Bubbles Zine Reviews John Grund’s West

We were happy to see a nice review of John Grund’s West #1 in the great Bubbles zine! Here’s a small sliver of the review. Also, scroll down to order West #1 or preorder West #2, coming soon! For 6 bucks you get 34 magazine pages of a science fiction heist. West takes place in […]

SPOTLIGHT: What Remains by Camilo Aguirre

We’re excited to introduce you to Camilo Aguirre, the author of What Remains: Personal and Political Histories of Colombia, which will be coming in July. Enjoy a short Q&A with Camilo. Tell us about you! I am Camilo Aguirre. I am an artist from Colombia who studied his MFA in Minneapolis. I am very interested […]

Czap’s Fütchi Perf on Doom Rocket

A fantastic review of Kevin Czap’s Fütchi Perf popped up on the Doom Rocket website. The review praises Czap’s “radical softness” as a novel kind of utopianism. It’s a well-considered review that goes deep into exploring the themes and art of the book. Here are a couple of choice quotes: What does utopian science fiction […]

June, For Short #2

The new series from the cartoonist behind the award-nominated I Don’t Want to be Famous is gathering steam. The second issue of June, for Short, is now available in our store! Meet Tal, a chainsmoking binge drinking writer who stumbled into commercial success by putting her twin sister’s tragic past on display. To distract herself from burrowing guilt, […]

Post York by James Romberger

Piece of History We published Post York by James Romberger over a decade ago. One of the earliest comics we published, it has been sold out for a while. However, we found a small batch of them a couple of months ago while re-arranging our covid bunker office. We’re down to the last 4 copies. […]

WEST #1 by John Grund | Preview

Coming in November! Check out a preview of the first issue of our newest series, West by John Grund. Description: Mo and Sal live and work on a farm selling their harvest at city farmers’ markets, practicing magic, and smoking herbs with their cat, Jynx. As society becomes over-reliant on technology, magic is quickly dying […]

Contemplating the Ruins of the Independent Comic Book Industry

I was staring blankly at the hypnotic spiral on the cover of Ex Libris a couple of days ago. I (Tom K, Uncivilized) was about to hop on a panel with Patrick Crotty (Peow), moderated by Brian Heater, Anthony Ha, and Heidi MacDonald. We were about to talk about the challenges of independent comics publishing […]

Celebrating Uncivilized Eisner Nominees and Winners

In light of the recent Eisner Award nominations for Craig Thompson’s Ginseng Roots, we’d like to celebrate our past Eisner nominees and winners with a little sale. Use code: UNCIV-EISNER to get a 20% off discount on our past nominees and winners: Post York by James Romberger (2013, Best Single Issue or One-Shot) Set in New York […]

Starred Review of Ex Libris by Matt Madden

The first major review of Ex Libris by Matt Madden is here! It is courtesy of Foreword Reviews: Matt Madden uses multiple methods of visual storytelling in the surreal, inventive graphic novel Ex Libris. A troubled person enters a room that holds a bookshelf stocked with comics and graphic novels. Wondering about the provenance of […]

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