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TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES LOVINGLY BOUND WITH TWINE
#6, $2, 5½ x 8½, copied, linoleum block print cover, 28 pgs.
By todd

Twenty-eight pages of funny, talkative, and playful stories about cat poo ... Yep, this is a good one.


THOUGHTWORM
#10, $2, 5½ x 8½, copied, silkscreened cover, 24 pgs.
By todd

Thoughtworm barely overlaps, yet complements Grackle, with neither one of their overpowering one another.


THANKS FOR NOTHING, #4, & BOW WOW WOW, #5
a stamp each, 8½ x 11, 1 pg. each
By Josh

Worth a stamp and so much more.


SUBURBAN VOICE
#46, $3, 8½ x 11, newsprint, glossy cover, way over a hundred pgs.
By todd

If even a little bit of you enjoys hardcore, the zine is worth the price for the honest-take reviews alone.


SNAKE PIT
Anthology #3, 8½ x 5½ , $3, copied, 98 pgs.
By megan

Oh yeah, and it’s wicked funny, too.


SLUG AND LETTUCE
#75, 60 cents, 11½ x 15, 20 pgs.
By Josh

Perfectly mixes personal writing with leftist politics and underground rock and roll.


SKIN DEEP
#1, $1, 5½ x 4, 30 pgs.
By Josh

“Sometimes I think my braces are the only thing holding my pants up.”


ROCKBOTTOM
#18, $2, 5½ x 8, 16 pgs.
By Josh

Rockbottom is not only the name of the Rock’s signature move, it is also the name of a discount carpet store in the South.


POOR AND FORGOTTEN
#19 (?), $1, 7 x 8½, 12 pgs.
By Josh

An attempt at both erotica and black comedy


SLOUCH
#5, $2.50, 7 x 8½, copied, glossy color cover, 34 pgs.
By todd

Serious enough to make their points stick while being humorous enough to not be a stick in the mud.


PENCIL FIGHT
#1, $5, 7 x 8½, green ink on glossy paper, heavy stock cover, 96 pgs.
By todd

Me likey to read.


MY SUMMER VACATION
#1-3, 5½ x 8½, a buck for each, copied, 40 pgs.
By megan

I think that the most exciting part of Matt’s day is the drawing of the comic, which doesn’t make for the most interesting reading.


HATEMACHINE
#1, $2, 5½ x 8½, copied, 38 pgs.
By todd

Hatemachine suffers, not from enthusiasm and heart – he covers the Las Vegas Rockaround, Dead Bolt, his local music scene – but the fact that it’s terribly hard to read.


HEY CABBY
4.95, 5½ x 8½, copied, glossy black and white cover, 40 pgs.
By todd

How many people do you know who’ve ridden with both Jonas Salk (who discovered the polio vaccine) and Muhammad Ali and almost fist fought with Paul Newman?


HATEMACHINE
#3, $2 (?), 5½ x 8, 28 pgs.
By Josh

It kinda sucks, to be honest with you.


HAGL
$3, 8½ x 11, xeroxed, 40 pgs.
By greg

It's all arselickers, cunts, bollocks, oi, and rabble-rousing: a regular zine for the workin’ class joe!


GRACKLE
#1, $1 (or equivalent trade), 4 x 5½, copied, silk-screened cover, 27pgs.
By todd

Clearly written, positive, and unapologetic


GOD KWIT
#2, $1, 5½ x 4, 30 pgs.
By Josh

Done in the same style as Dunk and Piss, only not as good.


GRIND THAT AXE
5½ x 8½, copied, 14 pgs.
By megan

Huh, how does any of that add up?


FILM GEEK
#9, $1, 5½ x 8, 26 pgs.
By Josh

Seriously, how many times have you seen some slick new Hollywood movie only to walk away wishing you had stayed home and watched Tron instead?


FRACTURE
#22, $3 (ppd./ US), 8½ x 11, offset, full color cover, 114 pgs.
By todd

Leagues above the cut and paste publicist wet dream crud that other zines aspire to.


GO METRIC!
#17, $2, 7 x 8½, copied, 46 pgs.
By todd

Infused with an undeniable love of punk music.


EAR DAMAGE
#4, $2, 5½ x 8½, xeroxed, 40 pgs.
By greg

Good for getting laid with punker girls in the GulfShores area of the U.S. but not much else.


DUNK AND PISS
#11, $1, 5½ x 4, 62 pgs.
By Josh

A bunch of little anecdotes about his mischievous adventures, and also about sucking at laser tag.


DAGGER
#32, 8½ x 11½ , $2, newsprint, 80 pgs.
By megan

If I lived in Portland, Oregon, I’d probably pick this up when I saw it. It is free, after all.


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