Latest Issue: 50 (Winter 2011)
Feature Stories

Despite What You've Heard, Zines Aren't Dead
Liz Worth investigates the survival of zines and finds that they're more important than ever

Broken Pencil's 15 Year Timeline

50 People (And Places) We Love

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from Ayun Halliday, Matthew J. Trafford

by Greg Gerke, Kim Chinquee, Erik Wahlstrom, Tom Luckie, Fan Wu, Fan Wu

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Broken Lines
With Broken Lines, Thomas Pappalardo has created a charming world where Sharpie drawings and text narrate a rag-tag gang's journey for the good and true, two values that manifest themselves mostly in threats and brawls against the many nefarious groups who wish harm upon Maggie, Cowboy, Spaceman and Vampire. The Illuminated Concern for Fastidious Bloodkeeping (vampire hunters), Firemen (demons from Hell), and the Space Agency (paramilitary agents) are each looking to destroy one or more members ... Read more.

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