harkham
  50/50 polyester cotton.  Printed in Los Angeles. PLEASE: tell us SMALL or MEDIUM in the memo during checkout. We are out of stock on L & XL.  

$20
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Ganges no.5
by Kevin Huizenga
The Eisner and Harvey nominated and Ignatz winning series is back. In this pulse pounding issue Glenn Ganges travels back in time and learns about mountains and rivers at the speed of "Deep Time." Glenn and his wife Wendy also spend some time trying to work together, go to the airport and go to a funeral. Every page is a jam packed jewel of cartooning power. Arguably, the comic book highlight of the year.
SHIPPING the first week of February

32 pages
two colors throughout
8.5" x 11.4
staple binding


$8
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Jack Never Woke Up
by Al Columbia
7 color silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper
16 x 20 inches
edition of 50
Hand pulled
signed in pencil
Here's a larger image.




$52

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Keeping Two no.5
by Jordan Crane
The middle story, the book they're reading, concludes. William goes out looking for her, but Connie arrives back at home.

44 black & white pages
screenprinted cover
5.5" x 8
staple binding
edition of 200


$8
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Somewhere to Go
by Jordan Crane
4 color silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper
17 x 26 inches
edition of 50
Hand pulled
signed in pencil


$30
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Four Dimensions High
by Jordan Crane
5 color silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper
17 x 26 inches
edition of 50
Hand pulled
signed in pencil


$30
Order print four dimensions high @ $30.00

Shit Patch
by Jordan Crane
Sew it on, walk around.
2" x 3"
thread & cloth



$8
Order shit patch patch @ $8.00

Butter and Blood
by Steven Weissman
Roving gangs of drug-addled rabbits, Guns N' Roses in their Jewish deli days, ghost stories and talking dogs with nothing to say, Butter and Blood is packed cover-to-cover with beautiful drawing, dumb ideas and funny, funny jokes.
96 pages
full color
7.25 x 9.75 in.


$13
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Crickets no.5
by Sammy Harkham
All Blood of the Virgin issue with a guest appearance by The Blobby Boys!
2 color insides
32 pages
8.5 x 11



$7
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I Get Pussy
by Sammy Harkham
5 color silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper
20 x 30 inches
edition of 100
signed in pencil




$37
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Terror House no.2
by Sammy Harkham
A handy guide to depravity
2 color risograph printed saddle stitch
44 pages
4.75" x 6"




$8

Creep
by Sammy Harkham
2 color silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper
16 x 24 inches
edition of 50
Hand pulled at Grey Area Press
signed in pencil




$32
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Joan of Arc
by Sammy Harkham
6 colors silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper
17 x 21 inches
edition of 50
signed in pencil


$30

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The Dark Nothing
by Jordan Crane
In the asteroid belt, the 3 person crew of prospecting ship Sagasu 17 have arrived at their intended asteroid to find that most of it is missing. Curiously, the mass of rubble has an unexpectedly large gravity. As they attempt to harvest some loose parts of it, things go horribly awry.

this story will be included, if slightly altered, in Uptight no.5 which is coming out later in 2015

Screenprint Cover
24 pages
2 color risograph
5.5" x 7.5"
staple binding
Edition of 275


$10

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David Bowie

by Steven Weissman




You Get The Idea

by Steven Weissman




I Wonder, Darling

by Steven Weissman




Steve Harvey Morning Show

by Steven Weissman




Checking In

by Ted May




Finally!

by Ted May




OMP

by Steven Weissman




AMERICA’S DOG

by Steven Weissman




Joseph Robinette Biden

by Steven Weissman




I Don’t Think Anyone’s Coming To Save Us

by Steven Weissman




Looking For America’s Dog

by Steven Weissman




Looking For America’s Dog

by Steven Weissman




Looking For America’s Dog

by Steven Weissman




beatonna:

Hello! It’s been a while.

If you’re a fan of Joan of Arc (and I mean, who isn’t? Who has ever been like her before or since?) you should definitely look up the 1928 movie, The Passion of Joan of Arc. Maria Falconetti as Joan gives what is widely regarded as one of the best performances on film, ever - though certainly at a cost.Mesmerizing.

Hey, ponies are back in stock! They were out for a while, but they are back! woop woop woop!

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ohgigue:

These Days, 2016
by GG

pages 9, 10, 11 | start at the beginning

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franksantoro:

The ROZZ-TOX Manifesto

(a 1980 artifact with end of the millenium resonances)

Gary Panter

Item 1:

The avant-garde is no corpus. It merely lies in shock after an unfortunate bout with its own petard. It feigns sleep but one eye glitters and an involuntary twitch in the corner of the mouth belies a suppressed snicker. The giggle of coming awake at one’s own funeral dressed in atomic TV beatnik furniture. A mutant with a mission.

Item 2:

There are twenty years left in the twentieth century. Twenty years to reap the rewards and calamities that have been put in motion in this period. At this time a current of aesthetic function is emerging: the inevitable culmination of concepts and experiments pioneered and conducted in this century. We declare society an amusement park and one to be dead reckoned with.

Item 3:

A deadly texture and tone have taken the cereal Nirvana: a misanthrope born of capitol realities, tendencies, and inter-office memos. Sightless businessmen-posed-entertainers shovel up tons of soulless Saturday morning animation. Would that you could make cost effective the rubbery genius that was the Saturday morning of our youth.

