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Dodgem Logic #4

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  • Behind a fully loved-up hallucinogenic cover from modern psychedecadent maestro John Coulthart, Alan Moore’s subterranean soapbox reaches its fourth issue in a sunburst of mind-bending splendour. England’s only openly gay teacher speaks her mind in a delightfully delinquent diatribe, rib-tickling rationalist Robocop Robin Ince fixes upon another target while making inhuman computer noises inside his head.

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Product Description

  • Author
    Alan Moore  
    Binding
    Magazine  
    Cat No.
    2147369  
    EAN
    977204379100904  
    Genre
    Mondo  
    Publisher
    Knockabout Comics  
    Series
    Independents  
    Type
    Magazines  
  • Behind a fully loved-up hallucinogenic cover from modern psychedecadent maestro John Coulthart, Alan Moore’s subterranean soapbox reaches its fourth issue in a sunburst of mind-bending splendour. England’s only openly gay teacher speaks her mind in a delightfully delinquent diatribe, rib-tickling rationalist Robocop Robin Ince fixes upon another target while making inhuman computer noises inside his head.

    In keeping with this issue’s sun-fried freak-out theme, Deadhead Dick Foreman contributes a guided tour into the paisley undergrowth of psychedelic culture, while the magazine’s founder looks at America and its relationship with science fiction in an informed rant titled ‘Frankenstein’s Cadillac’. We present the next instalment of Melinda Gebbie’s dream-drenched San Franciscan flashback and are honoured to display, a delirious gallery of her electrifying etchings. Retro-Spankee Josh Ryan serves up an appreciation of children’s book author, ‘Sylvia’s Mother’ songwriter and Freaker’s Ball deviant Shel Silverstein, Alex Novak wheels out some more phonographic oddities adrift within their bell-jars so that we can squint and poke at them, while Margaret Killjoy charmingly continues her helpful advice for dealing with civilisation’s downfall without eating any of our neighbours.

    Kevin O’Neill offers us a sobering exposé of trans-species pole dancing, we have a two-page Savage Pencil epic, and Steve Aylett turns out anxious-looking pigs until we’re begging him to stop. Our Daily Mustard newshounds bring us stories ripped screaming from the world’s headlines. Dave Hamilton emits more soundings from the Eco Chamber, our guerrilla gardener Claire Ashby digs for victory and we have a full complement of Spinning Doctors, Great Hipsters, tongue-seducing recipes and do-it-yourself doo-dads to transform your otherwise probably bleak and colourless existences. Meanwhile, this issue’s locally-sourced and child-friendly free gift is a magnificently trippy A2 poster.

    On top of that we have Steve Moore lowering his flagon of absinthe for long enough to pen an eloquent paean to pacifism, the conclusion of Gary Mills’ searing sink-estate indictment and all the regular fun and foment of our eight-page local insert, Notes from Noho.

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