Gremlin

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gremlin is the mini comic series created by [[Dan Morris]] (credited to d. morris).  It was named after the movie which Morris was obsessed with as a child though didn't see until his teens and for the single word titles that Fort Thunder artists would use for their mini-comics (the comics of which served as an inspiration for him).  The first issue (issue 0) debuted at Heroes Con 2005 though it would take two years for issue 1 to see release in the spring of 2007.  The series currently up to issue 2.  The series is noted for the radical changes in subject matter in every issue and Morris's haphazard art style.
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'''gremlin''' is the [[minicomic]] series created by [[Dan Morris]] (credited to d. morris).  
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It was named after the movie which Morris was obsessed with as a child though didn't see until his teens and for the single word titles that Fort Thunder artists would use for their mini-comics (the comics of which served as an inspiration for him).  The first issue (issue 0) debuted at Heroes Con 2005 though it would take two years for issue 1 to see release in the spring of 2007.  The series currently up to issue 3 after a 2 year hiatus.  The series is noted for the radical changes in subject matter in every issue and Morris's haphazard art style.
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== Issues to date ==
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=== Issues to date ===
* gremlin issue 0 "The Autobio Issue"  
* gremlin issue 0 "The Autobio Issue"  
* gremlin issue 1 "Cast Adrift"
* gremlin issue 1 "Cast Adrift"
* gremlin issue 2 "Vs."
* gremlin issue 2 "Vs."
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* gremlin issue 3 "Party Monsters"
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Minicomics]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
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[[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]

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gremlin is the minicomic series created by Dan Morris (credited to d. morris).

It was named after the movie which Morris was obsessed with as a child though didn't see until his teens and for the single word titles that Fort Thunder artists would use for their mini-comics (the comics of which served as an inspiration for him). The first issue (issue 0) debuted at Heroes Con 2005 though it would take two years for issue 1 to see release in the spring of 2007. The series currently up to issue 3 after a 2 year hiatus. The series is noted for the radical changes in subject matter in every issue and Morris's haphazard art style.

Issues to date

  • gremlin issue 0 "The Autobio Issue"
  • gremlin issue 1 "Cast Adrift"
  • gremlin issue 2 "Vs."
  • gremlin issue 3 "Party Monsters"
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