Stuck in the Gutters #8 is out!

The eight issue of Stuck in the Gutters is now available as a Pay What You Want download on Gumroad. A little delayed, but worth the wait. Follow the link, check it out, let me know what did (or didn’t) like. If you like what we’re doing, maybe throw a dollar or two at the mag to help make sure that each contributor gets a little something. If you need to get caught up, you can find the first seven issues here.

This issues features stuff from Bobby Simpson, Paul Jeter, Jeremy Holt, Jordan Kroeger, and Ricardo Mo. Also, check out the cover from Jason Johnson!leocover.jpg

Stuck in the Gutters #7 is out!

The seventh issue of Stuck in the Gutters is now available as a Pay What You Want download on Gumroad. A little delayed, but worth the wait. Follow the link, check it out, let me know what did (or didn’t) like. If you like what we’re doing, maybe throw a dollar or two at the mag to help make sure that each contributor gets a little something. If you need to get caught up, you can find the first six issues here.

While we’re here, go ahead and peep the awesome cover by Marc Jackson. Stuck in the gutters #7_cover_colour (1)-page-0

Stuck in the Gutters #6 is out!

The sixth issue of Stuck in the Gutters is now available as a Pay What You Want download on Gumroad. A little delayed, but worth the wait. Follow the link, check it out, let me know what did (or didn’t) like. If you like what we’re doing, maybe throw a dollar or two at the mag to help make sure that each contributor gets a little something. If you need to get caught up, you can find the first five issues here.

Issue 6 Contents

Issue 6 of Stuck in the Gutters is nearly here and it’s shaping up to be packed full of good stuff. This issue also makes a full year of SITG and #7 will start Year 2. Not too shabby!

For comics we’ve got:

  • Captain Fugly, a ten page superhero tragedy, by Alexander “Jay” McAllister and Brandon Kiefer.
  • Another installment of Wrestlers vs Aliens from Jordan Kroeger and Ricardo. Word on the street is that the “vs” actually comes into play here.
  • Whiz Bang and the Meteor, a short about the titular the superhero robot, from Forrest Helvie and Michelle Lodge.
  • Paul Jeter returns to SITG with Styx River Cruise Lines.
  • Ryan K Lindsay and Paul Tucker have Little Man in the Big House: Big in this issue, about a size changing hero and a prison riot.
  • Mario Candelaria, Joel Lolar, and Scott Ewen have a nice, heartbreaking little comic in this issue as well.

And for essays:

  • Jeremy Holt continues to talk about the strange journey of breaking into comics with Strange Love.
  • Alex Reynolds writes an open letter to Ben Affleck about his role as Batman.
  • Tyler Hallstrom takes a look at Skottie Young, his style, and his career.
  • Ryan K Lindsay pops up again with another great Jam Session with Dan Hill. As always, this is something to look forward to.

Issue 5 Submissions

With issue 4, our first issue of 2016, out in the wilds of the internet and available for people to enjoy, it’s time to get things together for the fifth issue. If you have a comic short or essay on something in comics, shoot me an email. Need an idea of what we’re looking for? Then check out the first 4 issues of Stuck in the Gutters as Pay What You Want downloads on Gumroad.

If you have something you want to contribute, then just shoot me an email at leoflj91@gmail.com with the subject “Submissions”. Get them in as soon as possible as the fifth issue launches in April!

Stuck in the Gutters #4 is Live!

The fourth issue of Stuck in the Gutters, and the first issue of 2016 is now available as a Pay What You Want download on Gumroad. Follow the link, check it out, let me know what did (or didn’t) like. If you like what we’re doing, maybe throw a dollar or two at the mag to help make sure that each contributor gets a little something. If you need to get caught up, you can find the first three issues here.

And check out this cover by Jordan Kroeger. He was given the idea, “cavemen drawing comics” and turned in this beauty!cover

Issue 4 Submissions Results

The first issue of Stuck in the Gutters for 2016 is shaping up pretty nicely, if I do say so myself. Lots of good comics and essays in this one. But, don’t take my word for it. Check out what’s in store below!

For comics:

  • Bobby Simpson and Mat Nixon bring us the comic short, “My Coworker Doesn’t Care About The American Dream”
  • Alex Jourdain and Wonwoo Jung bring us the five-page “Scrap”
  • Ricardo Mo and Jordan Kroeger continue the story of “Wrestlers vs Aliens”
  • Dino Caruso and Sami Kivela give us “The Shot Heard ‘Round The Worlds”
  • And Paul Jeter returns to SITG with a new short, “A Personal Hell”

And for the essays we have:

  • Tyler Hallstrom talks about Jason Brubaker, reMIND, and Coffee Table Comics
  • Charles Joy gives us a little family, and comic book, history in his questioning of Superman’s muscularity
  • Jeremy Holt has another installment of his “Strange Love” essays, looking at the journey of breaking into comics
  • Alex Reynolds talks about Bill Finger and his contributions to Batman, just in time for his 102nd birthday
  • And Cedbill takes a look at superheroes their reluctance to kill.

If you need to catch up on any of the previous issues of Stuck in the Gutters, they’re always available on Gumroad as a pay what you want download.