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Missy Kulik started drawing comics for many zines such as Roctober and Plume in 1992. She started her own zine, Pocket, in 1994. Pocket lasted 10 issues and each came with a little toy or candy in the back of the cover. In 2004 she published a compilation of comics and self published her first book, Personal Charm.
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'''Missy Kulik''' ia a zinester and artist.
  
Missy has also published many mini comics that are still popular today, like Where's a Cookie?, This is Your Toy and I Want It, Elephant Story, Ahoy There, My Word (a split with John Porcellino) and Kneehigh series, to name a few.
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Missy started drawing comics for many zines such as [[Roctober]] and [[Plume]] in 1992. She started her own zine, [[Pocket]], in 1994. Pocket lasted 10 issues and each came with a little toy or candy in the back of the cover. In 2004 she published a compilation of comics and self published her first book, ''Personal Charm''.
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Missy has also published many [[minicomic]]s that are still popular today, like [[Where's a Cookie?]], [[This is Your Toy and I Want It]], [[Elephant Story]], [[Ahoy There]], [[My Word]] (a split with John [[Porcellino]]) and the [[Kneehigh]] series, to name a few.
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==Zines==
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*[[Ahoy There]]
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*[[Elephant Story]]
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*[[My Word]]
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*[[Pocket]]
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*[[This is Your Toy and I Want It]]
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*[[Where's A Cookie?]]
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==Contributions==
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*[[Plume]]
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*[[Roctober]]
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[[Category:Zinester|Kulik]] [[Category:Artist|Kulik]]

Revision as of 14:38, 3 December 2007

Missy Kulik ia a zinester and artist.

Missy started drawing comics for many zines such as Roctober and Plume in 1992. She started her own zine, Pocket, in 1994. Pocket lasted 10 issues and each came with a little toy or candy in the back of the cover. In 2004 she published a compilation of comics and self published her first book, Personal Charm.

Missy has also published many minicomics that are still popular today, like Where's a Cookie?, This is Your Toy and I Want It, Elephant Story, Ahoy There, My Word (a split with John Porcellino) and the Kneehigh series, to name a few.

Zines

Contributions