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The entire run of Antonio Ghura’s Self-Published Underground Comix
Think the Weekly World News if every word was true.
A book about Joy Division fans written by Joy Division fans.
A unique insight into some of the strangest stories this world has to offer.
Adult coloring books are a big deal. The art in this one is cooler than most.
The grindhouse exploitation explosion from a British perspective! Theme ’70 collects all the out-of-print zine of that name, plus all-new colour material.
The first and final word on the story of the horror film fanzine — a literary Wild West — from its roots in the mimeographed sci-fi mags of the 1930s to today’s prozines and blogs.
Jam-packed with rare photographs, advertisements, and VHS sleeves (most of which have never been seen), an edifying, laugh-out-loud guide through the dusty inventory of the greatest video store that never existed.
An A–Z containing 266 true stories of the most original and outrageous people on earth — from terrible poets to transsexual evolutionary theorists.
A collection of candid interviews spanning 24 years with unique and free-thinking artists.
Charting the rise of sleazy pulp fiction — and questionable nonfiction — from the 1940s onward, Hip Pocket Sleaze examines the erotic and enduringly shocking works of an era when print was king and kinky.