For over two decades, Rubber Cat Productions has been at the forefront of magazine and newsletter publishing. Below, a brief sample of our output.


from here to insanity
Issue #41, Winter 2005
From Here To Insanity

For six-and-a-half years, From Here To Insanity was a humor magazine consisting of comics, articles, fun, games, and, uh, other stuff. Our flagship publication, it was the birthplace of such beloved characters as stoic chums Hog & Dog, blood-sucking blogger Vampire Joe McCarthy, brain-eating president Zombie Reagan, stick-figure superhero Stickman, Anthropomorphic Republican Talking Duck, and the nonsensical comic Happy Taco.

From Here To Insanity website
[under reconstruction]

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Preliminary cover (circa 2004)
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The magazine for teen girls!

I started working on this in 2004, then I stopped, then I started again in 2006, then I stopped. Estimated publication date: June 2027.

Issue #5, February 2006
Breather's Digest

The must-have magazine for breathers everywhere.
Issue #1, January 2008

The newsmagazine for teen girls!

January 2008 Issue Features:

* Pull-out poster of Democratic dreamboat Barack Obama!
* One-on-one with Nancy Pelosi in "girl power"
* Mitt Romney on Massachusetts, Mormonism, and his boyishly good looks
* Michelle Malkin and Ann Coulter on breaking the glass ceiling, their first kisses, and why liberals are destroying America

ron paul independence report
Issue #1, June 16, 1997
Ron Paul Independence Report

For about twenty years, Doctor/Congressman/presidential hopeful Ron Paul (R-TX) put out a series of newsletters under his name that were filled with racist, homophobic, and downright paranoid comments. In 2001, he distanced himself from the content of the newsletters, claiming they were ghostwritten. We are pleased to announce that we have managed to track down the ultra-rare inaugrual issue of the Ron Paul Independence Report, which provides a fascinating glimpse into the mind of a man destined become a revolutionary figure in American politics.
troop hater monthly
Issue #1, May 2007
Troop Hater Monthly

An ill-advised foray into the niche world of anti-soldier publishing, Troop Hater Monthly was discontinued after only one issue due to its failure to make a profit.

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Issue #3, Autumn 2006
Metropolitan Conceptualist

An entry into the bludgeoning field of high art mags, each issue of Metropolitan Conceptualist featured sixty-four pages of the exact same photograph.