COMIX

A Curated Collection of Refurbished Vintage Comics & Accessories.

WARNING: these un-famous funnies are satyrical. Irreverent political and social references with intent, punching-up with truth-to-super power.








“I love the poorly educated.”








 

Mel the Mapleleaf

BY JAMES BRUMMEL


Mel was born in 1967, and turns red or blue depending on what party is in government. First printed for the zine “ROMULAN MOONS” (2016).

 

 

BUZZMAN COMICS

BY JAMES BRUMMEL


Zapboy first appeared on the second episode of Brummel’s reboot of the “Kid’s Half Hour” on CKCU fm in 1993. His other weekly adventures featured his drinking buddies “Dave” and “Jim,” and forgettable characters such as hippie painter “Earnest Love” with side-kick “Pockets the Squirrel,” Irish children’s show host “Blarney the Dinosaur,” “Todd the Tooth,” and the dreaded “Viking Cowboys.” These strips were drawn in 2008, and never printed.

 

Donald Drumpf

JAMES BRUMMEL


The creation of Donald Drumpf was a collaborative effort, starting with a premise by Frederick Christ Drumpf and Mary Anne MacLeod. The idea was pitched around from private schools to board rooms, then funny man Seth Meyers and British person John Oliver whipped the old, locker room joke into an international embarrassment. Here, Brummel documents those early days, from another drunk idea, to an elevator to hell. First photocopied for the “ROMULAN MOONS” zine in 2016.

Uncle Pennybags

JAMES BRUMMEL

The Manarchist Cookbook

JAMES BRUMMEL

*With thanks for consultation to Anie Hubsta.

COMING SOON:

DAFTY DUCK and more from THE VAULT OF FOREVER!

Buzzman says, “Hey kids! Just say no to cops.”

 

 


 

 

 


 

 


BY JAMES BRUMMEL


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