Posts Tagged: Hunter Thompson

Hunter S. Thompson: The Champion of Fun

  by Todd Brendan Fahey originally appeared in the March 1991 issue of Fling I remember very crisply my introduction to the cult of Hunter S. Thompson. Having already broasted the front side of my body under a thin ozone layer one warm August afternoon in Santa Barbara, I traded my beach chair for a… Read more »

DISPATCH FROM RALPH STEADMAN

story by Ralph STEADman art by Joey Feldman TAXI TO THE SUBURBS … NO ROOM AT THE INN …  A SAVAGE ENCOUNTER ON A STAIRWAY IN THE DARK… TERROR HITCHES A LIFT ON THE BATTERSEA PARK ROAD… I must’ve been early getting to the Latchmere Theatre that Monday. The theatre was situated above a recently… Read more »

Hunter S. Thompson: The Champion of Fun

  by Todd Brendan Fahey originally appeared in the March 1991 issue of Fling I remember very crisply my introduction to the cult of Hunter S. Thompson. Having already broasted the front side of my body under a thin ozone layer one warm August afternoon in Santa Barbara, I traded my beach chair for a… Read more »

Whatever Happened to Savage Lucy?

  by Bradley James Weber art by Troy Little from the graphic novel Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas Top Shelf Comix  . . .  the door hit something, which I recognized at once as a human form: a girl of indeterminate age with the face and form of a Pit Bull. She was wearing… Read more »

4TH ANNUAL CARNEGIE CLASSICS EVENT: “FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS”

CARNEGIE CENTER NAMES BOOK FOR 4TH ANNUAL CARNEGIE CLASSICS EVENT: “FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS,” BY HUNTER S. THOMPSON LEXINGTON, Ky. – On Saturday, November 7, at 7PM Lexington literary fans – and Hunter S. Thompson enthusiasts – are invited to step into the pages of Thompson’s groundbreaking cult classic, Fear and Loathing in… Read more »