Short, well written, a little abstract, and carries with it a pleasantly dark undertone.
There isn’t one page that wasn’t interesting or where I wasn’t muttering, “right-on” to myself while reading.
There has been a dearth of zine coverage of glam punk. Now the drought is over.
There seems to be no discernable theme to the zine other than snippets of news stories from around the world.
A collection of short stories by J.M. McNulty, of the dearly departed Blöödhag.
I’ll definitely keep it around as resource.
Written in a font usually reserved for the descriptions of Halloween costumes at Walgreens.
Mainly a cut-and-paste zine, mixed in with some small cartoons and doodles.
Joe comes across as having nothing to prove to anyone, that he’s trying to find meaning in his life, and that he has great faith in DIY punk rock.
A guaranteed fifteen minutes of radacity.