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Webcomic Wednesdays #118
One time...
By alex or whatever

"One time..." confessions, anonymous and illustrated. A webcomic by alex or whatever.

Featured Record Reviews From Issue #85
The Brokedowns, Castro, Hobo Bastard and more
By Staff

There’s nothing beachy about the title track and when the guitar riff creeps across the bridge, it’s so calculated and evil that I’m pretty sure it could fucking kill people.

Kelly Lone Photo Column - Rational Anthem

By Kelly A. Lone

If you haven't heard this siblings-plus-Pappy trio, you are missing something.

Trial and Tribulations of a Misguided Adult
Working to Get By
By Brooke D McCarley

Making $40 a show to split four ways doesn’t pay my bills.
So this is what I do forty hours a week around the three hours of playing music.

Webcomic Wednesdays #117
Battle of the Genres
By Aaron Zonka

A surreal and personified look at a battle between music genres. A webcomic by Aaron Zonka.

Creepy Ephemera 4 - The Killdozer
A webcolumn about the weird
By Donna Ramone

Weird history accurately researched and presented humorously.
This month’s topic: Marvin Heemeyer and the terrifying killdozer he built
to punish the whole town for being a dick to him.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column – Nervous Gender, Phranc

By Louis Jacinto

One of the most influential bands of the era, Nervous Gender, even eliminated guitars from its sound. And the members—Latino, lesbian, gay, straight, boys, and a girl—
looked just like the crowds that came to their shows.

Webcomic Wednesdays #116
Where we have too many pedals
By Evan Wolff

We all know the one, and we're all thinking the same thing. "Too many pedals, not enough songs". A webcomic by Evan Wolff.

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Damad

By Chris Boarts Larson

Damad were a band ahead of their time. They gave Savannah a name 
in creating a sound that still reverberates years later.

9/11, Never Let Me Forget

By Donna Ramone

Few things can make me as angry as when a stranger grabs my cooch... 
“Does that really say September 11 Security Fee? That’s fucked.” 

Webcomic Wednesdays #115
Where we are the worst record collectors
By Rick V

As record collectors, we can do some really weird snobby things. A webcomic by Rick V.

Patrick Houdek Photo Column – Night Birds

By Patrick Houdek

Night Birds destroyed Paul Silver’s glasses.

Webcomic Wednesdays #114
Where we hate Archie too
By Kelly O’Grady

If Archie comics were written like this, so many more of us would actually pick up those digests. A webcomic by Kelly O'Grady. 

Things we learned getting The Boys banned in China
How to survive touring in a police state on lockdown, by Pete Stapleton
By Guest Contributor

Bomb shelters, paranoia, and a nationwide police operation.
U.K. punk veterans The Boys found one hell of a welcome
waiting for them when they came to tour China with Round Eye.

Featured Record Reviews From Issue #84
: Black Rainbow, Big Crux, Dystopia, Ergs!, Neighborhood Brats
By Staff

Black Rainbow is the fuzzy favorite blanket at the foot of your bed.
It’s extra warm, can wipe away your tears, doubles as a superhero cape,
or provides your dog with a home base.

Kelly Lone Photo Column - The Raging Nathans

By Kelly A. Lone

Fast and sweaty pop punk, Midwest style.

One Punk’s Guide to Bizarro Fiction

By MP Johnson

Bizarro Central, the online home of the genre, describes
bizarro fiction as the cult section of the literary world.
That’s as good a definition as any.

Webcomic Wednesdays #113
Where we present Retail Guy
By Alex Harris

Retail guy: a figure of the human condition we can all relate to. A webcomic by Alex Harris.

Top 5s from Issue #84
Top 5 Worst Songs to Hear on the Lite FM Station at Your Office Job
By Staff


(glitched cover by Candice)


One thing the web allows is to do is ADD VIDEOS. 
Issue 84's Top 5s are now visually and aurally enhanced, because we love you.


Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Municipal Waste

By Chris Boarts Larson

Richmond locals Municipal Waste stir shit up with a stage dive ramp
and a guy surfing into the crowd on a boogie board.

A short story
By John Miskelly

A genteel tale of modern family values and artisan kitchenware.

Webcomic Wednesdays #112
Where we meet some new contributors
By Sam Grinberg

A classic haircut joke, in a classic style. A webcomic by Sam Grinberg.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column – The Screamers

By Louis Jacinto

I have no words that can describe The Screamers.

So… What Are You?, by Rishbha Bhagi

By Guest Contributor

Coming at someone you don’t even know and asking “What are you?” is racist… 
you’re basically saying, “Hey, you don’t fit in here so explain yourself to me. 
Explain what your ethnicity is because you don’t belonghere.”

Webcomic Wednesdays #111
Where we love Bob Mould
By Jim Kettner

The joy of seeing Bob Mould live and singing along to Husker Du. A webcomic by Kettnerd.

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