Liz Suburbia / $10
Serving up a delicious concoction of sweet, sweet comics, chilled to frothy perfection.
Ben Schiller, one of the last remaining kids left to fend for themselves and try to be normal teenagers. Unfortunately, with no adults, no contact with the outside world, and a growing body count, a normal life was impossible. “Livin’ in the Future” picks up ten years after the flood and starts to piece together why the kids of Alexandria, VA were left to fend for themselves in the first place.
"Egg Cream exemplifies the innovative, humanitarian storytelling that will secure Liz Suburbia’s permanent status as punk rock’s patron saint of Comics. Would it be too much to call it a ‘cult favorite’?"Meredith Graves, musician and writer
Rory Frances & Jae Bearhat / $15
If you’re struggling with persistent relationship trouble, you’re not alone (sorry?).
A fox girl and wolf boy anchor this collection of stories about a tightly knit yet emotionally chaotic queer community of the fictional Pacific-Northwest city of Woodlands. Little Teeth is a hilarious and achingly real dip into the lives that make up a particular queer community. Jae Bearhat and Rory Frances expertly depict a snapshot of a generation.
"Some of the juiciest, messiest, realest gay animals that I’ve ever seen."Robert Yang, The Tearoom
Ivo Puiupo & Adonis Pantazopoulos / $5
Body-horror war against God.
Restless, aimless, and just bored, Úlcera starts making some questionable choices, like spending her time with a shady organization involved with “the Tower.” The ancient Tower stands somewhere very far away and is the current site of an interdimensional, psycho-spiritual massacre being waged against its most recent inhabitants. Of those inhabitants, the unlikely and unliked princess Mirra is having a particularly hard time - her mind and body are rebelling against her, a sleeper cell in the god Iora’s purifying war.
Liz Suburbia / $1
by Liz Suburbia
Mature / 24 pages / black and white / 8.5″ x 7″ / softcover, saddle-stitch / 2015
G.B.A. continues among the mermaids, Liz learns how to pee standing up and Ulster & Penny speak!! Also includes orangutan urban legends and celebrity sex dreams. It’s a frothy one!
Various / $2
A collection of short comics
Jenn Lisa surprises a hiker with the responsibility for taking care of an infant who appears out of thin air. Cassie and Dee, the talking horse decor, stew in anxious tension as their plans to escape Applebee's start to unravel, as told by Jess Wheelock. Through the eyes of a conceited princess, Ivo Puiupo shows us fragments of the bloody imperial war being waged against the horned inhabitants of a “New World.” Laura Knetzger fantasizes about the breakdown of modern society and being able to start life over as if in a Miyazaki movie. Jon Gott presents a series of cryptic and conspiratorial documents tied to Cleveland bridges.