Unemployment is under 6%! Who cares?? The economy sucked before 2008 too! Click the link to read the comic.
Like zines about art, romance, communication, jeans, pleasure, and everything else? Course you do! Here’s some cool zines for you all to preview and buy. Click the link!
Boy, as if having a stupid television show about hicks and their garage weren’t damaging enough to the cause of anarchy, now there’s these Ludwig von Mises nitwits. Haven’t heard of them? Read the comic! Click the link below!
I swear that, now you’ve read it, you’ll start seeing these books in the hands of people you know who’re supposed to be smart. Still curious? Read what the Southern Poverty Law Center found out about them…
Forget what may happen in the judicial courts. Share this comic and get this pendejo convicted in the court of public opinion:
Thanks to the Sac Bee for being the only paper so far to touch the story.
What a joy to have the Latino Comic Expo at home this time! On the second floor of the King Library (my second-home condo in downtown San Jo), I got a stack of zines from Nikolo, El Rocco, and Asertijo at the table of Chile’s hardest-core underground comic plebada, Mapache Studios. Respect to them for coming all the way up from Chile for a week in the bay area!
What else … I got Rhode Montijo’s Pablo’s Inferno #2 (he was out of #1), got to sit and talk with Alfonso and Jose of Libros Latinos (Jose met me at SF Zine Fest back in August and didn’t even tell me who he was) and I got LALO ALCARAZ’ AUTOGRAPH, PLEBES!!!
I had gone intending to get comics and hand my stuff out to the sympathetic, and Rishi from the Nosemilk was with me. When we get there, a comics guy next to Lalo Alcaraz’ table has no-showed, so Javier totally let us sit down and use the table! Next year I’ll definitely pay and do the show legitimately. Alcaraz took a copy of La Loteria Series 1 with him, and it’s possible that he didn’t hand it to the first kid he saw on the sidewalk on his way out. I feel like I’m stepping into a larger community.
I met a ton of people I didn’t know, got to encourage some SJSU students, shared some of Jules Riveras’ bottomless energy, and a great time was had by all. I want to see all yall at next year’s expo!
Visit these sites!
http://mapachestudios.org (not to be confused with the also-interesting mapachestudios.com)
Americans need guns and pills so bad that they have to 3D print them at home now. But why do they need guns and pills so bad anyway?
Click the link to read the comic at the Nosemilk! Thanks for still letting me write for you, guys!
One thing’s for sure, people are so used to conforming to what the rich and powerful want in exchange for providing endless distraction that they don’t understand when a group of people stands up for itself. That goes for the Salvadoran people and Facebook drag queens. Click on the link to read the comic!