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    So Buttons #11

    So Buttons » So Buttons #11 released by Alchemy Comix on June 2021.

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    So... begins the 2nd decade of So Buttons Comix.

    This all-new issue features cover art by Kayfabe and Street Angel creator Jim Rugg, in tribute to a Basil Wolverton Plop! cover.

    Includes a funny toast to scotch with November Garcia and a heartwarming tale of a Make-a-Wish meet-and-greet with John Cleese drawn by UK's B. More. And in keeping things Brit-like, legendary UK small press creator Phil Elliott joins me for a romp through indie comix while I lived in London. Continuing the "famous folks that share my birthday" series with Carol Channing by The Coin-Op creators, Maria and Peter Hoey. No issue of So Buttons is complete without T.J. Kirsch who helps me realize that you can't go home again. And finally it's my last internship story, this time at Topps, drawn by Garbage Pail Kids artist Jeff Zapata, with a tribute to unground comix legend (and Garbage Pail Kids creator) Jay Lynch.

    Also, illustrations by A.T. Pratt, Garrett Gilchrist, Andy Rash, Fred Hembeck, Lucas Eisenberg-Baylis and Miss Lasko Gross.

    "Baylis continues to get better with every issue of his collaborative autobio comic... a solid, satisfying piece of storytelling." Rob Clough, The Comics Journal

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