Eyeball Suck

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'''Eyeball Suck''' is a zine/comic written by Andrew Lips from the UK.
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'''Eyeball Suck''' is a [[zine]]/[[comic]] written by Andrew Lips from the UK.
''Eyeball Suck'' follows the biographical life of Andrew Lips. There is a continuing theme of self-loathing and self-doubt written in a humorous style. Other common themes are travelling, sex, gender and death. Although Eyeball Suck is Lips' main zine/comix, he has also created The Bike Ride Tour, a zine about his 22 day bicycle trip around the South of England.
''Eyeball Suck'' follows the biographical life of Andrew Lips. There is a continuing theme of self-loathing and self-doubt written in a humorous style. Other common themes are travelling, sex, gender and death. Although Eyeball Suck is Lips' main zine/comix, he has also created The Bike Ride Tour, a zine about his 22 day bicycle trip around the South of England.

Revision as of 23:08, 4 December 2012

Eyeball Suck is a zine/comic written by Andrew Lips from the UK.

Eyeball Suck follows the biographical life of Andrew Lips. There is a continuing theme of self-loathing and self-doubt written in a humorous style. Other common themes are travelling, sex, gender and death. Although Eyeball Suck is Lips' main zine/comix, he has also created The Bike Ride Tour, a zine about his 22 day bicycle trip around the South of England.

In 2010, popstar Kate Nash blogged about issue 3 of Eyeball Suck.

Issues

  • Eyeball Suck 1

Travel tales, visiting graveyards.

  • Eyeball Suck 2

Issues 1 and 2 were later compiled into one issue.

  • Eyeball Suck 3

Includes a comic about Michael Jackson, a crazy adventure and other sad tales. Currently sold out.

  • Eyeball Suck 4

Includes how Batman and Robin really met, being friendless, cross-dressing and mispent youth.

  • Eyeball Suck 5

Andrew's 2010 year. Comes with a free CD of 24 songs.

  • Eyeball Suck 6 (to be released JAN 2012)

Comes with a free CD of 14 songs. Cover art by Chris Clavin

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