Tom's Fanzine

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'''Tom's fanzine''' is a publication of 28 pages created by [[Robert Roura]] on August 2008 and published in September of that year. The circulation did not exceed 30 numbers and was only officially sold on '''Laie CCCB''' (Barcelona, C/MONTEALEGRE 5).
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'''Tom's Fanzine''' was a 28 page [[one shot]] [[zine]] created by [[Robert Roura]] and published in September 2008. The circulation was limited to 30 issues officially only sold through '''Laie CCCB''' (Barcelona, C/MONTEALEGRE 5).
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The author was inspired by the avant-garde music and jazz to create an absurd forward broken narrative. Graphically it has been influenced by such American underground cartoonists as Charles Burns.
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The publisher was inspired by the avant-garde music and jazz to create an absurd forward broken narrative. Graphically, the zine was influenced by American underground cartoonists, such as Charles Burns.
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You can have a look at this zine in the [[Fanzinoteca Ambulant]] archive/module.
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The zine is part of the [[Fanzinoteca Ambulant]] archive/module.

Revision as of 17:20, 30 July 2009

Tom's Fanzine Issue One, cover
Tom's Fanzine Issue One, cover


Tom's Fanzine was a 28 page one shot zine created by Robert Roura and published in September 2008. The circulation was limited to 30 issues officially only sold through Laie CCCB (Barcelona, C/MONTEALEGRE 5).

The publisher was inspired by the avant-garde music and jazz to create an absurd forward broken narrative. Graphically, the zine was influenced by American underground cartoonists, such as Charles Burns.

The zine is part of the Fanzinoteca Ambulant archive/module.


Contact

  • robertroura (a)yahoo(dot)com
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