- Music Reviews
- July 29, 2021
9th and Walnut (Epitaph). Review by Scott Adams.
Diabetics beware: Owly‘s sweet nature and silent do-gooding is not to be taken lightly. Not even black-hearted Matthew Moyer could insulate his frozen countenance against Andy Runton’s warm, thick lines.
Shelton Hull takes a long look at the fiery performances of Bill Hicks and sees both comedy’s last outlaw and a prophetic Texan who understood the danger of myth and symbols.
Indie, small press, SPX, comic, realistic story, great art, slacker,BOP! — More Box Office Poison,by Alex Robinson,Top Shelf Productions,Joe Frietze
No, it isn’t the Ben Affleck story. It’s a reprint of several stand alone pieces that comic creator James Robinson did not feel fit in with the overall story when the BOP omnibus volume was printed. Joe Frietze says it whetted his appetite for more, which in itself is more than anyone’s said about Ben Affleck in years, the poor dope.
Karen Carpenter-Damascus and Frances Farmer’s surreal comic strip makes its triumphant return! This time, Jonny teaches you about the fine art of "blading." Kids, don’t try this at home!
comic by Dave Mitchell