Wednesday, June 8, 2022



Pistols wise, I loved Danny Boyle's Pistol. I've watched every doc I know of, read and re-read Noel Monk's tour biography 12 Days on the Road (can't recommend that one enough), but none of that prevents me from adoring Boyle's spin. K and I even teared up at the end, and not for the reasons you'd think.


I had not even heard of this film, but it looks fantastic.


Charlotte Colbert's first full-length film comes to us as a "Dario Argento Presents," and from the visuals, I can see why he would be involved. A lush, Gothic aesthetic with a British sentiment. 


A decidedly light NCBD. Thankfully.

I've decided I'm continuing with this new iteration of ASM at least until the legacy issue #900 hits in a month or two. After that, we'll see. So far though, this has been a pretty great title. 

That Texas Blood
returns with the start of it's third story arc. If it's even half as good as the previous one, well, look at that cover. How could it not be?

The cover says it all - a Hulkified God of Thunder! Banner of War has proven a super fun, big-swings story and I'm hoping that as it comes in for a landing, it just gets crazier. 


Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks...
Bauhaus - In the Flat Field
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult - Confessions of a Knife
Tin Machine - Live at La Cigale, Paris, June 25th, 1989
Zeal and Ardor - Eponymous
Eldovar - A Story of Darkness and Light
H6LLB6ND6R - Side A
Jucifer - I Name You Destroyer
Horsegirl - Version of Modern Performance
Download - The Eyes of Stanley Pain
Cypress Hill - III: Temples of Boom

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