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The term "ghost car" comes from the adventures Pranas had traveling back from [[Fluke]] 2006 with [[David Yoder]], [[Jon Chadurjian]], and [[Kevin Burkhalter]] that involved driving down the backwater roads of Georgia at night by turning off the car's headlights and turning on the domelights creating what is sometimes refered to as a ghost car.
 
The term "ghost car" comes from the adventures Pranas had traveling back from [[Fluke]] 2006 with [[David Yoder]], [[Jon Chadurjian]], and [[Kevin Burkhalter]] that involved driving down the backwater roads of Georgia at night by turning off the car's headlights and turning on the domelights creating what is sometimes refered to as a ghost car.
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==Printed Zines & Minicomics==
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* [[Rocket Tonic Quarterly]] #003
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* [[Loose Ends]] #1
  
 
[[Category:Publisher|Ghost Car Press]] [[Category:Small Press Publisher|Ghost Car Press]] [[Category:Georgia Publisher|Ghost Car Press]]
 
[[Category:Publisher|Ghost Car Press]] [[Category:Small Press Publisher|Ghost Car Press]] [[Category:Georgia Publisher|Ghost Car Press]]

Revision as of 17:59, 4 April 2007

Ghost Car Press is the Savannah, Georgia-based zine and minicomic publisher founded and run by Pranas T. Naujokaitis in 2007. Right now Ghost Car Press only prints Pranas' own zines and minicomics.

The term "ghost car" comes from the adventures Pranas had traveling back from Fluke 2006 with David Yoder, Jon Chadurjian, and Kevin Burkhalter that involved driving down the backwater roads of Georgia at night by turning off the car's headlights and turning on the domelights creating what is sometimes refered to as a ghost car.

Printed Zines & Minicomics