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Well? Don’t just stand there! Send me an “Ask!” See what happens next!

Hello, everybody this is Star Blossom, chief of this blog, it is my pleasure to introduce you what could be a really fun experience.

“What is this?” Some might be inclined to ask

In a few words: This is an experiment! An interactive platform where you develop a story (Via the Ask function) and it is up to me, with the best of my abilities, to make your words and ideas come to life!

For Mini-Comic Monday it’s…Copy This! #43. This issue is a 28-page, B&W info/news mini comic zine published by D. Blake Werts. Cover by Cameron Forlsey. Also includes an 8-page minicomic by Andy Nukes!

In this issue Joseph Tenney interviews San Francisco based indie artist Cameron Forlsey. The two discuss Cameron’s connection to the Mission Mini Comix crew, his early discovery of his inner artist, developing his unique style, growing up, influences and inspirations, tattoos and tattooing, and making time for making comics! In addition to the interview are several images of Cameron’s highly detailed ink work!

Closing out this issues of Copy This! is the community news and info section that update us on the current offerings from:

Andrew Goldfarb (Bucket O’ Leeches, Triumph of the Trolls); Bob Corby (Oh, Crap! Not A Clue? Mini Comics); Charles Brubaker (The Ghost Cat); Jacob Alvarez (Chinatown Bus); Joseph Tenney (Squad Car (the APA)); Mission Mini Comix (If it Quacks Like a Fascist, Fentanyl); Poopsheet Foundation/Rick Bradford (Wag War, Poopsheet?); and Scott Davis (Minis, Digest, Etc.: An Iterative Reference Guide).

Blake is planning an all new ALL ART issue for January 2018! If you want to be included you need to send Blake your doodles by December 32st, and remember to keep it PG-13!

To get your hands on Copy This! and for more info contact:

D. Blake Werts
12339 Chesley Drive
Charlotte, NC 28277
or email Blake at: bwerts (at) vnet (dot) net


Caught at the coffee shop still wearing his pajamas and in the corner’s that fly girl dressed from the future he’s never had the guts to talk to: Man Boy tries fitting in at an underground cybergoth club to see if he’s worthy of hanging with the mysterious, rad lady he always wanted to know.