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Webcomic Wednesdays #253 by Ben Snakepit (from the archives!)

Originally appearing in issue #55. Read more for link to full size.

One Punk Goes to the Movies: Planes, Trains & Automobiles By James Rosario

One Punk Goes to the Movies – Planes, Trains & Automobiles By James Rosario

John Hughes may be most famous for teen comedy/dramas like Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club, but his best, and most punk work is the road trip disaster film Planes, Trains & Automobiles. It achieves something almost unheard of in comedy—complexity that is revealed over time, and with age. There’s something for everyone—ten-year-old kids, forty-year-old punks, and everyone in between.

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Anti-Flag

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Anti-Flag

Everyone loved Anti-Flag as a kid, and their new album American Fall keeps them relevant thirty years later.

Razorcake #59 from 2010 featuring, Rumspringer, Eric Davidson, Mary Woronov, Sick Sick Birds, Nervous Gender

Razorcake #59

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Webcomic Wednesdays #252, “Punks in Japan!” Part 3 by Ollie Mikse

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Featured Book Review from Razorcake #100: Fear of a Nørb Planet

Fear of a Nørb Planet

It’s one of the greatest comedy works of our time—and everyone knows the best comedy is based in the humdrum, the mundane. Nørb spins the everyday into gold. A triumph. –Michael T. Fournier, Fear of a Nørb Planet

Amina Cruz’s Photo Column – La Pregunta of Argument ?

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Bind me, tie me, chain me to the wall.

Full Of Hell interview by John Silva

Full Of Hell interview

Webcomic Wednesdays #251, “Punks in Japan!” Part 2 by Ollie Mikse

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Featured Zine Reviews from Razorcake Issue 100: King-Cat Comics and Stories, Not Like You, Slingshot, Subdude, Suburban Struggle

Featured Zine Reviews from Razorcake Issue 100

Thoughtful and serene moments epitomize the brilliance of King-Cat Comics; every experience—no matter how mundane—is valuable, meaningful, and worthy of documentation.