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‘Crowded Vol. 1: Soft Apocalypse’ (review)

Written & Designed by Christopher Sebela Illustrated by Ro Stein & Ted Brandt Published by Image Comics What happens when the entitled can hire an assassin was as easy as getting an Uber? When the hated can be hunted via crowdfunding platforms? Crowded explores the hijinks that would ensue if the Tinder generation were able to swipe right on a trigger-man. From the beginning, Crowded defines the terms of its universe as a place where people live their life digitally. Set in the very near

‘Nobody’s Fool: The Life and Times of Schlitzie the Pinhead’ (review)

During the ‘70s, Bill Griffith’s oddball creation Zippy the Pinhead was a cultural figurehead as big as R. Crumb’s Fritz the Cat and Mr. Natural and Gilbert Shelton’s The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers. Decked out in a bright yellow mumu and best known for his catchphrase, “Are we having fun yet?,” Zippy would act as a visitor to pop culture as he made biting comments on modern trends.

"Revenge of Slashback Video" Rewinds to Horror's VHS Heyday

One year ago, a time capsule was unsealed in Burbank. “Slashback Video,” a loving homage to the days of independently owned video rental shops at the Bearded Lady’s Mystic Museum in Magnolia Park, offered a peek into the past with an installation featuring VHS and Beta cassettes, mostly of the horror and B-movie variety. With vintage video nasties galore, the mock store celebrated the days when distributors had to sell a scary movie based on the gruesome box art alone.

Saving Magnolia Park: Why L.A.'s Coolest Shopping Area Is in Danger

The charming and slightly kooky area of Magnolia Park in Burbank is home to a host of oddity shops, curiosity counters and amazing vintage-esque boutiques. In one afternoon, an individual can purchase a vampire-slaying kit, a Feejee mermaid, a poodle skirt and a full-size replica of Mother from Psycho. Once a month on Friday night, more than a dozen food trucks line Magnolia Boulevard for Ladies & Gents Night Out, an event meant to boost local vendors and create community in the area. Young fath
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