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Louis Jacinto Photo Column – Terry Graham, The Bags
The Underappreciated Punk Drummer by Louis Jacinto
By Louis Jacinto


To the left of the image is the Terry Graham.
It’s the steady foundation of his drumming that allowed Alice
 to spin herself and the audience into an uncontrollable punk
frenzy! 




A Brief History of Punk in Izhevsk, Russia by Alex Herbert
Resisting Monotony In An Industrial Wasteland: Dobro Pozhalovat’
By Guest Contributor

Izhevsk, Russia is a prime example of small town ambition reaching beyond
the confines of a geographically obscure location. The city’s disdain for punk rock
and its conservative culture have provoked local twenty-something-year-olds
to desire and create something different.




Webcomic Wednesdays #128
Battle of the Genres Conclusion
By Aaron Zonka


And the exciting conclusion to the first page of Battle of the Genres. A webcomic by Aaron Zonka.



Two New Installments in the Tear A Cognita Series
Focusing on Davis, CA and Brisbane, AUS
By Staff


Tear A Cognita is a series of regional compilations put together by active participants in the community they're representing. These two installments focus on Davis, California and Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.



Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Dead And Gone

By Chris Boarts Larson


Sometimes you get so much more than you expect: DEAD AND GONE!




Webcomic Wednesdays #127
Happy Birthday, Danzig
By Rick V


We all have a difficult, complicated relationship with The Misfits. A webcomic by Rick V.




Creepy Ephemera 5 – Martha Hughes Cannon
A webcolumn about the weird
By Donna Ramone

Weird history accurately researched and presented humorously.
This month’s topic: Martha Hughes Cannon: Mother, Doctor, Suffragette,
First female senator, Mormon Sister Wife.




Webcomic Wednesdays #126
Retail Guy #2
By Alex Harris


The return of Retail Guy, a hero for the rest of us. A webcomic by Alex Harris.



Patrick Houdek Photo Column – The Mons

By Patrick Houdek


God Hates The Mons!



Webcomic Wednesdays #125
The Pickle Story
By Kelly O’Grady


Another record store, another dude with a gross story to tell. A webcomic by Kelly O'Grady.



Punk Parenthood for the Sleep Deprived VII
Everything Falls Apart (And More)
By Jennifer Whiteford

Maybe you would like to know how parenthood fucks up your body. No?
Well, read this anyway.




Featured Record Reviews From Issue #86
Badlands, NOFX and Friends, Gift Shop Girls, War On Women and more
By Staff

"Adrian’s voice echoes in the background like a ghost happily singing in a desert prairie. " -Juan Espinosa reviewing Badlands, Dark Dreams 7"




Louis Jacinto Photo Column – The Bags

By Louis Jacinto


Punk Woman Power



Year of the Jackalope - Nothing Ever Ends

By Ronnie Sullivan

It’s important to be part of a long line of other people who kept the world going
with the little things. Isn’t that a great legacy to be a part of in a world
where nothing ever ends?




Webcomic Wednesdays #124
Show Diaries
By Lukas Myhan


It has been scientifically proven that there is nothing funnier than Danzig. Nothing. A webcomic by Lukas Myhan.



Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Distraught

By Chris Boarts Larson


Ghosts of the past. New York City’s Distraught in legendary CBGBs.



Webcomic Wednesdays #123
Part 3
By Rodrigo V


Two girlfriends at a punk show, against the world. Straight-edge, vegan and cool as hell. Part 3, the conclusion. A webcomic by Rodrigo V.




Patrick Houdek Photo Column – PEARS

By Patrick Houdek


Everyone was right.



Swipe
A Short Story
By John Miskelly


Possibly the best short story about mobile dating apps you’ll read today.



Webcomic Wednesdays #122
Part 2
By Rodrigo V

Two girlfriends at a punk show, against the world. Straight-edge, vegan and cool as hell. Part 2. A webcomic by Rodrigo V.




Kelly Lone Photo Column - Lipstick Homicide

By Kelly A. Lone

Hands-down my favorite active pop punk band.




Webcomic Wednesdays #121
Part 1
By Rodrigo V


Two girlfriends at a punk show, against the world. Straight-edge, vegan and cool as hell. A webcomic by Rodrigo V.



Top 5s From Issue #85
Are Prisons Obsolete? by Angela Davis (Answer: yes)
By Staff


(gliched cover by candice)

Enjoy Issue #85's Top 5s with a side of audio enhancement.
Find something new to dig yer teeth into.




Louis Jacinto Photo Column - Stan Lee of The Dickies

By Louis Jacinto



The bands looked like the audience
more than the audience trying to look like the bands.




Webcomic Wednesdays #120
Where we all move to Denver
By Chris Minetree


A cigarette and a joint were never meant to be friends. A webcomic from Comics of Mass Distraction, by Chris Minetree.



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