Comics printed competently as ever by Oxprint. There were some problems caused by my having produced A5 originals for an A5 booklet: their machinery is so optimized for A4→A5 conversions that they had to blow up my pages first so the machine could reduce them again, and as a result, some pages are a little skewed. And, as luck would have it, the hasty paste-up for the front cover has a line showing where the text was stuck on to the picture. (I really must investigate getting a cheap-enough DTP package that can do the composition without scissors and glue.) The overall darkness of the comic is rather more striking on paper than on the screen; I need to use less tone in future!
I took my comics to the Caption site on the Friday evening, since my real-world persona was supposed to be helping out with setting up the site. Despite this, I only managed to be seller 'F' in the Infallible Caption Table System, five other people having got their comics set up on the table before me on the actual Satuday morning.
By the end of the festeto, thirteen issues had been sold to the Caption hordes. Not bad (I hope) considering the relatively small crowds and the fact my zine was nestled amongst much cooler stuff.