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The Small Press Expo (SPX) is 13-14 Sep at the Bethesda North Marriott & Conference Center, 5701 Marinelli Road, Bethesda, Maryland

SPX hosts an annual festival – the largest such festival in the United States – that provides a forum for artists, writers and publishers of comic art in its various forms to present their art to the public!

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Couldn’t have said it better ourselves!

Simply CANNOT wait for all the amazing people and creations we’ll see at SPX! Treat yourself and attend if you can.


And beautiful. I’m starting a zine based around this illustration to hand out at spx. The bottom illustration is an example of what you can expect in the zine. Monsters galore!

Just one of the AWESOME talents going to the Small Press Expo! To check out more follow the SPX tumblr and go to to find out how to attend!

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Ah, SPX 2013, it feels like only yesterday.

Needless to say, we had a great time at SPX this year. So many great people making so many great comics! A big thanks goes out to everyone involved. 


Ignatz Seals in books in the wild!

More congrats to all of this year’s winners and nominees! 

The Small Press Expo: Advice for Exhibiting at SPX →


Good thoughts, good thoughts…


Hi everyone. I’m in pre-SPX anxiety mode (known in my journal as “StressPX”) and Rich basically dared me to write this, so.

Advice for First-Time Exhibitors at SPX!

I’ve been coming to SPX since 2005, and exhibiting since 2006. Here are a…

Seems legit.

The Small Press Expo: SPX and Politics & Prose presents Jeff Smith at Wilson High School in... →



SPX and Politics & Prose presents Jeff Smith at Wilson High School in D.C. Thursday Night September 12!!

Hey, all you Washington, D.C. Jeff Smith fans!

Jeff is going to give a short talk (not to be repeated at SPX, by the way) and sign copies of the new, all-in-color, complete hardback…

We’re marking our calendars…be sure to mark yours!

Comic-Con: International 2013 - A Look Back

Too Much Coffee Man creator Shannon Wheeler chronicled Comic-Con: International 2013 to commemorate the year we launched comiXology Submit. Reposting his full strips as we look back and prepare for SPX.

After reading this week’s new chapter of Spera we’re adding Sam Bosma to our “Don’t Miss at SPX" list.

Here is a Sneak Peek of Spera Vol.3 #5 from our friends at Archaia. If you love great art and story, you can’t go wrong with this Eisner-nominated series!