Fed up with wealthy techies destroying the formerly gritty culture of Fog City, a punk lady moves out to the sticks to soothe her soul. Though she is only looking to escape, a mysterious and hairy stranger disrupts her plans and causes her life to change in unexpected ways.
Janelle Hessig‘s Tales of Blarg helped define east bay punk fanzines in the ’90s and beyond. Cartoonist, writer, riot grrrl muse, and one-woman laff factory, Janelle’s work can be found in subversive materials hidden under your mattress or hung defiantly on your wall. She’s been a touring drummer, a pop culture journalist, and the marketing director for Last Gasp. Her work has appeared in comics anthologies and on punk record covers since the beginning of time. Check out her publishing company Gimme Action for work by Liz Suburbia, Brontez Purnell, and Hessig herself.
18 page full-color comic; 8.5″ wide x 5.5″
Silver Sprocket, 2020