Sunday, October 15, 2017

Cosmic Treadmill, Episode 60: TRIGGER GIRL 6 and a Brief History of Fanzines


Cosmic Treadmill, Episode 60:
TRIGGER GIRL 6

Greetings, comics enthusiasts! This week, our untrained assassins Chris (@AceComics) and Reggie (@reggiereggie) dive into the first four issues of Image Comics' Creator-Owned Heroes and read every chapter of Trigger Girl 6 by Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, and Phil Noto! Inspired by the format of Creator-Owned-Heroes, the pair wander off on a tangent into the Weird and Comically Historical world of fanzines--specifically, comics fanzines! Describing a history and technique lasting since the 19th Century, they go on about fanzines of the past, and name a few printed fanzines that you can read today! Only the most ardent enthusiasts need apply.

Reach out to us at weirdcomicshistory@gmail.com
Check us out on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/cosmictmillhistory
Thanks again to Jeffrey Brown for the suggestion! @tsujigo
To check out Jeffrey's work: https://society6.com/tsujigo6


Find more creator-owned work by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray at paperfilms.com
Check out the fanzine Baxter Stock at dcinthe80s.com


Take a peek at rootsoftheswampthing.com for more about their Swamp Thing-centric fanzine, The Holland Files



BREAK: "How to Make a Mini Comic or 'Zine" by Crab McEgret, https://youtu.be/h4Pb5tLQ4NE

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