“Quick squeeze” by Mick (Philip) Junco
Mick Junco is an artist from Brooklin. “Quick squeeze” is a quick scrotal drawing.
“Welcome to Japiland” by Juan Vegetal
Juan Vegetal is a great young artist from Argentina. He is the man behind the awesome “Felices los ñoños”.
“Homer” by Martín García Garabal
Martín García Garabal is a hell of an illustrator and animator. His short films have received several prizes.
“And Old Song From Childhood”, by Elliot Feldman
Elliot Feldman has been a published cartoonist since the days of the American underground press. For over 20 years, he’s been a TV joke and puzzle writer, mostly for American game shows. In 2003, legendary NYC publisher Barney Rosset published his only novel, “Sitting Shiva”.
“Nixon”, by Jim Siergey
Jim Siergey is a cartoonist out of Chicago, IL. His work has appeared in underground comics, alternative comics and periodicals and even in Time magazine. He’s recently published Cultural Jet Lag: A Retrospective which looks back at the best and purest of the alt-comic strip he and Tom Roberts produced for many years.
“Embrace yourself”, by Lucas S. Salvatore.
Lucas S. Salvatore (Mexico City). He states: “Description not available. My drawings are my best biography.”
“Escroto Adolescente” by Juan Manuel Puerto
Juan Manuel Puerto (1988) was born in Morón, Buenos Aires (Argentina). He is an illustrator and a graphic designer. Juan Manuel loves drawing and editing his own fanzines.