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My Interview with an Alex Grey Painting

Evan Vest, contributor For this issue I really wanted to interview renowned psychedelic artist Alex Grey, but unfortunately my e-mails were never returned. I assume Alex is too busy at a farmers market or making a homebrew, something cool like that, so all is forgiven. The good news is that I took a phatty rip of some DMT off a …

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The One Star Yelp Review of Cassius Marcellus Coolidge

Spencer DeVine, contributor Let me start off by saying, Mr. Coolidge, that I hope you appreciated the gift I sent you in the mail, as it can be extremely difficult attempting to FedEx your own feces without the suspicions of the driver. I wish you a slow and painful death reminiscent only of the final ring of Dante’s inferno, forever …

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Reflections on the Artistry of George W. Bush

George W. Bush has been retired as leader of the free world for several years now. In a strange turn of events, he has occupied much of his time creating awkward, simplistic paintings. The move shouldn’t be completely shocking, though, as several psychotic, bloodthirsty historic characters have also created amateurish paintings. Let’s not forget the frightening works of John Wayne …

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Old Timey Superheros

Art by Nuno Amaral Ever wondered what kind of superhero comics people read in Old Timey Times? Sure there was Batman and Superman, but that was certainly not all the world of comics had to offer. One Ton Pinkerton –Daniel McMasterson has always been a big boy, but after a phosphorous accident in the local match factory, he embiggened himself into …

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