Wasted Issue #4 (£3.25) – adult humour comic anthology
Wasted Issue #3 (£3.25) – adult humour comic anthology
RhiZome Issue #1 (£3.50) – locally-produced comic anthology (2013), featuring works by Max Mose (‘In Search of a Nuclear Oasis’), Rob Jackson (‘Corporation Pop’ Part One), Kyle Baddeley-Read (‘Fingers’), John Robbins (‘Swallow Me Hole’) and Pete Batchelor (‘The Post Apocalyptic Subterranean Blues’), plus an interview with veteran cartoonist David Huxley about the history of alternative comics in the UK.
RhiZome Issue #2 (£3.50) – locally-produced comic anthology (2014), featuring works by S Tyler Stafford (‘Leera’), Kyle Baddeley-Read (‘Dr. Ickbik’ and ‘A New World’), Rob Jackson (‘Corporation Pop’ Part Two), John Robbins (‘The Mallow Motivation’), David Huxley (‘The Company’) and Nick Soucek, plus an interview with veteran cartoonist Tony Husband about the history of alternative comics in the UK.
RhiZome Issue #3 (£3) – locally-produced comic anthology (2015) – “a smorgasbord of weirdness!” – featuring works by William Cardini (‘Rock Troll’), Kyle Baddeley-Read (‘Automatic Happiness’ and ‘Fresh Horizons’), Rob Jackson, David Jackson, and Nick Soucek (‘Terminal’).
Out Write (£5) – an “inspiring, colourful and provocative” anthology of poetry edited by Vince Laws (Norwich Pride Poet Laureate) “about involvement, experimentation and satisfaction.”
Absurdica – The People by Karl Kiddie, with drawings by Tom Morris (£6.99) – “Have you ever met a person made from Ash? Is there someone in your family with ball-shaped hands? Do you have a man made from sweets living in your street? Have you heard of a person so preoccupied with other things that they forgot to die? Ever seen a girl that is covered in tongues? What about someone who carries days in a packet? No, you haven’t. Not yet.
“Come with Karl and Tom to Absurdica! Here you will be introduced to these people and many more unique individuals who are dying to meet you, but beware some are very friendly… some are not.
“Absurdica. A world parallel to yours. A world just out of your reach, just out of your sight, but all around you.”