The Annotated Wondermark in bookstores

Two of my comic strip collections, Beards of our Forefathers and Clever Tricks to Stave Off Death, are widely available via whatever venue you like to buy books — Amazon, your local independent bookstore, wherever. But my first collection, The Annotated Wondermark, isn’t in major bookstores and it isn’t on Amazon. I’m pleased if you’d like to buy it from me, of course (as many of you have recently), but I’d also like to extend a special thank-you to the independent bookstores and comic shops who’ve decided to stock it. If you’re local to any of these shops, please patronize them, knowing that they’re supporting li’l folks like me. And, of course, help move their stock so they’ve got to re-order!

Bergen Street Comics
470 Bergen St.
Brooklyn, NY

The Book Table
1045 Lake Street
Oak Park, IL

Comic Relief
2026 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley, CA

Comix Revolution
606 Davis Street
Evanston, IL

Domy Houston
1709 Westheimer
Houston, TX

Forbidden Planet
840 Broadway
New York City

House of Secrets
1930 W. Olive Ave
Burbank, CA

Jim Hanley’s Universe
4 W 33rd St
New York City

I’m going to append and refer back to this post as the book is stocked in more and more stores. If you’re a buyer for an indie store and would like to stock my books, contact my sales rep Tony Shenton (if you know him) or contact me directly. Thanks!


  • CF

    Awesome! House of Secrets is very near me, when I’m not in the position of scrounging for quarters just to buy ramen to feed myself, I’ll definitely head over there.

  • Jennifer

    Hey, neat! I used to live on Bergen St. Still live in Brooklyn. I’ll have to seek it out since I’ve become a fan.

  • FRM

    Dr. Comics & Mr. Games, the best comic book store ever, on Piedmont in Oakland, CA, also currently has your books on its shelves.

    I know because I looked for them. They’re still there, only because I had to choose between Wondermark and the Alan Moore DC collection. It was tough, though. But hey, it took Alan Frakking Moore to top you.