Issue Zero Now Available

Launched at the 2010 Toronto Comic Arts Festival in May, exp. issue zero is now available for sale online.

With thirty-six pages entirely written and produced by Mathew Kumar, the issue continues in the same vein as the original minus one issue, featuring several experiential articles considering the games Mathew experienced between the 26th of October, 2009 and the 4th of May, 2010.

In this issue:

– Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (A covert operation)
– Batman: Arkham Asylum (A pointless question leads to a genuine realization)
– Deadly Premonition (A movie guide)
– Retro Game Challenge (An open letter)
– Torchlight (A cut-out-and-keep activity)
– Dark Void Zero (A cross review)
– Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes (An interview)
– The Shivah (A hero?)
– exp.ress Mail (An analogue internet)

As with minus one, these articles will NEVER appear online. While supplies last, orders will be fulfilled with the limited first edition produced for sale at TCAF. All issues feature a unique transparent cover design.

Update, June 10th: All first print (TCAF) copies of the first edition are now sold out. First edition, second print copies will begin being dispatched the week after E3.

Buy now: Sold Out

Published by exp. Magazine, on June 7th, 2010. Filed under: News1 Comment

One Response to “Issue Zero Now Available”

  1. a sample page or two would be nice, or some way of knowing what we’re getting.

    also, i’d gladly pay 7 bucks for a pdf copy. sorry if it crimps your style, I just don’t want physical copies of things.

    Comment by radam on June 13, 2010 at 1:00 pm

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