Miscellanea and Ephemeron
02/24/2004 Archived Entry: "Comic review: True Travel Tales #1"
I couldn't tell from the website if you can buy this online or not. Anyway, do what you have to do to get one if you enjoy the more surreal aspects of travel. This collection of travel tales by various writers and illustrated by Justin Hall pretty much sums up the weirdness of travel. I'm sure the woman being harassed on the beach by the flasher splasher has happened to countless women simply trying to find a little peace and solitude on vacation. But to know that these things happen to others and have comics drawn about it is a tremendous comfort to me, at least. My favorite strip was about a grandmother telling her tale of declining to be a shipboard, opera singing dominatrix. She turns it down, not because she was shocked and horrified, but because she thought she'd hurt the guy too much. I liked the strips that centered on women best; so sue me.
This collection has something for everyone from lead singers who set themselves on fire to guys who like to cum on women they don't know. And all for $2.95!
The Wapshott Press
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"Ontology on the Go!"
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