2.75" x 4.25", 8 pgs, free, Fall 2008. A giveaway comic for trick-or-treaters with 4 pages of comics & 2 pages of puzzle. First printing, Fall 2008: 100 copies. 2nd printing, October 2010: 30 copies (retroactively labeled at this time as Little Zero #1).
5.5" x 8.5" - 92 pgs - $6 - Fall 2009
Edited by Daniel Barlow, Colin Tedford, & Anne Thalheimer
Adults-only sex anthology published by the editors of the Trees & Hills anthologies under a new imprint to satisfy widespread interest while preserving Trees & Hills' "all-ages" publishing aspect. Follows similar positive, community-minded guidelines as the T&H anthologies, aiming for wide appeal, no misogyny, etc. Almost all T&H contributors, with a few guests. Just over half the contributors are women.
First print run, Fall 2009: 200
Second print run: 100
As of October 2010, available from:
Offshore Comix: http://www.offshorecomix.com/2010/03/big-sexy/
& wholesale via Tony Shenton: http://shenton4sales.tumblr.com/
5.5" x 8.5" - 64 pgs - $5 - Spring 2010 Edited by Daniel Barlow & Colin Tedford. Features stamped cover (first 100 or so stamped in red, remainder stamped in blue). Includes 4.25" x 5.5" 16-pg booklet of games. As of October 2010, available from: Trees & Hills: http://treesandhills.storenvy.com/products/14035-play-t-h-anthology-7 Microcosm: http://microcosmpublishing.com/catalog/zines/3312/ & wholesale via Tony Shenton: http://shenton4sales.tumblr.com/
5.5" x 8.5" - 56 pgs - $5 - Fall 2008 Edited by Daniel Barlow, Marek Bennett, Colin Tedford, & Anne Thalheimer. Comics about food, with an emphasis on community aspects. Features cover stamped with an actual apple using red ink. includes a 4.25" x 5.5" 8-pg recipe booklet and a packet of organic lettuce seeds. First print run, Fall 2008: 300 Second print run, Spring 2009: 200 Third print run, Dec. 2009: 100 Fourth print run, Mar. 2010: 100 As of October 2010, available from: Trees & Hills: http://treesandhills.storenvy.com/products/11511-seeds-t-h-anthology-5 Microcosm: http://microcosmpublishing.com/catalog/zines/2664/ & wholesale via Tony Shenton: http://shenton4sales.tumblr.com/
5.5" x 8.5" - 56 pgs - $4 - Fall 2009 Edited by Daniel Barlow & Colin Tedford. Cover features paste-on element. 25% of proceeds go to 3 local shelter organizations (one each in VT, NH, & western MA). As of October 2010, available from: Trees & Hills: http://treesandhills.storenvy.com/products/11517-shelter-t-h-anthology-6 Microcosm: http://microcosmpublishing.com/catalog/zines/2947/ & wholesale via Tony Shenton: http://shenton4sales.tumblr.com/ First print run was nominally 300; 100 were printed before SPX, another 100 after SPX, then another 100 the following March.
5.5" x 8.5" - 20 pgs - June 2009 - $2 Contents: 1. Spinning World strips 11. Vigil 12. February 1, 2009 14. Mission to the Heathens 19. Ask Jack (originally appeared as a standalone mini later designated as Little Zero #1) Out of print
5.5" x 8.5" - 24 pgs. - May 2010 - $2 Contents: 1. Spinning World & other short strips 13. Super Friendly Garlic (originally published as Zero #1) 18. Winter In Headville (originally published as Zero #2) 24. Wear Layers As of October 2010, available from: http://www.colintedford.com/2010/square-dance-4/ http://treesandhills.storenvy.com/products/30206-square-dance-4-by-colin-tedford
4.25" x 5.5" - 8 pgs - free 1st print run 100 copies, Fall 2009. Printed maybe another 50 later on over a couple of small batches. Out of print. Reprinted in Square Dance #4.
5.5" x 8.5" - 64 pgs - Fall 2010 - $5 Edited by Daniel Barlow & Colin Tedford. Cover features pasted-on element. Includes 4.25" x 5.5" 12-month calendar. First print run was nominally 300; 100 were actually printed, with the intention to print the other 200 a little later so the included calendar could be updated when the year changed over. As of October 2010, available from: http://treesandhills.storenvy.com/products/30212-time-t-h-anthology-8
What Is This Site?
A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.