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'''Black Tea''' is a [[minicomic]] by [[Jason Martin]] of the San Francisco Bay Area.
 
'''Black Tea''' is a [[minicomic]] by [[Jason Martin]] of the San Francisco Bay Area.
  
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==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://http://www.driftwoodcity.com/store/ Issues of ''Black Tea'' at Jason Martin's website]
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* [http://www.driftwoodcity.com/store/ Issues of ''Black Tea'' at Jason Martin's website]
  
 
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Black Tea
Issue 3 April 2010

Black Tea is a minicomic by Jason Martin of the San Francisco Bay Area.

The first issue of Black Tea was released in summer 2007 with 28 mini-sized pages. Martin originally planned it to be a oneshot zine.

Black Tea 3 is the newest issue, published in April 2010. On 28 mini-sized pages it features 2 long comic pieces, first about Jack Kerouac and the Cassady’s, and second about the authors visit to the Tassajara Zen Center, as well as other short & funny autobiographical comics.

Jason Martin also published the zine Laterborn and works on a book-length collection of comics titled Driftwood City.

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