Comics

Punk Planet

Location

4229 N Honore
60613 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
magazine, Punk Planet
Date: 
May/June 2005
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Volume: 
May and June 2005
Issue: 
67
Abstract: 
This issue picks up where the previous two left off, by documenting some of the best artists and designers in the underground. But this issue also pushes into new areas as well, covering fashion design, tattoo art, mapmaking, and even someone who uses love as an art form. It's an eclectic mix full of amazing things to look at-and interesting stories to read.
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English
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Journey to the Southern Oracle: A Neverending Fanzine

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zine, Journey to the Southern Oracle: A Neverending Fanzine
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A short comic zine detailing the author's love for and relationship with the 1984 West German fantasy film "The NeverEnding Story."
Language: 
English
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Two or three pages have coffee stain-like discolorations. 14p, b&w, 5.25"x6.5"
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Threadbare Clothes, Sex & Trafficking

Catalog Number: 
Book, Moore
Date: 
2016
Abstract: 
Comics bringing together fast fashion, low wages, and trafficking together in a series of vignettes taken from the lives of industry vets
Language: 
English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
9781621067399

Chris Ware

Catalog Number: 
Book, Raeburn, Daniel
Date: 
2004
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This book is an exploration of the work of comic artist Chris Ware.
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English
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0300102917
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Item Donor: 
The Illinois Institute of Art

The School to Prison Pipeline

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Covers the disadvantages faced by poor and minority youth that often lead to incarceration. Includes for suggestions to resist this path.
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English
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Website: 

chicagofreedomschool.org
hullhousemuseum.org
www.project-nia.org

Food Boys

Location

4338 W Wabansia Avenue
60639 Chicago, IL
United States
US
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Zine, Food Boys
Date: 
December 2015
Abstract: 
"If you ever go through a break up, and you are feeling depressed, just look through 'Food Boys,' find the description of the boy you just broke up with, and eat that food to make you feel better." In this zine, the authors ask the reader to confront their heartache headfirst, without averting its gaze. With its sixteen paradigms of boys in the guise of food (such as pizza, posole, snow cones, gummy bears), Food Boys provides the recently heartbroken a pathway to feeling better: eat your feelings.
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