The Nib Magazine Issue One: Death
In the debut issue of The Nib’s quarterly comics magazine, 20 artists from around the world offer illustrated insights on the fate that comes for us all: death. The gorgeously printed issue highlights top-notch storytellers in the compelling medium of comics journalism. Among many engaging comics, editor Matt Bors interviews acclaimed author Barbara Ehrenreich about why the wellness industry is a scam, Whit Taylor reports from a New Orleans funeral home, and Andrew Greenstone communes with an LA pet psychic.
Matt Bors, Rachel Dukes, Elen Crenshaw, Ally Shwed, John Martz, Isabella Rotman, Emi Gennis, Eleri Harris, Sophie Yanow, Andrew Greenstone, Whit Taylor, Josh Neufeld, Gerardo Alba, Andy Warner, Sarah Mirk, Amanda Scurti, John Carvajal, Julia Grofrer, Levi Hastings, Liliana Segura, Jackie Roche, Ted Closson, Yazan al-Saadi, Ghadi Ghosn, Emily Flake, Scott Bateman, Matt Lubchansky, Joey Alison Sayers, Pia Guerra, Kasia Babis, Bianca Xunise, Julia Bernhard, Phil McAndrew, Vanessa Del Rey, Mark Kaufman, Nomi Kane, Terry LaBan, Brooke Barker
Cover artist: Oliver Hibert. Sticker artist: Gemma Correll!
Please refer to these charts before ordering if you are not familiar with the brand of shirt it is printed on! The style of shirt should be identified in the description. Ladies shirt sizes can be especially zany, as many ladies have no doubt noticed in stores. The Human Bird and Paperklip even made an incredibly charming video about those.
One thing to keep in mind American Apparel, Royal Apparel, and Alternative Apparel all run about a size smaller than their Gildan/Hanes counterparts. Ladies 2XLs are pretty small, and if you were to be in the market for a Ladies 3XL, the size basically picks back up at Unisex Large. The cut is slightly different but the message is the same: you are cooler than everyone else.
Some Basic Information
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If You Are in the US
We currently ship things a couple of different ways.
If You Are... Elsewhere
We ship things internationally using DHL eCommerce!
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We offer DHL Parcel eCommerce shipping options for if you're in a low to medium rush, and USPS Priority Express international for when you need something ASAP and money is of no concern to you. They're priced according to speed and tracking accuracy.
- DHL First Class: 220 Countries, Final Delivery scan to most countries, 3-21 days.
- DHL Priority: 220 Countries, Much Better Tracking*, 14 average transit days.
- USPS Priority Mail Express International: 3-5 average transit days is what they advertise!
Please note that we cannot mark packages as "Gifts" to help you evade customs, as that's international mail fraud and they'll throw us in jail which is pointless in a way since no jail can hold us. It is however very inconvenient.
Still have a question about shipping? We have a whole bunch of FAQs about specific things that you should go check out.