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$4, 6 ¼” x 9 ½”, printed, 52 pgs.
By Sean Arenas

I love horror anthologies, particularly EC Comics, The House of Secrets, and anything by Bernie Wrightson. That’s why I was grinning like an idiot during most of Wicked Vibes, a self-published anthology comic.

$5 color cover, $3, b&w, 8½ x 11”, copied, 26 pgs.
By Kayla Greet

This zine is the project of a serious tape fiend. Leif Lundgren has a strong affinity for what most people view as an archaic medium, so much so that he’s dedicated a full zine to it.

$4.99, 8 ½” x 11”, offset, 30 pgs.
By Craven Rock

This is a slick, full-color, glossy zine full of leftist, agitprop art. I’m glad people are making political art and satire

6” x 8”, copied, 78 pgs.
By Craven Rock

Ripple Rock is a Finnish zine based around interviewing people from bands, microbreweries, and hockey players.

free/trade, 8½” x 5½”, 44 pgs.
By Craven Rock

Mishap! It’s one of his occasional “book issues” where he covers books he’s been reading. A bold defense of stories of all sorts talking about how they “define how we act as social creatures” and how all stories need to be analyzed and deconstructed.

MISHAP #33 Vol. 2
5 ½ x 8 ½”, copied, $1 or trade, 27 pgs.
By Craven Rock

This is the second volume of Ryan Mishap’s book review issue. There are some good reviews in this issue, but also many that assume the reader is familiar with the gist of the book.

$4.99, newsprint, 8¼” x 10¾”, 128 pgs.
By Art Ettinger

$6.85, 8 ¼” x 11 ¾, print, 48 pgs.
By MP Johnson

Maybe it was supposed to be called Inside-Out Artzine. That would be more appropriate, since a substantial portion of this art is blood and guts twisted into all sorts of brilliant shapes.

7” x 10”, offset, $5, 52 pgs.
By Craven Rock

Most of this zine is made up of reprints of “Won Ton Not Now,” a comic by Kiyoshi Nakazawa which has run in Razorcake for years. It’s nice to see them in here all at once.

5 ½ x 8 ½”, 52 pgs.
By Camylle Reynolds

Unabashed, straight (no pun intended) hilarious, balls-out sexcapades tales of Brontez Purnell. 

£5.00, 8½” x 12”, 36 pgs.
By Jimmy Alvarado

While nothing beats learning about a new band that makes your head turn or catching up with an older group that’s still slugging it out in the trenches, it’s also just as cool to get some insight on where we’ve been as a subculture, and how it’s developed and expressed itself elsewhere.

$3/2/6, 8 ½” x 11”, copied, 42 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

With the demise of Zine World in 2013 there will be a void in zines that cover zine culture. Perhaps it will be up to Zine Nation to take up that role.

$6, 8½” x 11”, 62 pgs.
By Bianca

This straight-up magazine available in many fine independent bookstores bills itself as a magazine about female drummers...   this is not just a magazine about lady drummers, it’s a magazine about some of the coolest and most exciting ones.

$?, 8 ½” x 11”, copied with glossy cover, 88 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

This is a thick zine, with lots of features and interviews throughout the almost ninety pages. The author states that the zine “is based around an unceasing desire to rediscover long-lost, favorite records.”

$3 ppd., 5½” x 8½”, copied, 30pgs.
By Simon Sotelo

I can only assume that the title is a coincidence, that most of the stories revolve around major ¢hanges like quitting your shitty job, getting rid of roommates or even the death of your dog, to the death of Diaperman.

RIOT 77 #17
3 Euros, 8½” x 11”, glossy, 48 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Nice glossy zine from Ireland that includes interviews with Kid Congo, the Spits, Iron Cross, Canada’s Ugly Pop Records, and John Joseph of the Cro-Mags, whose ceaseless shit-talking, kookiness, and arrogance is always good for a chuckle.

$5 ppd., 5” x 8½”, copied, 50pgs.
By Simon Sotelo

The return of Resist, a dense how-to zine describing various fix-it-yourself tasks and a variety of ways to start and maintain a garden from someone who is a shining example of the term “handyman.”

$7.95, 5 ½” x 7”, paperback, 64 pgs.
By Kayla Greet

For those of you, like myself, who have fantasized about train hopping but never done it, this is a wonderful travel guide of what it’s like.

$7.50, 8½” x 5 ½”, 212 pgs.
By Bryan Static

The contributors to this anthology are diverse, including names that we all know and love, like Ben Snakepit, John Porcellino and Liz Prince... stories focused on experiences with fetishes, first dates, engagements, and food... Grade: A. 

$5, 8½” x 5½”, perfect bound, 57 pgs.
By Bianca

Issue #9, aka Pamphleteria: The Rise and Fall of Phony Lid, is part one of a three-part series about Dessaint’s adventures in small-press publishing.... It’s just really inspiring to me to read stories of goals still being accomplished in spite of a life crumbling around the person who’s trying to accomplish them.

$1.50, 2 ¾” x 4 ¼”, copied, 16 pgs.
By Ashley

For an Adam Ant fan, this zine is a conversation starter. For everyone else, it wouldn’t even be a blip on the radar.

$?, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 20pgs.
By Simon Sotelo

One man’s short anecdotes—not reliving the glory days of an angsty-hardcore teenage to young adult life—but short excerpts reliving some seemingly small moments and relationships that, over time, turned one lonely old man into one lonely old anarchist

$3.33, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 38pgs.
By Simon Sotelo

This issue contains reviews, chats with distro owners, and a breakdown of some of the bigger zine events that are happening around the country.

$3, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 18 pgs.
By Simon Sotelo

Doris #31 is another great addition to an already prolific series by Cindy Crabb. This issue is partly about the hardships that could happen when you value your ethics and not compromising them for anything or anyone....

$5, 10¼” x 7”, 28 pgs.
By Bryan Static

The story, adapted from a column by a former record store and record label owner, is about the last time he ever met the Ramones.

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