and the winner is…

FIZZLE by Whit Taylor!

We’re so excited to announce Fizzle received the 2020 Outstanding Series Ignatz Award!

A huge congratulations to Whit for the award! We are so excited for you, and grateful to be a part of sharing it with the world! We’re really looking forward to reading the next issue!

You can order all three of the current issues of Fizzle, or sign up for a Fizzle Subscription!
Subscribers are the first to read new issues, and earn massive discounts on shipping. Subscribers also receive exclusive bonus material, including this Citrus Family Tree Print

Fizzle No. 1 by Whit Taylor

Fizzle is Nominated For Outstanding Series Ignatz Award!

In celebration of Whit Taylor’s series, Fizzle being nominated for an Ignatz Award, we’re offering free PDF downloads of the first three issues until September 11. Read them here:

Download Fizzle No. 1
Download Fizzle No. 2
Download Fizzle No. 3

If you prefer physical comics over digital ones, you can order copies here:

Purchase Fizzle No. 1
Purchase Fizzle No. 2
Purchase Fizzle No. 3

Or subscribe to the first five issues:
Fizzle Subscription
Subscribers receive new issues before anyone else, get deep discounts on shipping, and exclusive bonus items!

You can vote for the Ignatz Awards!
Register by September 7th here.
See all the nominees here. (Congratulations Ben Passmore, Ezra Claytan Daniels, Isabella Rotman, Melissa Mendes, Sage Coffey, and all the other nominees!)
Watch the Ignatz Awards Ceremony 8:00pm EDT on September 12 on the Small Press Expo YouTube channel.

Crossing The Panel Border

Join Radiator Comics for Crossing the Panel Border: Multidisciplinary Cartoonists an online conversation via zoom on Tuesday September 1, 2020 at 8:00pm EDT.

In their absurdist and poetic comics, Marc Bell, Tana Oshima, and Matthew Thurber are always in deep conversation with a host of artistic and literary traditions. It comes as no surprise that all three artists have engaged in many of these traditions directly, producing works of gallery art, literary translation, experimental cinema, rock music, poetry, prose, and more. South Florida cartoonist Drew Lerman will moderate the discussion about the different opportunities and challenges these art forms create, as well as the ways they influence and communicate with one another.

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
Audience members can register to receive the link to this zoom event at
The program will be recorded and posted on the Radiator Comics YouTube channel.

Radiator Comics Studio is made possible through a Knight Arts Challenge Award from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

One Million Tiny Fires Return thumbprint

One Million Tiny Fires Return

Silver Sprocket has published Ashley Robin Franklin’s One Million Tiny Fires in a new edition with nice paper throughout, a brand new cover, and a title in shiny silver foil! If you missed Ashley’s self-published version, now’s your chance to read this otherworldly ghost story!

Tuesday night (August 18), we’re hosting Nuts & Bolts: Publishing, at which Bear & Bee, Allison C.M., and Dale Zine will be talking about their approaches to publishing and printing! It’s gonna be a good one, and it’s FREE! Sign up at

We have a bunch more programs lined up, which you can see listed both on our Radiator Comics Studio page, and our Events page!