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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Ahoy there, shipmates! We’re up to our third issue of The Lake Erie Monster, and it’s pretty much a perfect jumping on point if you were lost at sea for the first two issues. To give you an idea of what’s going on in our flagship tale of Cleveland’s treacherous yesteryear, we’ve decided to preview the issue with the first 5 pages.

We’ve updated our list of local retailers over at our Buy The Comic page with our most recent additions, if you’re in the Cleveland area. If not, or ya can’t make it to one of these fine establishments, you can always order the comics through our very own Shiner Comics Store.







And that’s just the start of it! This issue also includes a double page The Commodore’s Cleveland, the introduction of The Commodore’s Parlor, an all new 10 page back up story called The Bumble Run, along with all the zany ads and extras our readers love and clamor for each issue!

Another quick note, The Lake Erie Monster #2 is still available, and though the print edition sold out, and we will be reprinting it shortly, the digital version of The Lake Erie Monster #1 is still only $1!



Scene Magazine’s first annual Comics Issue is out and on the stands this week! They’ve assembled 5 local comic creators to breakdance on the loose theme of Cleveland: Past, Present, Future, including The Lake Erie Monster’s own John G and Jake Kelly, along with Gary and Laura Dumm, MJ Robinson and Kevin Czapiewski!

Jake contributed a Commodore’s Cleveland page to the issue, more of which can be found in the pages on The Lake Erie Monster comics books! (still available online or at select Cleveland area retailers):

John G’s contribution is this odd look into the world of the Gordon’s Square and life of The Non-Temporal Man:

Here’s MJ Robinson’s conversation with surly ol’ Cleveland, The Dog. Be sure to head over to to check out more of her clever and awesome comics:

Gary and Laura Dumm take on our most loved and respected sometimes home for Monsters, but always a source of pride and debate, The LAKE ERIE:

Lastly, but never leastly, Kevin Czap takes us on a walk through the probably future to Perf House with some lovable future youths, I like these kids:sc_010913_czap