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Dumb No. 1 + 2 by Georgia Webber

Georgia’s Voice

This week we’re happy to announce that we have replenished our supply of Georgia Webber’s comic series, Dumb! We’re excited to carry the continuation of Georgia’s series with issues six, seven and eight! Plus, we have copies of the Retrofit/Big Planet double-issue reprint of No’s one and two!

Dumb is a really powerfully rendered story of living with a disability, and we’re honored to carry all eight issues (two more to come!). In addition to the comics, Georgia uses Dumb as an interdisciplinary examination of voice, with essays and other media investigations. You can check it out at http://georgiasdumbproject.com

Reid PsaltisDave OrtegaGeorgia WebberJason ViolaJon ChadFestivals thumbprint


Comics festivals are a fun way to expose yourself to new comics, and an excellent opportunity to meet comics artists! Some Radiator artists will be hitting the road this weekend to start their festival calendars, they may even be in your neck of the woods!

Reid Psaltis will be exhibiting this weekend at the Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, WA. Meanwhile, on the other side of the country, The Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo (or RIPE) will be taking place at the Providence Public Library. They’ll be hosting many great artists including six folks we distro:
Dave Ortega
Georgia Webber
Jason Viola
Jon Chad
Liz Prince
& Penina Gal

If you have the opportunity, you should stop by and say hi!

You can view more upcoming events on our events page!

Don’t forget, all orders through March 31 receive a free Loaded Blanks Greeting Card.

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Dumb No. 1 by Georgia Webber


Radiator Comics welcomes our first international artist this week. Georgia Webber lives in Toronto, and makes some really amazing comics about her throat injury and her subsequent inability to speak. We’ve got all five issues of Dumb, and look forward to carrying future issues as well! If you’re in Montreal this weekend, you can say hi to Georgia at Expozine.
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