Slave Labor Stories is forty pages packed with 13 comic titles. 40 pages! 13 titles! And a cover by Evan Dorkin! Eeeeee! Look at the line up:
Pirate Club: "Suburban Warfare" by Derek Hunter
The Ghouly Boys: "The Legend of the Bat" by Christopher
Street Angel: "Ninja, Please!" by Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca
serenity rose: "EEEEYAHAHAHAAAA!" by aaron a.
Bear: "Free Comic Book Hell. With a Pig." by Jamie Smart
Outlook: Grim: "Free Commies from Hell!" by Black Olive
Milk and Cheese: "In Order to Save Comics We Must Destroy Them" and "F.A.Q." by Evan Dorkin
Little Scrowlie: "Scrowlie Must Be Free" by Jen Feinberg and Todd Meister
Autumn: "Autumn Arrives" by Tommy Kovac
Dr. Radium: "Free Time" by Scott Saavedra
Little Gloomy: "The Savage Seedling" by Landry Walker & Eric Jones
Bill and Ted's Most Excellent Excerpt by Evan Dorkin
Halo and Sprocket: "Face It" by Kerry Callen
And just when you thought it absolutely could not get any better, IT GETS BETTER! SLG comics creators are going to be doing signings. Mark your calendars -- July 3!
Christopher (The Ghouly Boys) and Black Olive (Outlook: Grim)
5525 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego CA 92117-2342
Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca (Street Angel)
Phantom of the Attic in Oakland
406 South Craig St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Jen Feinberg and Todd Meister (Little Scrowlie)
2138 University Ave.
Berkeley, CA 94704
Bob Elinskas and Mike Kelleher (15 Minutes)
24 Oak St.
Jamie Smart (Bear)
The Norfolk and Norwich Millenium Library
No, I don't understand how British addresses work, either. We once sent something to someone in England whose address was "The Thatched Cottage." Isn't that charming?
EDIT: Now, whattaya gotta do to get Free Comics, you ask? Just head over to the Free Comic Book Day Store Locator and type in your ZIP code to find a partcipating retailer in your area.
Jennifer de Guzman