by Leland Goodman
What does it take to become a Guitar God?
For Zoe Rashida, the first step is passing Biology. Nobody ever said the Rockstar life was easy. With college applications, short attention-spans, a crippling obsession with her guitar, and (mandatory?) extra-curricular study hall threatening to pull the plug, Zoe needs to crank it to 11 in order to make it to the next gig... even if she’s only booked in her bedroom. With the help of a supernatural Deathmetal spirit-guide, stubborn teachers who won’t budge, and a family with immortal resolve, she just might make it.
This one goes out to anyone who’s ever felt like an idiot in High School.
Originally published weekly online, this volume collects Act I of Basement Dwellers.
Praise for Basement Dwellers:
"It's great." - Alex Goldman, Reply All Podcast
"A beautiful, intimate reminder of how confusing and upsetting being that young can be, when you want to have control over your life but barely have control over your body." - The A.V. Club
“Basement Dwellers is an incredibly insightful comic, a warm and thoughtful work of art.” - K.L. Ricks, Country Darkness
“Basement Dwellers proves some of Life’s truths: friends move away, school ends, but Rock and Roll will never die.”- Hansel Moreno, Mother Made Us To Die
68 pages, full-color, 6.5" x 10", perfect bound
866 in stock