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SAFETY LESSON WITH NATURAL GAS JOE, A
Christoph Meyer, $1.50 U.S.
By Gary Hornberger

What kid, or adult for that matter, is going to pass up scratching and sniffing Natural Gas Joe’s fart bubble?


SALMONELLA CHRONICLES, THE #3
By Ryk Martinez and Jeff Benham, $??
By Gary Hornberger

I got a headache and, to a certain degree, I felt dizzy.


SATURDAY NITE/ SUNDAY
By Plex Lowery $??
By Gary Hornberger

The demon is foiled in his plans to end all existence on earth by a simple phone call to God. Throw in a distant cousin to Christ who can make beer from buttermilk and that is the makings of this wild story.


SCHWING!
Fall 2000, $3.95 US, $5.50 CAN
By Gary Hornberger

Just like traditional golf magazines, this one will help you find out about courses, new products, and reference other golf media. ...This magazine is an alternative golfer’s delight and is a must subscription for any of you club wielders out there, so check it out.


SCOOPIN TIMES #2
By Alanna Why, trades only
By Gary Hornberger

This woman is pissed at the world and I like it. When you put “enjoy your fucking sundae” at the bottom of your cover, watch out... My favorite section is the notable written word on ice cream cakes.


SECRET MESSAGES
#1, by Michael Cherkas & Larry Hancock, $2.95 U.S., $4.50 Canada
By Gary Hornberger

Gumshoe detectives and aliens tend to make me skeptical, but everyone loves a good mystery. Nothing is given for free in this comic. In fact, at this point, the writers have me so lost that I’m going to have to get number two and possibly three to get a glimpse of where this one is going.


SELECTIVE MEMORY
By Jason Neuman, $2.50 U.S.
By Gary Hornberger

Selective is right! This starts off as odd, turns hilarious, goes to ridiculous, gets funny again, and then gets soft.


SHOULDN’T YOU BE WORKING?
by Johnny Ryan, $5.95 U.S.
By Gary Hornberger

Is any one familiar with Mr. Ryan?


SICK OF IT ALL: LIVE IN A DIVE
$?
By Gary Hornberger

In a million years, I never would have thought that this band would be represented in a comic book.


SIDE B THE MUSIC LOVER’S COMIC ANTHOLOGY
A Collection of Writers $22.99 US
By Gary Hornberger

This is a very interesting look into how music affects people. In some ways, music touches people beautifully and, in other ways, it’s almost morbid.


SIEGE AT THE HIDEY-HO SALOON
By Ken Eppstein & Bob Ray Starker, $12.00 U.S.
By Gary Hornberger

Oh, yeah! Bring the westerns back to the comic format. What a brilliant idea. It’s the original Ghost Rider, but in a much rawer style.


SIMPSONS CLASSICS GIANT
$3.99 U.S., $4.99 Can.
By Gary Hornberger

Who the hell doesn’t love The Simpsons, especially when it’s giant sized?


SINKHOLE #1 & 2

By Gary Hornberger

Every once in a while, I get comics that just by the cover I have high hopes but the inside stumps the panel. These two do just that.


SKATEPOCALYPSE
$?
By Gary Hornberger

It could be the start to an interesting storyline about two friends and a dog on a mission to get across the states on bike and board while dashing from a hoard of alien-induced zombies.


SKETCH STANCE 2 COLOURING ZINE
By Russ Hell
By Gary Hornberger

Coloring books for punkers; what a novel idea.


SLAP IN THE FACE: MY OBSESSION WITH GG ALLIN
By Justin Melkmann, $3.00 U.S.
By Gary Hornberger

Look at the guy’s videos: spitting, shitting, and bleeding at his concerts for everybody to share. That doesn’t sound like a lot of fun to me.


SMUT PEDDLER - ANTHOLOGY OF EROTIC COMICS #1
$ ???
By Gary Hornberger

There is superhero sex and the guy doesn’t even take off his suit.


SNAKE PIT #2
$2 U.S.
By Gary Hornberger

This is the story of Ben, a guy who works at a record store in Texas and the daily events that happen to him over the course of several months.


SNAKE PIT 2008
$ ??, By Ben Snakepit
By Gary Hornberger

Hangovers can be prevented.I do wish I had the time to count and see if the dog or the girlfriend got more panels.


SNARK, INC.: A CORPORATE FABLE
$20.00 U.S.
By Gary Hornberger

It's a black humor look at those who own us and what happens when the wheels fall off. I love everything about this book.


SNOOZER
By Luster Kaboom, $1.99 U.S.
By Gary Hornberger

Snoozer, much like Fortune Kooky, is an elevator going the wrong way.


SOUNDS OF YOUR NAME
By Nate Powell $- ??
By Gary Hornberger

Some of the worlds are surreal, and some are just fantasy, but they are drawn in a dark, ominous black that sucks you in and heighten the senses that, in some cases, leave the reader contemplating some impending doom.


SPAZ #5
By Emi Gennis, $2.00 U.S.
By Gary Hornberger

Excellently drawn comic/zine for those out there who love paranoia. My favorite part in this is the “Wikipedia list of unusual deaths” pages.


SPECTRE, THE
#1, fourth edition (I believe), $2.50 US, $4.25 Can.
By Gary Hornberger

Yeah, I know it’s not an independent, but what with their rearrangement of characters, DC has really pissed people off.


SPECTRE, THE
#1 fourth edition (I believe), $2.50 US, $4.25 Can.
By Gary Hornberger

This is like seeing Craig T. Nelson as a police commissioner. He's not. He's “Coach” along with that funny Van Dyke guy. You guys at DC should have another big bang, timeline-crossing, media event - seven issues made into a hardback - and put the DC universe back the way you had it.


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