The second THANOS AND DARKSEID post crossed 5000 notes this weekend. That is, by far, the most on anything I have ever drawn. I’m sure I speak for both myself and Justin when I say thank you all for the love and sharing.
Plastic Farm follows the life of a man named Chester and his slow descent into complete insanity and chronicles how that madness reshapes the world around him. Chester has had a rough childhood, has a magic cowboy that rides a dinosaur living inside of his head, and is now, late in life, sitting in a nameless airport bar during a blizzard telling his life story to a group of people who really couldn’t care less. Written by Rafer Roberts (with artwork by Matt Dembicki, Mal Jones, Chris Piers, Dale Rawlings and Jim8Ball) this volume recounts Chester’s freshman year at college, his introduction to the pleasures of drugs and alcohol, and his first steps into a very strange reality. 224 pages, black and white. Collects Plastic Farm #13-21
nah son punk died when elitist snobs like your sorry ass started treating punk like some sort of secret club with pathetic rules
I will say what I always say when my fellow older punk friends say things about punk being “dead”: the same kind of shows we went to as kids still exist, we’re just not at them. That doesn’t mean they don’t exist. We’re just old now.