NIX COMICS QUARTERLY: THE ROCK 'N ROLL HORROR ANTHOLOGY!
Drawing as much from the machine gun pacing and twisted morality of old punk rock records as pre-code horror and humor comics, each issue of Nix Comics Quarterly is 28 pages of full color trash for only five measly bucks!
NIX ROCK 'N ROLL COMICS!
Nix Comics is dedicated to finding and publishing great "lost" rock 'n roll comic stories, from reprints of classics to adaptations of memoirs and biographies!
Do You Remember Rock 'N Roll Record Stores
Adapted from a true to life story about meeting The Ramones by Bela Koe-Krompecher from his popular blog about the Columbus punk and indie rock scene of the 90s. Do You Remember Rock N Roll Record Stores is a story about the punk and indie rock scene of the 90s, from the record stores to the seedy bars. It harkens back to a day before celebrity culture made our idols unapproachable caricatures. On the edges, this comic is about a couple of goofy record store kids meeting the Ramones, at its core this comic is about a part of our past culture that is sorely missed.
Written by Bela Koe-Krompecher
Adapted by Ken Eppstein
Illustrated by Andy Bennett
Only Five Bucks!
Pure Entertainment #1 Pocket Book
Originally published in the 80s by Look Mom, Comics!, Pure Entertainment brought together some of the best cartooning talent in alternative comics from the New York area (and beyond!) to celebrate, denigrate and generally disseminate Rock Music. Many of the artists in Pure Entertainment went on to bigger and better things and this reprint will provide a great "Then and now" perspective on these great cartoonists.
Pure Entertainment is a 72 page, B&W 5" x 7.5" pocket book edited by Pete Friedrich and featuring pieces by Bob Camp, Peter Kuper, Mort Todd, J.B. Bonivert, Dave Simons, Gary Hallgren, Gene Fama, Michael Fontanelli, Eric Cartier, Voss, Liberatore, and much more! The book includes a huge range illustrated of bands and songs – from early Roxy Music to New York Dolls to Devo to Geza X and everything inbetween, plus lots of original storylines!
Only Ten Bucks!
Mark Rudolph's Closing Doors
Closing Doors is the story of struggling record store owner Elvin Cherry who is torn between the necessities of living in a stark urban landscape where mom and pop stores are quickly becoming a thing of the past and his love of the store that is not only his life’s work but also the hub of a small eccentric community.
72 pages, B&W
Only Ten Bucks!
NIX WESTERN COMICS: No Aliens. no Cowboys. Just Two Fisted, gun-slinging fun!
Each issue featuring tales of the itinerant outlaw scoundrel Johnny Skell and the seemingly upstanding Sheriff of New Stockholm, Nevada, Earl Vance.
NIX COMICS FOR KIDS starring BOY HOWDIE!
Ten year old Boy Howdie, America's favorite new scamp, struggles each issue to understand the retro predilections of his hipster parents. Each issue is 20 full color pages for only three bucks!
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