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'''Comixville''' , 'A Quick, Little Guide to Self-Published Comics'. This mini spotlights a [[comic]] artist on each page with a sample, a summary of the story, and contact information. The reproduced cartoons often have print too small to easily read. Otherwise mostly a well chosen sample of indie [[comics]] from this [[Portland]], Oregon [[zinester]].
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'''Comixville''' , is a minicomic subtitled, 'A Quick, Little Guide to Self-Published Comics'.  
  
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''Comixville'' was published in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. It spotlights a [[comic]] artist on each page with a sample, a summary of the story, and contact information. As well, contributor [[Sean Stewart]] conducted short interviews for the zine with artists such as Dave Kiersh, Billy McKay, [[Carrie McNinch]] and [[Ben Snakepit]].
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.microcosmpublishing.com/catalog/zines/74/?PHPSESSID=a1dce9f0c6ba519dc760f1e93c6b9c6d Microcosm Publising Details]
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[[category:Zine|Comixville]]
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[[Category:Review zines]]
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[[Category:Oregon Zines]]
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[[Category:Comic Zine]]
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[[Category:Minicomics]]
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[[Category:Comics]]

Latest revision as of 10:28, 28 August 2012

Comixville

Comixville , is a minicomic subtitled, 'A Quick, Little Guide to Self-Published Comics'.

Comixville was published in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. It spotlights a comic artist on each page with a sample, a summary of the story, and contact information. As well, contributor Sean Stewart conducted short interviews for the zine with artists such as Dave Kiersh, Billy McKay, Carrie McNinch and Ben Snakepit.

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