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Mimi Pond

Mimi Pond interview

Mimi Pond has been sending ripples through the comics world since the late 70s; emerging from the ranks of the free local newsweeklies to the National Lampoon and LA Times and producing five humor books and two semi-autobiographical graphic novels.

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Don't Cluck with Me

Have you ever wanted to tell someone to "man up" and "grow a pair"? Well, here's your chance to say that to everyone you meet with this fantastic Grow a Nut t-shirt!

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The return of the good old fashioned print version of Reglar Wiglar.

Reglar Wiglar #22: Book of Jobs Part 1

Reglar Wiglar #23: Book of Jobs Part 2

Reglar Wiglar #24: Book of Jobs Part 3

"Hilarious account of Auman's job history, sprinkled with witty banter about several musical venues and acts as well as other miscellany."—CH, Quimby's

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Comics REVIEW

from Lone Mountan

From Lone Mountain John Porcellino

John Porcellino returns with another King-Cat anthology full of stories, observations, lists of beloved things, and, of course, the zen-like poetry of his drawings.

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Music Review

Wooing
Daydream Time Machine

Wooing band

Rachel Trachtenburg’s latest band, Wooing, is looking to do just that with this three-song seven inch EP from Ba Da Bing.

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Used Record Review

Guns and roses: GN'R Lies

In the late 80s and early 90s, Guns and Roses were the biggest band in the world. And they weren't whinny little twits like Billy Corgan either. They were nasty, dirty, drunken, drugged out, impolite rock stars.

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The Woodrows

The Woodrows Rock and Roll Jism

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