Strange-Looking Exile

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'''Strange Looking Exile''' was a [[compzine]] by [[Robert Kirby]].
'''Strange Looking Exile''' was a [[compzine]] by [[Robert Kirby]].
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Published in Minneapolis, this queer [[comic]]s zine first appeared in 1991. Aside from Kirby's own comics, contributors included Alison Bechdal and Diane DiMassa. The zine ran from 1991 till 1994 and during this time five issues were released until the zine came to an end. In 1994 Kirby teamed up with [[David Kelley]] to publish [[Boy Trouble]].
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Published in Minneapolis, this queer [[comic]]s zine first appeared in 1991. Aside from Kirby's own comics, contributors included Alison Bechdal and Diane DiMassa. The [[zine]] ran from 1991 till 1994 and during this time five issues were released until coming to the end of its run. In 1994 Kirby released a new comic zine called [[Boy Trouble]], which soon included [[David Kelley]] as co-editor.
'''Strange Looking Exile''' was featured in the [[Factsheet Five Zine Reader]].
'''Strange Looking Exile''' was featured in the [[Factsheet Five Zine Reader]].
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category: Minnesota Zines]] [[Category:Comic Zine]] [[Category: 1990's publications]] [[Category:Queer]]
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category: Minnesota Zines]] [[Category:Comic Zine]] [[Category: 1990's publications]] [[Category:Queer]]

Revision as of 17:44, 12 March 2007

Strange Looking Exile was a compzine by Robert Kirby.

Published in Minneapolis, this queer comics zine first appeared in 1991. Aside from Kirby's own comics, contributors included Alison Bechdal and Diane DiMassa. The zine ran from 1991 till 1994 and during this time five issues were released until coming to the end of its run. In 1994 Kirby released a new comic zine called Boy Trouble, which soon included David Kelley as co-editor.

Strange Looking Exile was featured in the Factsheet Five Zine Reader.

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