Unshattered (Viastar). Review by Matthew Damascus.
WAT (Mute Records). Review by Matthew Damascus.
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One Bird Two Stones (Small Stone Records). Review by Matthew Damascus.
Matthew Damascus kills Bladejob dead with a single stroke. Plus, aesthetic lamentations for a wrestler? Que?
Matthew Damascus shakes his head and mutters dark curses against the phony gay wedding angle on Smackdown, and then marks out over the Axl Rose comeback.
Is that Bladejob? Where did you come from? How about that WWE? How about that “HLA”?
Bertrand Burgalat with AS Dragon at The Metro Club in London, UK on March 23, 2002. Concert review by Matthew Damascus. Photos by Heather Lorusso.
Canfield Black (Four Track Demos) (self-released). Review by Matthew Damascus.
Dying of leukemia, Sverre H. Kristensen endeavoured to make the cute little funny animals in his final comic, Bad Pills suffer just as much as him. Matthew Damascus thinks he was successful.
Ink 19 Columnist and comics wunderkind Josh Sullivan is at it again, with the tenth issue of his self-published Josh Sullivan Comics. Matthew Damascus takes a look.
Ex-“rock & porn” kingpin Matt Zane makes a stab at legitimacy with his new documentary, Contrasting Views of People Living Within an Artistic Lifestyle. Matthew Damascus fails to see the “Artistic” part.
Matthew Damascus isn’t afraid to let you know that he reads porn comix like Velveeda Singles and Seconds… not that there’s anything wrong with that.
An oddly optimistic look at the (timely) mainstream crossover appeal of the Rock, courtesy of “Bladejob”. Yes, yes, but The Mummy Returns is still a piece of shit!
The by-no-means definitive guide to centering your whole April 1st around, yes, Wrestlemaniaaaaaaa! A “Bladejob” exclusive.
Perhaps Ziggy could play guitar, but there were many things he could never dream of doing. Like wrestle, for instance. A mostly, really, probably true Bladejob investigation on Akira Hokuto.
List-Mania is running wild all over Bladejob. Shudder in terror as Matthew Damascus struggles to pick out the bright spots for wrestling in 2001.
It’s time for Bladejob to dole out dubious year-end honors for the “best” that Wrestling had to offer in 2000. Objectivity and common sense went right out the window…
Goddamn! What A Disturbing Triple H Video! That really kind of says it all, doesn’t it? Matthew Damascus critiques the cinematic techniques of a villain’s intro video in “Bladejob”.
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