Mini-Comics: Lose #5, Frontier #1, Turtie Needs Work, and More

Mini-comics are a lot like chapbooks or zines: often handmade in small print runs, they celebrate the DIY aesthetic. But mini-comics are worth paying attention to not just because they are precious objects (although that would be enough), they are grounds for experimentation among some of the most exciting cartoonists. Many of the wildest stories I’ve ever read have come in the form of mini-comics, like brief encounters with something new and unknown.

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