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  1. JERKSTORE- #9 Zine: Joyce Manor, Too Many Daves, Autistic Youth, Hung-ups, Not Shy Of The DIY

    JERKSTORE- #9 Zine: Joyce Manor, Too Many Daves, Autistic Youth, Hung-ups, Not Shy Of The DIY

    $4.00

    #9 - July 2011. Awesome Australian Punk zine! Features: Joyce Manor, Too Many Daves, Autistic Youth, Hung-ups, Not Shy Of The DIY Learn More
  2. JERKSTORE- #12 ZINE: Dead Broke Rekerds!, Negative Reinforcement, Agitated+

    JERKSTORE- #12 ZINE: Dead Broke Rekerds!, Negative Reinforcement, Agitated+

    $3.00

    52 pages (May 2013) This time around I talk to NEGATIVE REINFORCEMENT and AGITATED (both Perth locals), plus Mike Bruno from Dead Broke Records and camera-holding band-botherers Marc Gartner and Brian Kelleher. HMMMM... YOU MIGHT WANNA GET THIS. Learn More
  3. COMETBUS- "Mixed Reviews" BOOK

    COMETBUS- "Mixed Reviews" BOOK

    $5.00

    Just as "Chicago Stories" goes out of print, we are treated to another new short book from Aaron Cometbus. It pulls together a few selections previously publishing in other zines, magazines, and newspapers to create a story about his time in New York City, taking a walk for his 30th birthday, the switch of an old friend to a new lover, coffee reviews in Pensacola, a clever book review of Peops by Fly, a library love story, and more. Learn More
  4. COMETBUS- "Add Toner: A Cometbus Collection" BOOK

    COMETBUS- "Add Toner: A Cometbus Collection" BOOK

    $13.00

    Add Toner includes Lanky (a novella), Back to the Land (an oral history of the children of hippie homesteaders), plus sixty other interviews and short stories. The text is lovingly handwritten, interspersed with bold graphics and illustrations. Includes never- before- published material. Learn More
  5. COMETBUS #59- Post-Mortem ZINE

    COMETBUS #59- Post-Mortem ZINE

    $5.00

    What are the successes and failures of punk and its institutions? What happened to a once-thriving punk underground that paralleled the mainstream in music, publishing, comics, and art? Aaron Cometbus embarked on a year-long quest for the truth, interviewing scene makers like the people behind Epitaph Records, Fat Wreck Chords, Bound Together Books, Left Bank Books, Thrasher, Interference Archive, Fantagraphics, the Center for Cartoon Studies, C-Squat, and many other friends, luminaries, artists, and troubled souls. This is Cometbus at its finest, casting a loose net over an era and giving it meaning that would otherwise slip right past the history books and out of sight. New! Learn More
  6. COMETBUS #58- Zimmerwald ZINE

    COMETBUS #58- Zimmerwald ZINE

    $3.00

    A teenager finds solace in a diner full of grumpy seniors during the heydey of San Francisco punk. It's a mythological place, full of ghostly archetypes, the aging veterans of scenes past and future. Reads like a novel, but is it fiction or barely disguised autobiography? Or is it the obituary of a movement? That's up to the reader to decide and Aaron to never let on. Either way, the backstory of the angry old woman glaring at you from the other end of the counter becomes a disturbing glimpse into your own future and distressing as this may be it's hard to put down or get out of your head. Learn More
  7. COMETBUS #56- "A Bestiary Of Booksellers" ZINE

    COMETBUS #56- "A Bestiary Of Booksellers" ZINE

    $5.00

    The 56th issue of Cometbus is a loving ethnography of New York City's wild, weird, and bearded used book trade. Aaron writes about his fellow book dealers—and their tribes—with all the unflinching and generous powers of observation that he's applied to every subject. Learn More
  8. COMETBUS #55- "Pen Pals" ZINE

    COMETBUS #55- "Pen Pals" ZINE

    $3.00

    After the achievement of cataloging the history of Berkeley bookstores and chronicling his Asian tour with Green Day, this issue beckons back to unique friendships like the one Aaron has had since 1988 in Berkeley with a woman named Yula and a collaborator named Andy as they shifted and evolved, involving many entertaining side-plots. It's about Aaron finding himself, casting his interests in stone, and friendships maintained through the post..
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  9. COMETBUS #54- "Travels To China With Green Day" ZINE!

    COMETBUS #54- "Travels To China With Green Day" ZINE!

    $4.00

    Long time friend of Green Day and drummer of Billie Joe's side band Pinhead Gunpowder, Aaron Cometbus has recently released the 54th issue of his punk zine, Cometbus. This issue of Cometbus is dedicated to Green Day and talks about Aaron's experiences with Green Day as he toured with them in Asia in January of 2010.
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  10. COMETBUS #53- ZINE

    COMETBUS #53- ZINE

    $3.00

    Cometbus 53! Maddalena Poletta and Aaron trade writing duties in this issue, and their writing styles compliment each other quite nicely. You can always count on Cometbus to provide a good subcultural fable. Where punks are the protagonists, and hippies often the fools. The villainous roles are filled by time, and death, and the whole thing will be related to books somehow. Even as Aaron implores the reader to focus on more than the ending, to pay attention to the process itself, he provides us with storybook reliability, and comforting resolution every time. The issue features Bent Stories, wherein motorcycles are ridden, and hats lost forever. It also includes the fascinating story of John Holmstrom, student under Will Eisner, and perhaps, the inventor of punk as we know it. In the NYC Scene Report, we learn what punk shirts are being worn around town, and Hole In The Wall is about an underground "apartment" in a subway tunnel. Maddalena tells a series of stories about cancer that will break your heart, one in the form of letters. And Nate Powell did the cover. Yes! Learn More

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