Corporate Ninja – #1 – Review

February 3, 2006

Corporate Ninja looked totally kick ass. Its humor, while cliché and tame, broke a smile every now and again. Perhaps more decapitations would help.

Wonka Vision – Review

June 13, 2005

It’s not like Wonka Vision is sparking the fire of revolution, but they’re having their say, starting a dialogue, and the paper is nice and shiny now.

Cocopiazo – No. 1 – Review

June 13, 2005

When women or turtles aren’t falling into John’s lap, he’s got someone out to get him. Appearances by Death, a very cute two-headed chick, and salty wit.

Boneyard – Vol 3 – Review

June 13, 2005

Instead of a dark, evil fiend scaring the wits out of helpless, sexy teenagers, the IRS is coming after a guy and his slew of cute monster friends.

Gentlemanly Repose – Review

February 28, 2005

Wearing only a robe and slippers, you’ve locked yourself out the tour bus parked (illegally) in Paris. What do you do? If you’re Mike Ruffino, you get a drink.

Choosing Death- Review

February 28, 2005

A book about the “who”s, “where”s, “what”s, “when”s, and – most importantly – “why”s of a movement that won our hearts and gave us a place to belong.

The Self-Destruction Handbook – Review

October 4, 2004

Who’d’ve thought a stick figure drawing could make you laugh out loud? If your sense of humor is sick, twisted, and extremely cynical, get this book right now.

What Is Goth? – Review

October 4, 2004

Besides making me smile, laugh, giggle, and nod my head in agreement, What Is Goth? made me want to read more Voltaire. Search out his Oh My Goth! as well.

Baby Plays Around – Review

May 23, 2004

Once I began to view the book as a story and not a typical rock book, my initial question was answered. Stapinski may not be a rock star, but she’s a terrific, funny writer, and a good storyteller.

Generation SLUT – Review

May 23, 2004

Generation S.L.U.T. (which stands for “Sexually Liberated Urban Teenager”) is a fictional story, mainly about American youth and sex, but it hits harder on issues of teenage suicide, drugs, violence, politics, and war.

Turn On Your Mind – Review

May 23, 2004

Turn On Your Mind is an expanded reprint of DeRogatis’s out-of-print first book, which was originally published in 1996 with the title Kaleidoscope Eyes.

The Hipster Handbook – Review

February 2, 2004

Part Alterna-Lifestyle Guide for the Idiotic Public, part Make Fun of Hipsters for their Unoriginality, The Hipster Handbook scores perfectly on all fronts.

Gigs from Hell – Review

February 2, 2004

Sleazegrinder asked bands to contribute their most outrageous tour story, then compiled the best into the perfect book for the crapper in any house of rock.

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