Monthly Archives: May 2014
In America during the Great Depression there was a huge underground market for so-called ‘Tijuana bibles’, small bootleg comics which depicted the family-friendly cartoon stars of the day – Popeye, Dick Tracy – getting up all sorts of rude, adult and not at all family-friendly things.Read the full story..
You know how upsetting it is when a singer has the temerity to cover your favourite artist?Read the full story..
On a recent trip to Manchester Art Gallery, it struck me how little attention the gallery draws to the more famous names who populate its permanent collection.Read the full story..
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Of a Monday evening, this about sums up our mood. (made by Manchester's Sour Cherry) pic.twitter.com/1vNDk5Qyxk
What do you get if you eat Christmas decorations? Tinsillitis