Poor Sailor by Sammy Harkham 24 April 2012
Originally seen as a mini-comic and then as part of the revolutionary anthology Kramer's Ergot #4. Harkham's inspiration for this haunting tale is Guy de Maupassant's short story "At Sea," which tells of the tragedy that occurs when property protection prevails over human suffering and loss.
   With a quiet tone that's eerie, emotional, honest and moving, Poor Sailor uses few words to tell a similar tale of a woodsman who trades a simple but contented life for adventure at sea.

the Middle Nowhere
by Jordan Crane
In between the middle of the dark nothing and all that lies beyond, there is the middle nowhere.  A man in a small shack waits.  All around him is a black sand desert.  The wind rises, the rain comes, and this just might be the end of everything he's known.

16 pages
Black & White
5.5" x 7.5"
Staple Binding