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You must have your free PDFs of Space Squid issues! A whale-load of outrageous and sometimes funny sci-fi and outrageousness! These PDFs contain your planet's finest and funniest free sci-fi known to squiddom!

The current free PDF is issue #7. To redeem, just add it to your cart and enter the promo code ILOVESQUID. If you are one of the lucky people with an exclusive promo code from an editor, you can get #7 and get your special download on our promo page.

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Space Squid #2 PDF

(aka Vol 1, Issue 2) Summer 2006 Squid Grrrl: Corina Frankie Print run: 300(?), Office Depot Notes: First appearance of the wildly popular funpage. Glossiest black and white cover we

Space Squid #1 PDF

(aka Vol 1, Issue 1) Summer 2005 Squid Grrrl: Cecil Clorox Print run: 400, all commercially done Notes: Matte black and white all the way through. Clearly a first effort,

Space Squid #12 PDF: 10th Anniversary Issue

This special issue collects the best of our web-published stories from 2012 to 2015. Twenty-four FULL COLOR pages in a unique 5.5 x 8.5 format with a white horse bleeding

Space Squid #7 PDF

With a full-color cover featuring the lovely Ruby Joule, issue 7 was a stunner with contributions from writers J.E. McCollum, Glenn Shaheen, William Peacock, Brian Beise, Jeff Vande Zande, Jens

5 Yrs of Rad Science Fiction Short Stories = Just $3?!?

Only the best science fiction short stories and humor from the best science fiction zine in history. Seriously, this is about 150 pages of our best. That's 2 pennies a page. Buy now or regret it later. That's a threat.

The Best Science Fiction Stories From Your Puny Planet

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