Fun and Games by James Ulmer, 24 pages, pocket size, black and white photocopies
James Ulmer's work is normally seen on the wall, but his world of imagery really sings in the book/zine format. Equal parts mark-making/humor/refrenced-image-remixing, Ulmer's seemingly simple line has great depths---the viewer of Ulmers work is greeted by equal parts enjoyment and a puzzle to chew on. 'Fun and Games' sums it up well.
This zine in particular is worth a look, as Ulmer simplifies his approach, almost as if in pursuit to see how stark he can make things and still provide the fun pop that is so essential to his project.