Presenting Be Your Own Backing Band by Liz Prince, collecting punk rock adventure comics from the creator of Tomboy, Coady and the Creepies, and Will You Still Love Me If I Wet The Bed? Read on to preview the first few pages.
Liz Prince is someone whose illustrated anecdotes are guaranteed to make us laugh, but in addition to sharing more about her cats' lives with readers, Prince also tackles many deep, thought-provoking, and important issues surrounding gender, identity, and emotions. Read on to find out about how she's seen the comics industry change, her advice for those who deal with anxiety, and her dental fixation.
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.
Liz Prince’s work appears in all three of our As You Were punk-comix zines, which means that—as you probs already know—she’s not only a total badass, but also really busy churning out awesome things on the regular. This time around, her artwork shows up in July's Adventure Time #30 comic book from BOOM! Studios. More than a dozen artists joined forces to make this issue an [...]
With intense excitement we now present our first set of screen-prints centered on epic art without a band connection with works from some of our favorite artists in the punk scene – Nation of Amanda, Liz Suburbia, Will Laren, and Andy Warner, and a bonus xmas card by Ferin Fick. This is a brand new thing for us, and I hope these are well received as [...]
As You Were #1 review in Maximum Rest and Relaxation! Wow, True Believer! What an amazing comic zine, well put together, printed well, cardstock cover and it’s all about house shows! Tales of victory, regret, missed connections, gripes, glory, and rage. This zine is doing so many things right, it’s got a pretty equal mix of boys and girls, straights and queers, jaded complainers [...]