comix and zines



Opens today 4PM-10PM as a part of Second Sundays at @pioneerworks

Brought to you by @clocktowernyc​ Curated by Ø.K. Fox of @thesilentbarn​ Zine Team & @disclaimergallery

Featuring work by:

1) Chris Simon
2) Mike Taylor
3) Matt Thurber
4) Jack Reese/Andrew Alexander
5) Katbus Brawl
6) Slow Youth
7) Jenny Zych
8) Nuts! Fanzine
9) KJ Martinet
10) Ben Urkowitz
11) Sarah Crowe
12) JinHee Kwak
13) Aniahs Gnay
14) Sessa Englund
15) Lala Albert
16) Metropolarity
17) Ø.K.Fox
18) Blind Arch
19) Lale Westvind
20) Caroline Paquita
21) Ilana Blady
22) Sakura Maku
23) Randon Rosenbohm
24) Matthew Van Asselt
25) &
26) Hazel Newlevant
27) Annie Mok
28) Holly Simple
29) Gonzalo Guerrero
30) Meghan Turbitt
31) Nick Amara
32) Robert Richburg
33) Kayley Berezney & Cait Davis
34) Marcela Szwarc

additional images by:
-Mimi Chrzanowski
-Anuj Shrestha
-Austin English
-Dailen Williams
-Mia Schwartz

“Paperjazz” flyer and poster by Alex Degen

For more info on our past and future exhibitors, check out this page 


Available Now! 

Witch Tips - A written zine with spot illustrations, containing handy tips to make your own spells, or whatever. Contains 1 random tarot sticker.

January 2016 - Issue 1 of 12, containing a summary of my life that month. Contains 1 random tarot sticker. 

Tarot Sticker Set - All three stickers on white vinyl !


I got this zine directly from Megan at San Jose Zine Con and have been re-reading it ever since. I was kind of predisposed to liking iit because it takes place in the Santa Cruz Mountain (a place close to my heart) in the year my mom was born (1957). 

The Convent Grove Incident is ”…inspired by Ghost Towns of the Santa Cruz Mountains by John V. Young, “Kentucky Route Zero”, and “Mad Men”.”

It’s the story of a thief and con-man named Jack disguised as a salesman and the creepy, supernatural mess he accidentally walks into after stopping for directions at a house in the Santa Cruz mountains on a dark and stormy night.

The house is owned by two sisters who talk him into staying for dinner and eventually into spending the night on account of the storm causing the nearby bridge to flood and the roads to be covered in mudslides. During dinner, and after Jack steals a necklace and some cash from one of the bedrooms, the sisters tell him about the history of the land they live on: There really was a convent in Convent Grove, until it was hit by a meteor, and after that, people started disappearing. The only one who came back, came back “different”.

Jack doesn’t seems too worried about the old legend. It’s only after he turns out the light that the sisters reveal their true motives, and true identities.

I choose not to think it’s a coincidence I’m writing this zine review on the same night I’m listening to cassette re-issues of horror and suspense radio shows from the 1950′s. I got a handful of them for 25 cents yesterday and they were too warped to listen to all the way through. I was able to find them online, though. 

The 50′s were totally creepy, man. And this zine is totally fun to read.

Nothing is as it seems in Convent Grove.