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The Rick and Morty Fanzine

Hello! Now that I have done some research, I am officially ready to announce that I am starting a Rick and Morty fanzine! 

This zine will be 16 pages total, counting the cover pages, and it will have 10 pieces of art, one piece drawn by each applicant. I currently have 9 slots opened, so if you want to apply, please message me over Tumblr or Skype. If you do not want to apply, you don’t have to, but it would be wonderful if you could reblog this post to spread the word to those who do.

All art for the zine MUST be related to Rick and Morty, but it doesn’t have to feature Rick and Morty themselves; you can draw a tribute to any of the supporting characters or even some of the creatures that have only been seen once on the show or in the comics. Pocket Mortys related art is also welcome! If you are considering in drawing art for the zine, all pieces of art must be 5.5 x 8.5 inches.

Thank you for reading this post, and I hope you apply for the zine! :) Applications will end on August 13th.


Hey guys! We have some cool news!

We have added digital copies of Anime On VHS and Original Works by Jack Estenssoro on our etsy! For only $3 you can get all of the zines in their current bundles, and the ability to print out as many copies as your heart desires. They are formatted so they are immediately ready to be printed, folded, and shared with all your friends! 

Do not fret, though, we still have physical copies available if you are not able to print out your own. We are still more then happy to do that for you!

We will be putting out more digital zines through out the week, including exclusive, never before seen content! How exciting! So make sure to keep your eyes out for updates on that! 

Anime On VHS ( @anime-on-vhs )
digital download / physical copy

Original Works by Jack Estenssoro ( @aboywhopaints )
digital download / physical copy


It was back in 2012 that artist Cam Evans became interested in collecting old VHS tapes from swap meets and anime and sci-fi conventions. This all started with a longing for the warmth of VHS and a nostalgic connection with the characters. Fast forward to 2014 when Cam decides to start experimenting with the tapes in the VCR and begins to photograph the results. After much trial and error, @anime-on-vhs was created on Tumblr and the project continues to grow.

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