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Joe Blablazo is a comic book artist based out of Denver, CO. We met quickly after I moved to Denver and became close quickly due to our shared devotion to comic books, DIY culture and absurdity in general. Coming from El Paso, TX, where Joe was entrenched in the punk

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To say that comics have had an impact on the art world would be a huge understatement. So many of the artists we’ve covered here have felt their influence and even dabbled in their creation as well. THE MEGACRAP is, in their own words, “a mute, chained, infinite and lowbrow

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I’ve been a long time admirer ov Matt Minter’s art. The striking mainly black and white images he produces always struck a cord with me. Harking back to the art ov old hardcore and noise tapes and VHS body horror and giallo movies, they are right up my street. I

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The House of Hammer Magazine was a British horror comic magazine that published between 1976-1978 that started as a Hammer Films fan magazine but quickly morphed into its own horror comic series. Aeron Alfrey illustrated most of the amazing covers you see below, which feature classic characters like Van Helsing

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If you like your metal putrid, grimy and free of frills, then you owe it yourself to fully immerse your mind in the bowels of Headsplit Records’ catalog. For over a decade, it’s been home to some of the most satisfying extreme metal releases in recent years, almost all of

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The mostly American-made “Tijuana Bibles” are widely considered to be the first underground comic books. These small 8-page comics were sold in tobacco shops, barber shops, bars or other places that were frequented by a largely male clientele in the early to mid 1900s when they were produced. Local artists

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