Release: 2016 Publisher: Magic Helicopter Press I like textbooks. I don’t like fiction. I like deep shit. When I looked at the back of this book, which – let me stop right there. Holding onto this book feels so nice. The cover is something to be grasped. The back cover says it is FICTION. And… Read More Book Write-Up: The Autograph of Steve Industry (By: Ben Hersey)
Glen Maganzini (left), Chris DeCarlo (right) Okay, so I do this annually and if this looks similar to the post I made last year that is because it is! well, for the most part- not much has changed. Here we go: Films (in no particular order): 1) It’s A Wonderful Life (1946) 2) A Christmas… Read More My Christmas Must Sees!
This looks like it could be the weirdo-bizarro cousin of “Spidey’s Curse.” “Dahmer’s Curse,” a future Black Lips B-side, what a wonderful concept! *Note this is not an actual plan or future release, but rather an odd fantasy of mine. This comic is the work of John Backderf aka derf, a comic book writer that was… Read More My Friend Dahmer
Full Title: Run, Run Run: The Lives of Abbie Hoffman Author(s): Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon Year: 1994 Comments: Going into this book I already had a vast knowledge of Abbie Hoffman’s life, at least his life in the spotlight, but after reading this I gained a new perception of a man I have come… Read More Subversive Book Club Review: The Lives of Abbie Hoffman
Tonight, June 23- Strange Boys @ The Church and Bass Drum of Death and Kal Marks @ Great Scott
If you like to look at elementary school story books and listen to psychedelic rock in the background (at the same time!), you might just shit your pants because I’ve got the record (actually download…it will be available in major retail outlets in November) for you! It’s called Haunted Fang Castle and it is a… Read More The Spits Read-Along Adventure
Full Title: Bill Hicks: Agent of Evolution Author: Kevin Booth with Michael Bertin (Ghost Writer) Year: 2005 Comments: I pride myself on the many subversive books I read and let me say, I tend to find the best of these bunch to be those of the autobiography, biography, memoir, etc. variety. It’s really neat to… Read More Subversive Book Club Review: Agent of Evolution