Zine Reviews

SHUTUPSLUT #3: Free, 5 ½” x 4 ½”, photocopied, 30 pgs.

This zine got me through a long, hot, hungover day.

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CINEMA SEWER #23: 6 ¾” x 10”, offset, 44 pgs.

If you need a guide for movies that are beyond the mainstream, something way off the beaten path, I would say Cinema Sewer is a great source.

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SLOWING THE WAY: A BICYCLE JOURNEY: 8 ½” x 11”, photocopied, no price listed, 58 pgs.

Documents a bicycle journey made by three friends in 2009 to raise money and awareness for those stricken by Huntington’s disease.

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DAILY GRIND, THE: by Adrian Chi, stamps, single front and back page, photocopied

A really great little comic which walks you through a day in the life of Adrian—without text.

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STRIKING DISTANCE #1: $2 or trade, 5 ½” x 4 ¼,” copied, 32 pgs.

Short, well written, a little abstract, and carries with it a pleasantly dark undertone.

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GENEVA13 #12: 5 ½” x 8 ½”, $2.00, printed, 59 pgs.

There isn’t one page that wasn’t interesting or where I wasn’t muttering, “right-on” to myself while reading.

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THUNDERPOP FANZINE #1: $??, 8 ½” x 11”, photocopied, 28 pgs.

There has been a dearth of zine coverage of glam punk. Now the drought is over.

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GRUNTED WARNING #1: 8 ¼” x 5 ¾”, $1.00 or trade for postcard/letter, photocopied, 12 pgs.

There seems to be no discernable theme to the zine other than snippets of news stories from around the world.

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WIND IS PINK, THE SKY IS GREY, THE: $5, 5 ½” x 5 ½”, glossy paper, 45 pgs.

A collection of short stories by J.M. McNulty, of the dearly departed Blöödhag.

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MOUNTZA: #2, $7, 8 ¼” x 10 ¾”, offset with three color cover, 72 pgs.

Wow! This is a really good zine. Clean, functional layouts, awesome photo reproduction, and excellent offset printing.

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