Why I’m Not An Artist was a small-run comic/zine that I created during the summer of 1997. It was picked up by Lucid Comics, a small but plucky independent comics publisher from Lubbock, Texas, founded by Will Terrell and Brandon Adkins. Lucid published seven issues over five years before we parted ways and I started self-publishing under the name Sexy Paper Tiger, releasing another dozen or so zines comics and nonsense before Destroyed For Comfort got off the ground. This page is intended as an archive, but if you would like a physical copy of any of the books, and I still have one available to provide, there is contact info at the bottom.












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