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GERTRUDE'S FOLLIES

Gertrude's Follies

Gertrude's Follies #100
Psychedelic, dude. Buy Gertrude et Alice.


FEGGORAMA

Feggorama

Mexico's master of the mirthful menagerie. Ecce Feggorama #48.


IGOR TRIPS

Igor Trips

Cinch up your helmet and fall in for another freaky foray in Igor Trips.


SPANKY

Kristy the Clown

Hijinks with the White House's Lil' Rascals Spanky and His Gang.


KRISTY

Kristy the Clown

Get your Jersey on with the beloved insult pol Kristy the Clown.


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FAVORITE SITES

Martin Kozlowski
The Baby Bloomer
Winard Editorial
Ant Farmers Almanac
Celebrity Death Haiku
PK in the Terrarium
Illustrated Courtroom


Critic's Corner by E. Basil St. Blaise
CINEMA

Ad Astra –– Auto-correct Ed Asner.
Downton Abbey –– The silver server.
Rambo: Last Blood –– Splatter puss.
Zeroville –– Nothing doing.
Corporate Animals –– Company loves misery.
Auggie –– Oh, gee!
The Wedding Year –– Turd mates.
American Dreamer –– Deride share.
Villains –– Rough rotters.
Bloodline –– Trait wins.
3 From Hell –– Carrion baggage.
Running With the Devil ––Hot to trot.
Malibu Road –– Give up the coast.
Loro –– Silvio burlesque only.
Britt-Marie Was Here –– Coach bag.
Tazza: One-Eyed Jack –– Poker in the eye.
The Last Wish –– Burn the negative.
Send Me to the Clouds –– Cumulo numb us.
Midnight Diner –– Friday night snack down.
Midnight Traveler –– Talibandon all hope.
Where’s My Roy Cohen –– Asked Satan.
Don’t Be Nice –– Recommend this film.
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TELEVISION

Transparent: Musicale Finale (Amazon) –– No Maura.
Evil (CBS) –– Just bad.
Country Music (PBS) –– Woo twang clan.
Godfather of Harlem (Epix) –– Bumpy road.
Murder in the Bayou (SHO) –– Swamp gaffes.
Undone (Amazon) –– Finished.
Unbelievable (Netflix) –– Totally.
A Very Brady Renovation (HGTV) –– Homey Bunch.
Limetown (Facebook Watch) –– Sour patch kitsch.
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THEATRE

Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune –– Frankie and Johnnie were losers.
Tootsie
–– Roll reversal.
Hillary and Clinton
–– Bill and cuckoo.
All My Sons
–– Miller lowlife.
Ain't Too Proud
–– Shouldn't be.
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MUSIC

Hollywood Bleeding / Post Malone –– Post hates.
Threads
/ Sheryl Crow –– Threads bare.
Let it Roll
/ Midlands –– Off turntable.
The Big Day
/ Chance the Rapper –– Sinks to the occasion.
Norman Fucking Rockwell
/ Lana Del Rey –– Lana Dull Roar.
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LITERATURE
Fiction

The Test by Nathan Leamon –– Flunks.
The Institute
by Stephen King –– Quack study.
The Testaments by Margaret Atwood –– Handmade stale.
Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris –– Brute camp.
Frankly in Love by David Yoon –– Yoon meh!

Nonfiction

She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement by Jodi Kantor & Megan Twohey –– Broad sides.
And How Are You, Dr. Sacks?
by Lawrence Weschler –– Sacks offender.
Three Women
by Lisa Taddeo –– Clit lit.
What Do We Need Men For?: A Modest Proposal
by E. Jean Carroll –– Living peen-free.
The Enemy of the People
by Jim Acosta –– Trumped-up charges.
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Modern PresidentialPodcast: Critic's Corner Ep. 5

In Episode 5, E. Basil St. Blaise schools us on his Higher Ed aspirations …Fatty-shames the shamers …degrades student/teacher films …provides a Lulu of a theme song …abuses John Hughes …takes his CV for a spin …Critic's Corner Podcast

 


Donald Trump playing bagpipes at TurnberryHeadbangers: Joe Stylin'

Trump Repeatedly Pressed Ukraine President to Investigate Biden’s Son
–– To turn Biden Hunter.
When Is Impeachment Not Impeachment?
–– Now. Headbangers 09/20/19

 


Boris Johnson's BrexitInxart: Kahlo Greens

Inxart.com is the place for editors and art directors to download the best in political illustration. This week:
Saudi vs. Iran Heats Up, Kavanaugh: Embarrassing Justice, Deadly Vaping, Trump Resists Inquiries, AOC's Green New Deal, and U.S. Diplomacy in Peril at inxart 09/18/19.

 


George Washington Back in New York CityNW Books: GW Back in NYC

George Washington returns to present-day New York City in a series of whimsical and warm-hearted cartoons by Felipe Galindo Feggo. The nation's first president rediscovers the city he knew in his Revolutionary War days. George Washington Back in New York CIty

 


Gertrude's FolliesGertrude's Follies: Trippin' Balls

Heckuva job, brownie! Alice bakes, Gertrude's baked, in the latest high-flying Follies. Don't get so wasted that you forget to place your order for Tom Hachtman's Cult Comics Classic collection in the mind-blowing Gertrude et Alice. Gertrude's Follies

 


Alfred HitchcockWhat Not: A Hitch in Time

Our resident cineaste, E. Basil St. Blaise, has begun work on his sure-to-be dispensible guide to classic cinema entitled The Auteur Limits. This magnum opus will include his pithiest and pissiest capsule reviews of the greatest films of our finest directors. What Not

 


Lady JusticeKozmic Pictures: Plug Ugly

After an endless investigation, Robert Mueller finally dropped his report with a resounding thud accompanied by the braying of the allegedly exonerated examinee. This semi-tragedy has inspired a comedy you might find it hard to sit through in Kozmic Pictures Proudly Presents

 


Fact CheckBad Adss: Cold Hard Facts

The heightened concern for injury, particularly to the head, in all contact sports prompted this PSA. For those of you in the rough and tumble business of trying to score journalistic goals while defending the crease of crediblity we suggest you skate on over to the latest Bad Adss.

 


Modern PresidentialDeadlines: Modern President-i-al

I am the very model of the modern President-i-al,
I’ve got opinions impolite, alternative, and skeptical,
I know the kinks of enemies, and I quote my feuds historical, From Rosie O to Khizr Khan in
order categorical. More Deadlines

 


Battle Lines Drawn: Creating Political Action ComicsWhat Now: Making Political Comics

We're living in politically fractious times when everyone seems to be struggling to get their opinions heard. Martin Kozlowski is teaching a course at the School of Visual Arts this fall that will get students to transform their points of view into compelling comics. What Now