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BLACK LIQUID
$3 / $4 or trade, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 34 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

Drowsy, awake, or high, this is bizarre, and not in a way that drugs could make more interesting.


ARTCORE
#24, $?, 8 ¼” x 11 ¾”, offset with a glossy cover, 44 pgs.
By Matt Average

Welly’s been going at this for well over twenty years now, weathering the ups and downs in what constitutes the “punk scene.”




DAFT MANIA
$0.75, 5 ½” x 4 ¼”, photocopied, 12 pgs.
By Lauren Trout

Oh no! A scribbled cover with lousy bubble letters? It seems destined for the recycle bin already. But it is only twelve pages. I can get through this.


WELCOME TO FLAVOR COUNTRY
#5, $1 (?), 5½” x 8½”, 18 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Raw and highly self-questioning, WtFC is a personal zine, to be sure, but it’s one that is almost scientific in its self-examination.


VERBAL ABUSE
#1, $1.99, 8½” x 11”, Xeroxed, 12 pgs.
By greg

A stellar comic zine featuring Popeye Vs. The Republican Party (hint: Popeye wins!), Gooftard the Retarded Guinea Pig, Farty the Crippled Robot, and more.


UGLY PLANET
#3, $3.95, 7½” x 10”, 66 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

With so many magazines out there that are seemingly covering the same general fare, I can’t see why anyone would want to drop four bucks on it, but oh well, go ahead, be my guest.


UGLY PLANET
#3, Free, 7” x 9”, 64 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

Man, these guys are only on issue #3? Wow. This thing is some pretty slick shit


TRYING
#3, $1, 5½” x 8½”, 66 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

It’s mostly handwritten, although there is a sort of op-ed on gender inequality that’s typed and some stream-of-consciousness poetry stuff in cursive.


TONES & NOTES
#4, $1, 8½” x 11”, Xeroxed, 14 pgs.
By greg

I’ve been sent one of these before and, by god, if I can figure out just what exactly is going on with it.


SLUG & LETTUCE
#85, Free in person or for postage through mail, 15” x 11”, 20 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

Another solid issue of Slug & Lettuce. Contains the typical columns, zine reviews, and music reviews.


SLTM
#22, $?, 8½” x 11”, ? pgs.
By Kurt Morris

This might very well be one of the worst zines I’ve ever read. And in reality none of it is horrible, but, combined, it just seemed to add up to something intolerable.


PUNK PAGAN
#4, Free, 5½” x 8½”, 43 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

So, yeah, this dude loves the punk and he loves the paganism, among other things.


PUBLICK OCCURANCES
#5, $1 or stamps, 4” x 5”, 24 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

So Danny goes to thrift stores looking for old yearbooks. When he finds one, he sketches twenty-four pages worth of the people in them.


OX FANZINE
#64, $4.50, glossy/perfect-bound, 140 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

What can I say about this one? It’s massive, impeccably laid out, in full-color—but is restrained and tasteful in its use of said color—features about a trillion interviews with everyone from Penny Rimbaud of Crass to Boy Sets Fire to Mike Park of Asian Man Records to a bunch of bands I’ve never even heard of.


OBLIVIOUS NATION
Winter 2005, $?, 8½” x 5½”, copied, 48 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

Based out of the East Bay area, the zine covers Miss Oblivious’s life and times, including her punk rock wedding ceremony, some record reviews, lots of pictures of friends and her family, and so on.


NOSE KNOWS!, THE
Vol. 2, #’s 3-6, $?, 8½” x 11”, folded a few times
By Guest Contributor

Kind of all over the place, but interesting, and not too incoherent.


NEGATIVE REACTION
$5, 7½” x 10½”, 35 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

I sometimes wish I’d been raised in the U.K., because then I could use awesome U.K. slang without sounding like a wee blimey cunt.


MAXIMUM ROCK AND ROLL
#273, $4, 8½” x 11”, many, many pgs.
By Guest Contributor

It would appear as though you’re reading Razorcake. That leads me to believe you’ve probably read MRR at least once in your life.


GO METRIC
#20, $2, 8½” x 11”, copied, 80 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Most of this was pretty funny or at least entertaining—much like watching my cats fight one another—so no harm here.


LADYSCIENTIST
#1, $2, 8½” x 11”, Xeroxed, 34 pgs.
By greg

As the title suggests, this is a zine about women in science. It’s made by a biochemistry graduate student from Canada named Susan P. Bustos.


GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS
#2, $3ppd., 8½” x 11”, 35 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

The guy who wrote this, one Shannon Colebank, says it best: “The so-called ‘reviewers’ who will inevitably purposely take a few lines out of context, project their paranoid self-hatred onto them, and then flat-out lie to their readers…never ceases [sic] to astonish and appall me.”


KICKING AND SCREAMING
#12, $3.95, 8½” x 11”, glossy, 64 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

First look, the cover lineup reads pretty well: interviews with everyone from John Holstrom (the founder of Punk magazine) to Broken Bones, Four Letter Word, Curtis of Taang Records and tons more.


AT BOTH ENDS
#7, $2 plus shipping, 8 ½” x 11”, cold web press, 88 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

I don’t think I’ve ever met a Canadian I didn’t like. The folks behind At Both Ends continue the trend.


DEVIL ON 45, THE,
#1, $5.50, 8½” x 11”, 36 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

This is an ambitious first issue.


BROKEN PENCIL #30
$5.95, 8½” x 11”, offset, 68 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Heavy focus on the DIY/indie writing/creative scene in Canada.


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