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  • 25cm x 17cm 
  • Published in Tilburg, 2018 

Wobby is a risograph-printed magazine of comics, illustrations and literature. It was shortlisted at the 2017 Stack Awards for Best Use of Illustration, and its energetic artworks are a brilliant complement to the unique, quirky sense of humour that runs through its pages. This issue is doused in fluoro pink, and the hand-printed process means that no two copies are exactly the same.


In this issue:


  • Short story by Felicity Fenton on how seemingly unimportant choices lead to preparing last meals for prisoners, illustrated by Hanna van Dun
  • London-based illustrator John Broadley was inspired by the predictions of the end of times, prophetic messages and warnings
  • Steppie Lloyd Trumpstein’s full-grown gnome ‘Orgastiko’ copes with existential fears, and despite his doubts ends up with a job
  • Dutch illustrator Floor Rieder made a three-coloured poster celebrating satanic cats
  • Short story by Juliet Gagnon about being harassed by two violent girls
  • And mobsters get a fright from a living corpse in the desert. Comic by Jeroen de Leijer
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