I just finished reading YEET #20 published by C.O.P. (Comics On Paper). A paper comic published by fans, for fans and supported by donations from fans. This series reminds me of some of the old Fanzines from the 1960s and 70s when fans created their own comics. With fans interest in DC and Marvel not being as high as it once was, new independent publishers are supplying the need for fans.

YEET #20

This issue contains four great stories:

 

  1. AFTERMATH by Christopher Callaghan
  2. WONDER SQUAD by Brad Hyman
  3. CHANGELING by Greta Fantini
  4. SPACE KNIGHTS by Matthew Zinn

 

Also art by Randall Silverman, Eli Jansen, Slade Ham, Mike Jones and Ron Frenz. This is a great issue and #21 is not far behind. If you’re not on the mailing list or if you’re not sure, contact Mike Jones at copcomics@comic.com for your issue. Or go to https://www.patreon.com/yeetmagazine/overview

I’ve been a fan for 50 years and for the past few years, I’ve lost the interest I once had and have stopped buying comics until I found a few independent publishers. The fun is back and YEET is helping lead the charge.

As they say at the top of their cover: “When all else fails…YEET.”

 

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I just finished reading YEET #20 published by C.O.P. (Comics On Paper). A paper comic published by fans, for fans and supported by donations from fans. This series reminds me of some of the old Fanzines from the 1960s and 70s when fans created their own comics. With fans...