Fanbreeding

by Kara Dennison

 

Fanbreeding was created by Kara Dennison exclusively for Nth Degree. In addition to Fanbreeding, Kara’s output also included BlackLight, ConScrew, Seraph Shell, Sticky Wicket, and Yuusha Kime Kalibourne. Fanbreeding ran in Nth Degree from Issue #13 to Issue #22.

You can see more of Kara’s work at ConScrew.com.

 

Debt On

by Scott Morris

 

Debt On follows a small cast of characters navigating the financial hazards of young adult life. It ran in Nth Degree from Issue #13 to Issue #14.

You can read the complete run on the Debt On website.

 

Bob the Angry Flower

by Stephen Notley

 

Bob the Angry Flower is a webcomic that tells the exploits of an easily angered anthropomorphic flower named Bob and his interactions with the world, often in search of either global domination or love. The comic has been running since 1992 and is still one of the most popular features to ever appear in Nth Degree. It ran in Nth Degree from Issue #1 to Issue #14.

You can read the complete run on the Bob the Angry Flower website.

 

BelchBurger

by Rob Balder and Dan Fahs

 

BelchBurger was created twelve years before Rob and Dan helped launch Nth Degree. It was originally created as a submission to the comics syndicates in an attempt to be placed in newspapers throughout the country in the early Nineties. As a result, some of the references are a little dated—the more dated strips never ran in the zine but they’re all collected here for the first time for your reading enjoyment. BelchBurger ran sporadically in Nth Degree from Issue #2 to Issue #23.

 

Arthur King of Time and Space

by Paul Gadzikowski

 

Arthur King of Time and Space takes a unique approach to the classic Arthurian legend by placing it at different points in time (far future SF, the old west, contemporary). It ran in Nth Degree from Issue #11 to Issue #14.

You can read the complete run on the AKOTAS website.

 

All Grown Up

by Mitch Calhoun, Coy Powers and Brad Taylor

 

All Grown Up is a gaming comic that was loosely based on the real-life exploits of its creators. It ran in Nth Degree from Issue #7 to Issue #12.