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Deadbone

by Vaughn Bodé

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"Deadbone", billed as the first testament of Cheech Wizard, is a collection of "underground" strips from the late '60's and early '70's, mostly featuring nameless lizard characters and buxom human naked females, with a large dose of cynical metaphysics, rare flashes of genuine humor, and frequent pretension. On top of that it seems dated as hell, although it is not at all topical. Just the style. But for some reason, I like it as much now as I did in college, which is considerable. Bode died young, and that has elevated his status to near-Jim Morrison levels in the minds of many of his followers. ( )
  burnit99 | Dec 28, 2006 |
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