Somewhere between the elegance of the artist’s book and the accessibility of the Chick tract exists the minicomic. It is no one’s bastard art form, but instead an ideal marriage of expression and craft.
Minicomics are meant to be treasured. This is not a disposable art form.
Minicomics are meant to be affordable. A minicomic shouldn’t cost more than a sandwich (keeping in mind that a fancy sandwich can cost $14).
Mincomics are a publishing art, not a fine art. While monicomics may find their way to a gallery wall, this is not their first home. Minicomics are meant to be printed and disseminated.
Design is not simply the wrapping paper for a minicomic’s content. Design is content. Minicomics are objects, and those objects matter.
Mincomics are for everyone. Anyone with a piece of paper, a pencil, and access to a photocopy machine can be self-publisher. Make your minicomic today.