Author: Ted Intorcio

The Seeker

The Seeker is a deceptively dark adolescent fantasy. Valasco tightrope walks through the innocent everyday magic of childhood, while sticky and more hormonal currents, begin to penetrate the whimsical suburban environs. A coming-of-age story by way of magical realism, The Seeker has as many layers as a forest’s bed of dead leaves.6″x9″ 70 Pgs BWAvailable […]

Tomorrow Forever

Theth: Tomorrow Forever is an anti-narrative, an artists journey down the gullet of Saturn devouring his son, nursed by Alice the Goon, Wendy O. Williams, coffee and winter in Ohio. Bayer’s hardcore coming of age fever dream is half-heart, half-groin, all oblivion; and takes the reader to the inside of a lost boy thrashing through slush […]


Bernadette is a cat with one enemy: houseplants. She finds contentment in naps and food, but will the introduction of a new, seemingly special plant change everything? Lauren Barnett proves once again she’s the master of the anthropomorphized animal characters with the unrepentant potty-mouth. 5.25” x8.25” Full Color 42 pages

Silence Anthology

M.S. Harkness brings together this anthology of stories from cartoonists that are best known for creating auto-bio comics. They are normally independent and self-directed. However, something unique, unexpected and entertaining happens by introducing collaboration between these artists (one writes, the other illustrates) and encouraging an ongoing dialogue: the blending of ideas and styles that are more than […]


Loosely inspired by Dick Briefer’s Frankenstein this 36-page violent nightmare is offset by beautiful colors and followed by a five-page backup feature and pin-ups by Jason T Miles and Matthew Thurber. Cover by Jeff Test, this story-within-the-story serves as a bookend to “Theth: Tomorrow Forever”.6 5/8″ x 10.125″  36 Pages Full Color$6.00

Jumbo Mumbo

Mumbo has delighted comics fans for many years. Containing interviews, sketchbook pages, classic comics and comic strips from the likes of famous artists like R. Crumb, Denis Kitchen, Jay Lynch and Walt Kelly among others, Jumbo Mumbo collects David Tosh’s personal comics journal, for the first time. In addition, covering history, personal stories and commentary […]

Why I Hate Superheroes

At the risk of offending every fanboy and girl on the planet, I have to get this off my chest.  Comics aren’t pop culture. Superheroes; they’re pop culture. Comics aren’t. Fitting all of comics into the realm of pop culture is like suggesting all books can be classified as pop culture or all music is […]

New Title: Tomorrow Forever by Josh Bayer

Lots going on! First and foremost, thank you to all supporters of independent comics, we can’t do this without you. Today’s spotlight is the upcoming Tomorrow Forever by Josh Bayer.  I’m really excited to tell you about Tinto’s 2019 book, Tomorrow Forever. You may know Josh’s work from the host of other projects he has […]