Surprisingly the feedback on Friday’s post was overwhelmingly positive so in response, I knuckled down and scanned the second and only other issue of the aforementioned fanzine. In my opinion the second offering was considerably more well done, and featured a broader smattering of topics, though still generally looked like shit.
This of course isn’t to say that the cover done by master Jason Jagel himself was anything other than brilliant, but when armed with only a xerox machine and a broken stapler, the results tend to fall on the side of rustic.
Anyhow, as you will find I began to develop a bit more flow than issue number one and was graced with interviews with The Pants, (now Drunk Horse), the oft regaled Garry Scott Davis, as well as a slew of other bike and music related nonsensery. Peruse at your leisure.
Ultimately, these magazines were what this website became.
Page eight and nine
Page sixteen and seventeen, otherwise known as a ‘centerfold’, suitable for display on one’s dormroom wall or gym locker.
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Page thirty two
Once again, I thank you for the opportunity to air these closeted skeletons, as they have been in there gathering dust for a very long time.
They’re happy to finally breathe.
Unless I get a seriously wild hair, this will be the last of these for a while, but I suppose anything is possible. I have alot of variations sitting around here.
Before we part ways, and while it’s fresh on my mind, my almost premiere as a profhessianal writer is upon us with a feature in the newest issue of Bike Monkey Magazine;
There is a bunch of other stuff in there as well, but I honestly haven’t read any of it because I’m still so dazzled with my own article.
I hope that good weekends were had for one and all. Because of Monday’s holiday, the regular posting schedule got gunked up, so in light of that, we will catch you on the Thursday or possibly Friday side of things.