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    There's always that "miscellaneous" group of items left over when you try to break down any large group into specific categories, and that's what you've got here. You've already checked out the Jab pubs with Solo Foster Projects, right? And then there is the page with the special Our Story Thus Far ultimate artist jam series. And all the issues of the mini-anthology Stuff have their own section. Now that you've gone through those, these are all that's left in the Jabberwocky Graphix zine pile. Wide ranging, aren't we?

LOCS
LOCS - "Lots of Creative Scribblers"
( 28 pgs, 4 1/4" x 5 1/2", b&w )  $2.00   To Order Form

   For the first time ever, 28 of the top science fiction fan artists are gathered in one publication, all working around the theme of goofy titles based on the letters L, O, C, and S. Hey, we work hard around here to come up with something different for these creative types to get excited about! Check out this line up: Freddie Baer,Harry Bell, Sheryl Birkhead, Ross Chamberlain, Randy Cleary, Kurt Erichsen, Ken Fletcher, Brad foster, Alexis Gilliland, Trinlay Khadro, Tim Kirk, Sue Mason, Julia Morgan-Scott, Ulrika O'Brien, Peggy Ranson, Bill Rotsler, Alison Scott, Sherlock, Stu Shiffman, Craig Smith, Dan Steffan, Diana Harlan Stein, Steve Stiles, Taral Wayne, Alan White, Kip Williams, delphyne woods, and Frank Wu.

The Insipid Six #1
The Insipid Six #1
( 8 pgs, 4 1/4" x 5 1/2", b&w )  75¢   To Order Form

   The first feature-length adventure of John Howard's hilarious semi-heroes. (Yes, in the world of mini-comics, you can refer to a 7-page story as "feature-length" when it is published in an 8-page mini!) Watch in stunned awe as Tele-Twerp, The Sonic Snore, Dr. Drool, Hose-Nose, 8-Ball, and The Winning Smile leap into action, and calamity results.

The Insipid Six #2
The Insipid Six #2
( 12 pgs, 7" x 8 1/2", b&w )  $2.00   To Order Form

   For this second volume we went up to more pages and a larger page size, 'cause the boys really deserved better treatment! This one collects together all 27 of their first appearances in The Comic Buyer's Guide, plus a brand new strip featuring Koostark of the Planet Poohbah. You get the secret origins of all six members, along with baddies like The Crimson Crud, The Mad Mother, Banana Master, The Mighty Fink, Captain Bad-Boy, and even more. The Insipid Six, when you don't need too much help!

The Boho Bros' Alphabet Soup Kitchen
The Boho Bros' Alphabet Soup Kitchen
( 32 pgs, 7 1/2" x 8 1/2", b&w )  $3.00   To Order Form
   I'll admit to a definite fascination with using the alphabet both as a design base and an inspirational source. On my own I've done two alphabets (The Alphacats print and the Alphabeastiary mini), and I ran Ted Bolmans wonderful "Soonday Moonday" alphabet over several issues of the Stuff series. So when Ted also got together with Wayne Honath to do this great artist jam project, I had to put it into print! Each artist took turns doing the first half of a rhyme scheme based on a different letter, and the other artist had to then finish it. This resulted in wonderfully odd two-panel tales like: "A Determined Dinosaur Drove into my town, and went Door to Door selling Drugs, no cash Down." -or- "A Nasty Nun smacked Nancy North becasue she misspelled 'Noise'; but Nancy's Now the New wave Nymph, most loved by Nubile boys."
The Saga of Happy Ned
The Saga of Happy Ned
( 44 pgs, 4 1/4" x 5 1/2", b&w )  $2.00   To Order Form

   Colin Upton's sharp-edged satire of when religious fanatics go over the edge, as the perpetually smiling, two-fisted born-again boy Ned and his Rabbit Spot take on the unbelievers with guns ablaze. Take warning, this one will probably offend those who are easily offended, but then isn't that how such things usually go? It's dark humor at both the darkest, and the funniest! (Colin has comments at the back in answer to where Ned came from. Part of his answer: "..From the veiled threats of self-righteous fanatical TV evangelists preaching the politics of hate with words of love. From the historical intolerance of monotheistic religions....")

Skinboy in Space
Skinboy in Space
( 8 pgs, 4 1/4" x 5 1/2", b&w )  75¢   To Order Form

   This was a lot of fun to work on! I teamed up with artist J.R. Williams using his character of Skinboy. He did the basic pencils very simply, and then I came back and did the semi-patented Foster over-inking, and I think the merging of our two styles turned out really well.
   Oh, the story? Skinboy is floating in space (but you probably already figured that out on your own, right?), and then has a short wordless adventure involving trying to get a drink, and an alien kidnapping. Hey, it's only 3 bits, get it!

Chuck Chicken & Bruin Bear
Chuck Chicken & Bruin Bear
( 36 pgs, 8 1/2" x 11", b&w )  $3.00   To Order Form

   It took quite a while to get this one together, but I'm quite proud of having done it. Mike Turville drew the adventures of Chuck & Bruin for several years, and they appeared in dozens of different publications, some with tiny circulations, even for the small press. I loved these strips and wanted to have them all in one place, so figured why not do it myself? These are like nothing you've ever seen before– funny, witty, bizarre, always inventive, and quite often brilliant. Chuck is the big guy with a take-charge attitude, while Bruin is the little guy who tends to follow along, although in his own style. Full magazine size, printed on quality paper stock, and includes a great introduction by writer and comics historian Dale Luciano.


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