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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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Anyone who is a fan of horror and gore needs to check out the masterpieces created by PALLBEARER PRESS! What’s your favorite horror movie? Chances are Pallbearer Press has made it into a sick tee. Alucarda? Hellraiser? The Exorcist? Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Ilsa? Suspiria? All of these and more are

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Darkadya is a multi-volume book series that focuses on dark, esoteric and occult artists across the globe. The series provides a high quality, physical platform for the artists to share and promote their works and is currently looking for new artists to feature. The book series is run by Haze,

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Ever since the very first Star Wars movie came out, I have been a fan. So today when I saw these vintage pictures re-worked with Star War characters, I just fanboyed out. Then I said fuck it – I might as well share them with our CVLT Nation readers. I

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Independent, Authentic and Underground: the CVLT Nation Bizarre brings you new products every day, all made in limited runs by artisans in your community. Everything you need for your self and your home can be found here! This week, we’ve got new listings from Lost & Found Bootlegs, Hungry Ghost

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In a day and age where sex is literally at our fingertips, where we can see x-rated pictures and films in the privacy of our own bedrooms (or even bathrooms), it’s hard to imagine that at one point in time people had to venture out into public in order to

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