Newly Added Zines!

The Entertainment, Literature & Biography department just received a newly cataloged batch of zines and minicomics. Here are a few that stand out: 

With the addition of  Floating Head volumes 3 and 4 to the shelves, you'll be able to read the project in its entirety. The brainchild of St. Louis artists Mike McCubbins and Matt Bryan, Floating Head is a collection of sci-fi comics and illustrations of various sizes and formats that come together in 4 separate issues. The various printing and binding techniques make the series a tactile gem-- you'll want to get your hands on these. 

Wakeling is a wordless, beautifully illustrated comic about a coven of women led through the forest by a fox to their 'ultimate transformation.'

Check out the ode to the Flamin' Hot Cheeto,We Are Made One With What We Touch and See. Photos, illustrations, lyrics and reviews come together to make this hilarious homage to America's favorite snack

Dream Whip is a multi-year project of filmmaker, photographer and author, Bill Brown. According to Brown, issues 1-10 (all bound together) contain "over 5 years of late night walks, bad coffee, and lots of pointless driving around." The series is mostly comprised of mini narratives, some with illustrations, and the random photocopied photograph, news clipping or other media can be found throughout.

Learn to make a D&D character with An Adventurer Is You! Kristal Feldt, employee at Central Library (and Dungeon's & Dragons@The Library point person), created step-by-step instructions on how to build your very own D&D human, dwarf, haffling, orc, half orc, or other race for this RPG. 

These are but a few of the many new zine titles we've received. Want to see them all? Come in to Central Library and check out the zine collection in the Entertainment Literature & Biography department, located on the second floor. You can also do an advanced search of the catalog for zines. Select Call Number from the pull down menu and type 'zine' in the box next to it: 

At the bottom of the screen hit the Search button and the results will include everything cataloged with a 'zine' call number. From here you sort the results in various ways including Date Acquired:

Selecting this will show all of the zines that the library has most recently cataloged first. Be among the first to view these newcomers-- check one out today! 

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