A Birdsong Shatters the Still by Ted May   & Jeff Wilson 8 May 2013
When Jeff first sent me the story for this, he didn't feel it was complete. I'd bugged him about whether he had any more stories for comics and he sent it to me saying "this is all I've got." But as I read it, I began to really feel it. He had intended on making it into a more developed story, but once we got it sketched into comics form, it felt complete on it's own. So here it is. Our ode to teen revelation and regret. And it's probably the most Iron Maiden shirts I'll ever draw in a single comic. Enjoy.

Nominated for a 2013 Eisner award for Best Short Story, A Birdsong Shatters the Still was originally featured on the pages of Injury no.4, published in 2012 by Ted May & Alternative Comics. It was originally going to be self published, but Marc Arsenault offered to split the price of the run in order to print more copies.

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Men’s Feelings no.1
by Ted May
      You need some hot summer reading for when you're vacationing on the beach, at the pool or under the viaduct etcetera? Men's Feelings is an all new collection of short gag strips that aren't really gag strips. Which is why they will Blow Your Mind. Ted May's first solo comic book in a long time (since It Lives!).

36 pp, black & white
8.5" x 5.5"
Staple Binding

Order Men's Feelings no.1 book @ $5.00

Birdseye Bristoe
by Dan Zettwoch
      A mysterious stranger comes to town. Only the town is not really a town and the stranger is a gigantic cell-phone tower.

When the sole resident of the town of Birdseye Bristoe reluctantly agrees to lease his land to a conglomerate of telecommunications carriers, and sets the somewhat random condition that the tower be built with a huge crossbar set horizontally into the mast, making it also the world’s largest cross. Birdseye Bristoe begins with the destruction of the cell tower and works backward to unravel the story of its fall.

64 pp, black & white
10" x 7.7"

Order Birdseye Bristoe book @ $19.95