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Writers / Artists: Billy Mavreas

Fish Piss Vol. 2, #1

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Includes intervews with a drug smuggler and "hemp visionary" Larry Duprey.

Cover screenprinted by Mille Putois.

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7 × 8½"
80 pages
Silkscreened cover
Multiple ink colors used throughout

Pussies Vol. 2

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Anthology mini on a self-explanatory theme.

4¼ × 5½"
44 pages
Hand-stenciled cover (I believe the text on the covers is actually a fluorescent orange)
Eight interior pages in color

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Robo Bunnies

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Seven Prophecy Bunnies

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Seven Prophecy Bunnies (2nd)

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Sunburn #14

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8½ × 11"
36 pages
Cardstock cover

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Sunburn #15

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The theme for this issue is "Beyond Words" (all pantomime / wordless comics).

This issue also came with two separate inserts. One is the 20-page Beyond Words 2.5 (with work by Billy Mavreas, Glenn Smith, Eric Braun, Lauro Roberto, Wuk, Matthew Daley and others. The second insert is Zinehead, an eight-page resource for then-existing reviewzines and comics anthologies from around the world.

Some copies have hand-colored covers, probably by editor Karl Thomsen.

40 pages plus inserts

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untitled Billy Mavreas mini

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Work It Out

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Roughly 4¼ x 5". Full-color throughout on glossy stock.

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