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Visually, there’s a small bit of confusion regarding the cover design of this $4 book. At first glance, it actually looks like it’d be titled “Lust Comics,” but according to the indicia “Goofy Funnies” is appropriate. Though, I suppose one … Continue reading
www.thecomixcompany.ecrater.com It’s another issue of Romp from Aaron Lange, which is fun enough, but heck, I’d probably pay the $5 just to see the letter printed from Noah Van Sciver! Lange gives us another brief installment of his recurring dysfunctional … Continue reading
Oh My! Comix #3 is available for $4 @ www.thecomixcompany.ecrater.com.
www.thecomixcompany.ecrater.com This $4 romp contains pieces by such creators as Dexter Cockburn, Aaron Lange, and Robin Bougie.
According to my sources (read: Rick Bradford), Romp is published by Dexter Cockburn’s The Comix Company, but the contents are copyright Aaron Lange. Generally speaking, I think the credits could be a little clearer, but let’s move right in. It’s … Continue reading