John Isaacson

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John Isaacson is a zine editor who has created the zines Do-It-Yourself Screenprinting, Pyromania, Feedback, and Grumpy McBumbles. All of his zines are minicomics.

Do-It-Yourself Screenprinting, originally titled Do-It-Yourself Silkscreening, was self-published for three issues, before being collected in a book format published by Microcosm in 2007. DIY Screenprinting is a how-to guide about printing t-shirts in the comfort of one's own home. It also details Isaacson's adventures as a street vendor on Telegraph avenue in Berkeley, CA and working in a t-shirt shop.

Pyromania is a dumping-ground for Isaacson's various autobiographical contributions to anthologies such as Sidewalk Bump, Pet Noir, Not My Small Diary, The Bridge Project, I Saw You, and Side B.

Feedback is a concert-review comic, concerning mostly hardcore and punk shows and also exists as a blog at

Grumpy McBumbles is a happy-go-lucky hobo.

All of these comics are available for ordering on-line at and



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