After Age – Review

August 1, 1994

If you’ve grown accustomed to taking your vampires on the pretty side, this isn’t the story for you.

A Fan’s Notes – Review

August 1, 1994

A Fan’s Notes has, in place of a linear story, these three unifying elements: The author’s addictions to high-flown humor, alcohol, and the New York Giants.

7 Year Bitch – Viva Zapata – Review

August 1, 1994

With Viva Zapata, their second Cruz release, 7 Year Bitch holds nothing back. Really, anyone who digs corrosive rock will dig ’em. The way punk should be.

Heroes Jargon – Column

August 1, 1994

I really can’t remember a time when I enjoyed an Aquaman story this much. I mean, the title actually has hope of lasting more than four issues.

Water Country – Fiction

August 1, 1994

The fastest water slide in all of New England. I conquered my fear of small children being braver than myself as well as my fear of death, all in the same day.

Mad Matt’s Money Review – Fiction

August 1, 1994

A691641057A – This finski reeks of the gutter, of being passed over the counter of the neighborhood packy for a pint of Dubra a few times too many.

A Matter of Perspective – Fiction

August 1, 1994

Walking down the street. It’s like a fashion parade and me under-dressed. It seems everyone got all gussied up for the occasion of… walking down the street.

Coroner’s Corner – Column

August 1, 1994

The more new “horror” films I see, the more I appreciate the awesome exploits of the late 1970s to mid-1980s.

Weezer – Review

August 1, 1994

Singer Rivers Cuomo, gives the songs low-key humor and occasionally, full-blown personality. Unfortunately, the production doesn’t do them justice.

The Brian Setzer Orchestra – Review

August 1, 1994

The release’s finest points are during the more fingersnapping, uptempo big band full-swing numbers when the band members all get to show off their chops.

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