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Toronto Comics and Art Fest is our favorite comics event on the planet (tied with SPX), we are honored to be back this weekend! The Silver Sprocket table is in the first floor lobby so they can keep a better eye on us after last year. Find us blushing and giggling next door to our megacrush Fantagraphics for shenanigans and world premiere fresh gear from Liz Prince and Michael Sweater. Bring cleverly hidden whiskey.
Josh PM Frees first joined the As You Were family with Issue #1, and now he's back for the newest installation with a comic about his college days. Read on to find out how he got into comics, what he thinks about Philly and San Francisco, and what his favorite ska bands are.
As You Were contributor Steve Thueson gets mega-honest with his comic about that fateful day back in July 2009 when he almost had sex for the first time... and when a musician playing solo acoustic ska covers made it so he didn't. Read on to find out more about what happened, and what he's been up to since.
We're pleased as punch that Maximum Rocknroll ran a feature on our As You Were series with some comics in issue #396: Do Zines Suck??? Since only four pages of Emily "Buckwheat" Timm's story made it to MRR's newsprint, here is the whole thing as originally published in As You Were, Volume 4: Living Situations.
As You Were contributor Lindsay Watson is like the Björk of comics, with art full of magical, wide-eyed wonder. But it's not all sweetness and light, as she refuses to shy away from depicting raw, dark emotions in her work. To find out more about her "nihilistic but deeply sincere" world view, keep reading.