Festival of the Photocopier Zine Fair 2015 part two

There were a lot more comic people at this years Sticky zine fair, apologies to the hundred odd folk I missed. Here's a few of the comics folk I managed to get holiday snaps of.

Rose Wu, Rosa Hughes-Currie and Linda Lew

Ben Juers and Michael Hawkins

Michael Fikaris

Merv Heers

Simon Hanselmann, JMKE, and HTML Flowers

Ele Jenkins

Nicky Minus and Bailey Sharp

Minicomics Mogul Andrew Fulton

Chris Gooch draws the zine scene

Phil Bentley

Jess Parker, Ben Hutchings, Scott Reid, and Captain David Blumenstein (focus optional)

Brendan Halyday and Frank Candiloro

Brent "The Destroyer" Willis

Ive Sorocuk

Jase Harper and James Andre

Nicky Minus and Sam Wallman

Bobby N

HTML Flowers

Marc Pearson

Tim Molloy

Not Matt...by Michael Fikaris

After the wonderful afternoon selling good comics to good Melbourne folk, Brent Willis and I headed over to Port Melbourne to purchase healthy salads. In a terrifying confrontation we found Brent's toughest of the tough anti-anti-heroes from THRUST JUSTICE had escaped the page and entered our reality! We hastily purchased out healthy salads and retreated to the safety of my Art Deco apartment on the waterfront.

Thrust Justice in the "COMICS"

Thrust Justice in "THE REAL WORLD"

To learn more about Thrust Justice purchase a copy to read with your healthy salad from the Pikitia store.

Florence and (the) m'Zines Zine Fair

Pikitia Press had a fun time at the Florence and (the) m'Zines zine fair last week. met some lovely new people and caught up with old friends. We were amongst a dozen tables in the Nightingale Warehouse as part of Anstey Village Better Block Party. There should be more block parties with zine fairs every week throughout the year! Big thanks to Alex Clark for organising and getting us a spot in there.

Squishface Studios' 'Serious' David Blumenstein and 'Thoughtful' Ben Hutchings

Darling David Mahler

Ashley from Caldera Press, Alice from Hobart, and Sarah from Caldera Press. Melbourne Risograph studio, Caldera Press!

I ducked out for thirty minutes to visit Melbourne's jam packed old comics storehouse Evil Empire. As I walk in some punk is harassing the owner for copies of Bongo Comics non-Simpson brilliance, Gary Panter's Jimbo. Too late Sucka! I already bought them all years ago. Ha! Ha! Fool! Evil Empire has treasure, I traded the owner some stupid supey-hero comics for these NZ mini-comic gems by Karl Wills, Adam Jamieson, Timothy Kidd and Sophie McMillan.