"Bass Players Kick Ass" Vol. 1,2,3, drawings of famous bass players in Rock N' Roll history.
"All About the Boys" Drawings and commentary on mens trends and fashion (humorous), Issues 1-5.
"Starbucks Guy" mini comic.
"Flying Saucer" mini comic.

City:Baldwin Park
Type of zines:
  • Illustration
  • Comics
  • Music/Art

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What are your current zines about?

My current zines are about famous bass players, "boys" fashion trends, and short autobiographical and fictional comic stories.

What methods do you use to make your zine?
  • Handwritten/drawn
What type of binding do you use for your zine(s)?
  • Stapled
  • Saddlestitched
When did you start making zines ... and why?

I started making zines in 2014. I was inspired by my best friend Suemi Guerra. She created the zine series Suicidal Goldfish. I would go to every zine fest she would table and I was introduced to this amazing world of zines. I fell in love and was totally inspired by her and others to start creating my own.

What was your first zine called? What was it about?

My first zine is called "All About the Boys." It was a collaboration with my best friend Suemi Guerra (Suicidal Goldfish). We had an idea to create a zine about the different types of guys we would see at the many shows we'd go to all around LA. Since we didn't know these guys personally then we'd just give them a nick name, like "Mustache Boy" or "Beanie Boy."

What else do you want people know about you or your zines?

My zines are illustrations I make and short comic stories draw. I have a great passion for music and I play bass guitar, so my illustrations are of famous bass players. As for my mini comics they are about real life situations that inspire me. Though I have a couple of fictional short comics as well.