ZCO.MX is a new and unique place to find some of the best work from leading contemporary cartoonists. ZCO.MX is where you can instantly read some of the best comics around with their “try before you buy” model. The goal is to foster goodwill among the comics community, cartoonists and readers in this together. You can read and share comics for free and then you have an opportunity to directly contribute to the cartoonists who made that work.
Here is a brief description from the ZCO.MX site:
zco.mx is a curated not-for-profit comic-sharing website for self-publishing cartoonists and their readers. The site brings cartoonists together to build and share an audience, and readers can contribute money directly to cartoonists for works they enjoy. zco.mx offers a platform where self-publishing cartoonists can make their material available to readers with a simple-to-use user interface and where books can be uploaded within minutes.
You’ll just have to see for yourself and explore. There is so much great work to choose from that it is truly like you’re at a comic arts festival like SPX, TCAF, CAB, CAKE, Short Run, or CALA.
So, no doubt, this is an exciting new venue for new readers and longtime fans alike. Below are just a few samples of what is available. What you’ll find is work from such longtime indie favorites like Roger Langridge, David Lasky, and Jordan Crane, along with a host of other new and emerging talents. And I am honored to be able to count myself among the contributing cartoonists here.
And I’ll tell you something, you will want to explore this site. This is true for any reader as well as fellow cartoonists. ZCO.MX has good-hearted stuff, edgy stuff, offbeat stuff, a truly wide spectrum of comics. And you’ll find commonalities. Yeah, quirky common ground shared by a lot of cartoonists like, huh, the idea of killing a witch. Who knew, right? Case in point: Roger Langridge’s “Tamsin and Papa Walking to School One October Morning,” all about killing a witch (find it here), and my own comic that brashly cuts to the chase in the title, “Kill the Witch!” You can find it here. Okay, go to it, and make your own connections!
Be sure to visit our friends at ZCO.MX right here.