Featured strips included:
- "Airforce Amazons" by Kellie Strøm
- "Chris Begrudged"
- "The Corner Boy Phenomenon" by Gerard Crowley and Seán McArdle (link)
- "Desperate Dana" by Tom Mathews (link)
- "Doing a Line" by Gerard Crowley (link)
- "Erin's Own" - four page parody of the weekly magazine Ireland's Own (link)
- "Fat Man: He Fights for Justice" by Scratch (Aongus Collins) (link)
- "JJ McGreer the Lotto Scrutineer"
- "Pat Plank" by Seán McArdle (link 1, link 2)
- "Rick O'Shea of the Old IRA", written by Ray and Senan Molony and drawn by Gerard Crowley (link)
- "Shem and Sam" by Stephen Walsh and Brian O'Toole
- "Shiny Track Suit Man" by Joe O'Shea and Scratch (Aongus Collins) (link)
- "Some Observations on Dublin" by Gerard Crowley (link)
- "The Terrible Twomeys" by Tom Halliday
- "Thaddeus the TD" by Gerard Crowley (link)
- "Those Zany Popsters the Frank and Walters" by Gerard Crowley (link)
Other contributors included Arja Kajermo, Billy Drake, Brendan O'Brien, Martyn Turner, Clay Bennett, Jon Berkeley, Jim Carroll, Phelim Connolly, Clyde Delaney, Hunt Emerson, Will Eisner, Russel Garet, Martin Honeysett, Graeme Keyes, Ian Knox, Aoibheann Lambe, Graham Linehan, Arthur Matthews, Mike McCarthy, Cian Molloy, Niall Murphy, Barbara Nolan, Maurice O'Brien, Palomo, Donal Scannell, Sharkey, John Waters and Terry Willers, among others.
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- Kellie Strøm on Gerard Crowley
- Jonathan O'Brien, "Rural tale with a modern twist", The Sunday Business Post, 13 August 2006
- The Yellow Press issue 1, issue 2, "Erin's Own" (from issue 2) and Issue 11 at Brand New Retro