Magic Whistle #15

Alternative Comics
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The 15th issue of Sam Henderson’s long-running, award-nominated MAGIC WHISTLE is here with way too many gags, Dirty Danny’s private island, fun with Monroe Simmons and the world’s meanest gym teacher, the return of ‘Always Funny'; plus guest appearances by Steven Kraan, back cover art by Victor Cayro and three-page confessional about her tryst with the Thing by Meghan Turbitt.
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About the author

Steven Kraan: Steven Kraan is a comic artist, who has recently moved to Vancouver/Canada. His drawing daily comic strips feature flying laserskulls, incompetent doctors, time-traveling rodents, dancing brains, strange cosmonauts, talking vegetables and everything in between.
Victor Cayro: Victor Cayro is a self-taught artist that has been influenced by the beauty of art in general. His work can be found in a variety of anthologies, including Big Book of the 70's, New Thing:Identity, Studygroup Twelve #2, What's Wrong?, Legal Action Comics vol 1 & 2, True Porn vol. 1, House of Twelve

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Alternative Comics
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Sep 1, 2015
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