Friday, February 12, 2016


Sunday Comix Group jam in progress.
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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Now Faster Foaming Pepsodent!

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Monday, February 8, 2016

Neno's Winter Blues Fun Pack!

If you haven't yet checked out my work or are just looking for a good deal on fun comics, I'm offering a gob of my wares this week at discounted prices!

The Winter Blues Fun Pack includes:
-The Signifiers #1 and 2

 The Signifiers is my flagship title, a genre-bending, epic sci-fi adventure. #2 has an interview with Tom Scioli (Transformers vs. GI Joe, American Barbarian) on the current state of comic book distribution and lots of unpublished Scioli artwork. Both issues also feature Landlark, the Heat-Seeking Dwarf! The first issue is 48 pages; the second, 52 pages.

"Just read Michael Neno's The Signifiers - one of the strangest, coolest comics I've read all year" - Paul Pope, on Twitter

"I really enjoyed Landlark, the Heat-Seeking Dwarf. I was captivated by it. I felt like I was really watching these strange events unfold before me." - Tom Scioli 

"If Jack Kirby and Paul Pope had ever gotten drunk together and produced a comic book, The Signifiers would be it. Reading The Signifiers #1 reminded me of the first time I read Love & Rockets." - Leroy Douresseaux, The Comic Book Bin.

-Reactionary Tales #1

 My Xeric grant-winning title is the intro to The Signifiers Universe, the intro to the series This Eternal Flaw and Larvae Boy, Emperor of the Insect World, and features an introduction written and drawn by Paul Pope, "The Ballad of Michael Neno".

- The Quacky Pig and Friends Coloring Book

My first, magazine-sized coloring book features highlights hand-painted on the front and back cover of every copy. It's twisted fun in the style of old Whitman coloring books. 

"The undeniable magnificence of Quacky Pig leaves me scratching my head in admiration" - Steve Lieber (Conan the Barbarian, The Road to Perdition)

- A random issue of my Pictures of Benevolence mini comics

- A kitschy Underwater Cats button

- A different Underwater Cats greeting card

That's $23 worth of goodness for $20, plus free shipping! Just email me at: for payment arrangements.
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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Small Press Comics I've Read Recently, February 2, 2016

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Friday, January 29, 2016

Be Taller Instantly!

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Magazines I've Read Recently, January 29, 2016

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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Recently Read: Argosy, February 23, 1918

This issue begins a new serial (the cover story) which, like some of the short stories and the complete "Along Mystery Trail", by Frank Blighton herein, contains too many coincidences or obvious turns-of-plot to be entirely enjoyable. The continuation of the serials "A Kashmir Abduction" and Achmed Abdullah's "The Trail of the Beast", though, were welcome sights. The political intrigues in "The Trail of the Beast" are, unfortunately, still relevant. The ending of Victor Rousseau's "Fruit of the Lamp" was the best of all, continuing a humorous, whimsical situation comedy-fantasy not unlike P.G. Wodehouse's concoctions. 

I enjoyed a letter from a longtime Argosy reader, Theodore Wells. Here's an excerpt: "...Why, I even forgot to eat supper, and I never left the book till I had read it from beginning to end. I really forgot that picture-shows or the like existed when I got to reading The Argosy. From now on I can look to many comfortable hours with The Argosy, and will continue to read it and also the All-Story Weekly until I leave this world."
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