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Razorcake #84
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Razorcake #83


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Wedcomic Wednesdays #103
Where we graduate
By Brad Dwyer



Coming to terms with graduating college and where you're supposed to go from there, especially with an art degree. A webcomic by Brad Dwyer.



Patrick Houdek Photo Page, Pegboy

By Patrick Houdek

Pegboy at Liar's Club - Liarpaloozer, September 12, 2014




Webcomic Wednesdays #102
Where, uh, cats
By Ollie Mikse


A webcomic about cat ownership and couch destruction. Written and illustrated by Ollie Mikse.



Louis Jacinto Photo Page, The Bags

By Louis Jacinto

The Bags at the Dreva/Gronk Art Show, LACE Gallery, Downtown Los Angeles, 1978.




Webcomic Wednesday #101
Where you DONATE
By Kiyoshi Nakazawa


A mock look about all the reasons why an asshole like you would hate Razorcake and not DONATE. A comic by Kiyoshi Nakazawa, originally published in Razorcake, issue 50.



Featured Zine Reviews from Issue #83
Been doing this zine since Methuselah was in elementary school
By Staff




Punk Parenthood For The Sleep Deprived 6
Who Invented The Typical Boy?
By Jennifer Whiteford




Creepy Ephemera #3: Letters to Santa
A webcolumn about the weird
By Donna Ramone

Weird history accurately researched and presented humorously. This month’s topic: Letters to Santa Claus and the mail services burdened with them.





Rachel Murray Framingheddu Photo Page, Descendents

By Rachel Murray Framingheddu

“You want bill sperm with that? No!” Milo went to college, got a Ph.D., then bummed out unsuspecting business-class travelers hoping for a quiet, relaxing weekend in Gainesville. Punks win another small victory.

 

 




Webcomic Wednesdays #100
Only thing more important than webcomics are zines
By Aimée Pijpers


Internet spam is comical in its attempt to give us all giant penises. A webcomic by zine author Aimée Pijpers.



Every Record Review from Razorcake #83
Posted in One PDF
By Staff


Three-hundred plus record reviews.
All the punk that was fit to print, and more!



Michelangelo and Princess Elsa’s Christmas Play
A short story
By John Miskelly

Why isn't dad moving? Why aren't there any reindeers?
Misanthrope John Miskelly's yuletide tale of woe (comes with ebook!)
Happy Holidays from the Razorcake crew.




Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Los Crudos

By Chris Boarts Larson


Always awesome live, I feel lucky to have been able to see Crudos many times. 



Webcomic Wednesdays #99
Charlie Burd #4
By Art Fuentes


A shit bird, a dick bird and an all-around asshole. Charlie Burd is a comic strip by Art Fuentes (ARF!) and stars the internet's worst fowl protagonist. 



Webcomic Wednesdays #98
'Metal Order'
By Ollie Mikse


The trials and tribulations of trying to get your lunch order approved by satan. 
A webcomic by Ollie Mikse.



Jimmy Alvarado Photo Page, Deadbeats

By Jimmy Alvarado




Creepy Ephemera #2: The Boston Molasses Disaster
A webcolumn about the weird
By Donna Ramone




Webcomic Wednesdays #97
Where we show you the truth
By Liz Mayorga




Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Citizen Fish and Adrienne Droogas
April 10, 1994
By Chris Boarts Larson



On April 10, 1994 Citizen Fish played at ABC NO RIO,
like they had every year since 1990.
For some reason, Spitboy didn't play that show,
but Adrienne did join Dick in singing “Small Scale War.” 



Webcomic Wednesday #96
Where we lose our shit
By Donna Ramone




Trials and Tribulations of a Misguided Adult
Retiring the Wild Nights, by Brooke Mccarley
By Guest Contributor




Louis Jacinto Photo Page, Is It a Go-Go?

By Guest Contributor





Webcomic Wednesdays #95
Where we can help you help us
By Staff




Rachel Murray Framingheddu Photo Page Fest 2014

By Rachel Murray Framingheddu




Webcomic Wednesdays #94
Which sometimes shows up on a Thursday
By Ollie Mikse




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