Item 4:

We say enough to the instigators of game show design for we are sick and dizzy. Show us the backs of these monstrous facades, for even bare plywood is a healthier texture. Oh you seekers of the new who run terrified from history into the clutches of an eternal life where no electric shaver can be built to last.

Item 5:

Close the bars! We require well lit media centers that serve soft drinks and milk. We require that top-40 radio stop it. And this for extant executive entertainers: We know when to laugh. Machines don’t, and it is irritation to hear them laugh at the wrong time. They laugh at nothing and nothing isn’t funny.

Item 6:

Find the evil doers, the merchant peddlers of Pavlovia who use our unmentionable parts against us. Will you hide behind a scrim of two-dimensional phosphorescence when Biology exacts its reward?

Item 7:

Profound faith in glamour is a surefire way to not see that you kill what you eat. We believe and worship a two-dimensional world. No god printers save us when we stand naked and brainless before an uncompromising and impartial physicality. We are sick now/get wise to the media. Join the art police. We call for posting of cow pictures in every fast food franchise. And for vegetarians, recordings of screaming vegetables at every salad bar.

Item 8:

Beautiful and effective communicative marketing and aesthetic media are not innately evil; merely seductive. However, seductive aesthetics and media are prone to undermine common sense and vision in a capitalistic culture. Our own creations have shamed us. Teaching us that the hand and opinion of the individual are not as legitimate as that of opinion transmuted and inflated by broadcast … especially when that opinion is on 80-pound coated stock, in full color … or when that opinion steals invisibly and incomprehensibly into a box in our homes. Would that society reveled in certain varieties of vandalism and disarray. May we mow our lawns and remain civilized.

Item 9:

It is unfortunate and unacceptable what vile and lazy do-nothings are given unwarranted credence for mouthing such foul and mean clichis as “rip-off” and “sell-out.” They have no understanding of our economy and the time it takes society to go. Confess and shut up! Capitalism good or ill is the river in which we sink or swim. Inspiration has always been born of recombination.

Item 10:

In a capitalistic society such as the in which we live, aesthetics as an endeavor flows thorough a body which is built of free enterprise and various illnesses. In boom times art may be supported by wildcat speculation or my excess funds in form of grants from the state or patronship as a tax write-off. Currently we are suffering from a lean economy. By necessity we must infiltrate popular mediums. We are building a business-based art movement. This is not new. Admitting it is.

Item 11:

Business 1. To create a pseudo-avant-garde that is cost effective. 2. To create merchandising platforms on popular communications and entertainment media. 3. To extensively mine our recent and ancient past for icons worth remembering and permutating: recombo archaeology.

Item 12:

Waiting for art talent scouts? There are no art talent scouts. Face it, no one will seek you out. No one gives a shit.

Item 13:

Market saturation was reached in sixties - everyone knows that. Fine Elitist Art is of diminishing utility. There is not more reward for maintaining or joining an elite and sterile crew.

Item 14:

Elitist art cannot help the emergent complex through its painful and potentially stupidly dangerous adolescence. Start or support primitive industry, propaganda to no dogma, and environmental jarrs.

Item 15:

Law: If you want better media, go make it.

Item 16:

We are born capitalists and manufacturers of alternative goods and services. We are made propagandists and propose an antimedia to no dogma. We call for popular environmental manipulators, primitive industry, an avant-garde placed squarely in the entertainment field, for archaeologists and synthesizers.

Item 17:

A call for mutant intuition and wrestling is real. A current that synthesizes ideas and entertainment .. an antimedia that creates, participates, and services and broader-based lunatic fringe and one that is capable of finishing the century outright. An avant-garde that has no mean diversion and stocks the supermarket.

Item 18:

Our lack of popularity in high school was led us to think and thinking has lead us to this. No war is waged here; only a strain, a virus, a toxoid, a Rozz-Toxoid. The emergent complex asks for just twenty years of your time. Now, stand and sing …

Final Note:

Capitalism for good or ill is the river in which we sink or swim, and stocks the supermarket.



Jack Never Woke Up

7 color silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper
16 x 20 inches
edition of 50
Hand pulled
signed in pencil

Only $52 at WTD store



Keeping Two no.5

The middle story, the book they’re reading, concludes. William goes out looking for her, but Connie arrives back at home.

44 black & white pages
screenprinted cover
5.5" x 8
staple binding
edition of 200

Only $8 at the WTD store



Four Dimensions High

5 color silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper

17 x 26 inches

edition of 50

Hand pulled

signed in pencil

Only $30 at the WTD store



Shit Patch

Sew it on and take it for a walk.  Your own personal patch of shit. 2″ x 3″  Only $8 at the WTD store. 



Somewhere to Go

4 color silkscreen print on 110lb archival paper

17 x 26 inches

edition of 50

Hand pulled

signed in pencil

Only $30 at the WTD store



comicsworkbook:

Unattainable, 2015
by GG

Pages 21, 22 (click here for the whole story so far)

Made for Comics Workbook



sammyharkham:

Limited edition Creep movie poster. Two color silkscreen print, 16 x 24, edition of 50.  Hand printed by Maggie Lomelli at Grey Area Press, the best press in Los Angeles.