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MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL *332 January 2011

MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL *332 January 2011

The Punk Comics Issue!Janelle Hessig guest editor, with artists Jaime Hernandez, Gary Panter, Shawn Kerri, Mimi Pond, Ed Luce, Avi Spivak, Liz Suburbia, John Holmstrom, Bobby Madness, Dennis Worden, Cristy Road, Ben Snakepit, Ted May and Jeff Wilson, Craig Bostick, Fly, Caroline Paquita, Jaime Crespo, Kaz, Josh Bayer, Ben Lyon, Alex Ratcharge, Liz Baillie and Eric Hone

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Hey!!! It's another exciting issue of Maximum Rocknroll! Why is it so
exciting?! Because it the Punk Comics Issue!! That's right! For the first
time ever in our January 2011 #332 Maximum Rocknroll, with the help of
Janelle Hessig from TALES OF BLARG acting as guest coordinator, we have
compiled an issue jam pact with comics and interviews with those who have
shaped the US punk scene with their medium. There is an illuminating article
about elusive and rumored still alive SHAWN KERRI, the unsung woman
responsible for all the Circle Jerk and Germs artwork and amazing, original
comics style. Interviewed in this issue are the famed JAIME HERNANDEZ of
Love and Rockets discussing the his characters, their bodies and their
lives, GARY PANTER who created the iconic Screamers image and some
beautifully frightening characters, MIMI POND of Mabuhay Gardens scene in
the early San Francisco punk world and ED LUCE creator of Wuvable Oaf, the
hilariously funny, punk and stereotype shattering in his and collaborator
Matt Wobensmith’s “post gay/post bear” work. Also featured are comics from
AVI SPIVAK, LIZ SUBURBIA, JOHN HOLMSTROM, BOBBY MADNESS, DENNIS WORDEN,
CRISTY ROAD, BEN SNAKEPIT, TED MAY and JEFF WILSON, JANELLE HESSIG, CRAIG
BOSTICK, FLY, CAROLINE PAQUITA, JAIME CRESPO, KAZ, JOSH BAYER, BEN LYON,
ALEX RATCHARGE and LIZ BAILLIE. But fear not, we still have the most
extensive record reviews section in punk and all your favorite columnists in
this issue!

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