House Shows



[PDF / Epub] ☉ House Shows ❤ Mitch Clem – E17streets4all.co.uk AS YOU WERE is a brand new punk comic anthology zine curated by Mitch Clem and featuring an array of some of the awesomest cartoonists in the scene all contributing brand new comics based on a central AS YOU WERE is a brand new punk comic anthology zine curated by Mitch Clem and featuring an array of some of the awesomest cartoonists in the scene all contributing brand new comics based on a centralized theme Issue one s theme is House Shows, and featurespages of BRAND NEW COMICS from the following Andra PassenAndy WarnerAnthony SorgeAshley Rowe PalafoxBen SnakepitBill PinkelBrad DwyerBrian ConnollyEmilja FrancesJosh PM FreesKim FunkLiz PrinceLiz SuburbiaMelMitch ClemNation of AmandaRamsey EverydaypantsRick VPlus gorgeous cover art by Steve LarderMakes a perfect addition to any punkhouse bathroom.House Shows

Mitch Clem first gained recognition for his comic series Nothing Nice to Say, a satire of punk music and culture, before moving on to the autobiographical comics San Antonio Rock City and My Stupid Life He also created and curated the punk rock comic zine As You Were, and has drawn album art, merch, and flyers for hundreds of bands He lives in San Antonio, TX with his wife fellow cartoonist Amanda Kirk and their daughter.

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  • Paperback
  • 72 pages
  • House Shows
  • Mitch Clem
  • English
  • 07 November 2018

10 thoughts on “House Shows

  1. says:

    I m totally enad of this zine and the way the stories range from silly to poignant Some here capture not only the fun and meaning of punk house shows, but also the awkwardness and confusion of trying to find a stranger s house, enter unfamiliar surroundings with people you may not know, and wind up feeling out of place even as the music is awesome Captured perfectly, actually I m gonna go read in the corner.Anyway, get this, now, and 2 Yes, now.

  2. says:

    My love of Mitch Clem has probably been on going for a decade or so now, and it s truly wonderful when someone who s work you admire grows with you I love this new zine series varied, funny, sad, tragic, and relatable on all levels.

  3. says:

    Witty, nostalgic, silly, unnerving, an honest portrayal of house shows A fantastic beginning to a zine series.

  4. says:

    Look the only thing wrong with this is that it s not longer and it makes me feel all old and nostalgic.

  5. says:

    Possibly my favorite zine of all time.

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