someone sends me a shitty, messy zine and tries to pawn it off as being
creative and non-mainstream, I should send them a page from Poplust. It's
entirely handwritten with text, comics, and drawings all over the place.
Yet instead of being an unruly mess, it has a beautiful, intricate design
and the crispest printing..."
- FACTSHEET FIVE (on Issue #4)
frenzied plunge into two-bit early 60s pop-star mythology. Funny mutated
cross between the punk and prehippie eras. So hilariously fanatical, and
deliberately so, that it puts the whole scene in surreal perspective."
- REV. IVAN STANG
(of SUBGENIUS fame) in his book "High Weirdness by Mail"
your favorite issue of Creem with Mad magazine circa 1962... "
- GARY "PIG" GOLD ("Pigshit" column)
spectacular design must be the most creative and engaging job I've ever
seen done by hand. The 'Rock 'n Roll Math Equations' were good fun- quick,
what's Alice Cooper + Marvel Comics X Foghat? Simple, it's KISS..."
- FACTSHEET FIVE (on Issue #1)
as the title implies, is a celebration of bubble-gummy pop bands, as well
as punk rock pioneers, local acts, and lost causes from the 1960s. Offset
printed, trimmed and stapled, it's a labor of love and a delight to read."
- EASTSIDE JOURNAL
to see NW legend Rob Morgan back at it with Poplust, a mag whose first
issue was published about 15 years ago... Chock full o' comics and articles
on fave bands such as The Rutles and Big Star, this rag truly has it all.
The "Prog Rules" piece is simply gravy..."
knowledgable and humorous as well... the totally designed-by-hand look
is something worth seeing..."
"...Beautifully offset printed in the very cool, but not so common half-legal size. It always has a nice cardstock cover too. Plenty of great comics, a step above the average 'zine comics'..."
- NARCOLEPSY PRESS
...Why not find out for yourself?
for more info on the seven issues
that make up "Volume Three"
(the most recent batch)... and
LOOKOUT, WORLD- here
we come again!!!
FOUR, ISSUE NUMBER
ONE NOW IN PROGRESS
Would we lie to YOU?
WHO KNOWS! Early 2007?