Andy Warner


LGBTQ* News You Should Know About

Today, February 24th, 2014, Uganda’s President Museveni signed an anti-gay bill into law. This laws makes homosexual (first offense) acts punishable by 14 years in prison. Individuals who are found guilty for having continuous homosexual sexual experiences (between consenting adults) can face life in prison. 

Read More HERE

Above comic from the Center of Constitutional Rights, presenting “The Case Against Scott Lively.” Lively is an anti-gay pastor who is being sued in the United States for human rights abuse in Uganda. 

The comic artist is Andy Warner, who’s Tumblr can be found HERE.



And we are so pumped. Get it: iPad or PDF

In this issue, you’ll find stories about making open relationships work, the logistics of loving a sexbot, and more. Pretty cool, right? The Mating Ritual is included with the cost of subscription and is also available for $2.99 as a single issue purchase.

Secondly, this issue features a super rad collaboration between Symbolia, Popular Science, and Tumblr. Shape Matters explores the life and work of an artist-turned-mad scientist who has dedicated her career to the study of insect genitalia. Written and illustrated by Andy Warner and featuring 360 degree animated GIFs of insect copulatory organs, this is one of our finest published works to date. Don’t miss it! Other amazing talent in this issue includes:
  • Matt Bors and Sarah Mirk interview three people who are making non-monogamous relationships work.
  • Audrey Quinn and Kat Fajardo on how–and why–humans might love sexbots.
Also! Please take this short user survey to help shape all of our tomorrows.One lucky survey taker will win a beautiful Symbolia art print from the story of their choice! So hop to it and tell us what you want to see next.

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P.S. We want to give a special shout out to Chris Mohney and the great team at Tumblr’s Storyboard for supporting Symbolia. We’re honored to have worked with you and can’t wait to see what you do next.


With intense excitement we now present our first set of screen-prints centered on epic art without a band connection with works from some of our favorite artists in the punk scene – Nation of Amanda, Liz Suburbia, Will Laren, and Andy Warner, and a bonus xmas card by Ferin Fick.

This is a brand new thing for us, and I hope these are well received as there are plenty more punk rocker artists and ambitious designs we hope to make prints for.  But really, what am I saying, of course these will be well received – just look at them!

This first batch of designs is limited to 49 pieces each, every one hand-numbered and dated on the back. Lovely and economical, the 5" x 7" screen-prints are $8 and the 11.75" x 15.75" ones are $14.

The Liz Suburbia “House Shows” print especially has been demanded by everyone who picked up As You Were #1, fuckyea being able to have nice things!

The latest issue of Symbolia is here! Get your copy ASAP: Subscribe to Symbolia on iPad or via PDF.

This issue features amazing stories about the human impacts of climate change and was coproduced with Years of Living Dangerously, a SHOWTIME® documentary series exploring the human impacts of climate change on Americans and others around the world.

In this issue, you’ll:

  • Go fishing in Lake Erie’s algae soup
  • Learn about the impacts of ocean acidification
  • Meet the Green Muslims
  • Discover the impermanence of permafrost
  • And more!

This is a blockbuster, extra large edition of Symbolia. Contributors include Andy Warner, Audrey Quinn, Jackie Roche and Lucy Bellwood. Don’t delay. Get Symbolia on iPad or via PDF today. And for more information on the biggest story of our time - check out YEARS.

Veronica and the Good Guys (Irene 4)

This story first appeared in Irene 4. It was a collaboration between Irene co-editors d.w. and Andy Warner, with d.w. writing and Warner drawing. 

If you like what you see, why not pick up a copy of Irene 4, or better yet pre-order Irene 5 and get five bucks off Irene 4! Your support helps us pay for the printing of the next issue.