Chapters 16 thru 18

May 15, 2016 Saira Viola 0

art by Unitas Quick Start from Chapter One  “Superman don’t need no seat belt.”  – Muhammad Ali CHAPTER 16 Bessie had been keeping a low profile ever since the snatch at Goldman’s jewellers in Hatton Garden, but he knew it was Tony’s birthday tonight and felt like getting loaded. He was […]

Chapters 8 thru 10

May 9, 2016 Charlie Seller 0

Art by Dan Reece READ CHAPTERS 1-7 CHAPTER 8 He made a cup of tea with the three packets of sugar he’d saved from his breakfast. Filling the hot-pot, he took a good look at his eyes in the mirror and decided that they were yellower and markedly more bloodshot […]

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National Lampoon 1964 High School Yearbook Parody

December 26, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

CLICK TO READ National Lampoon 1964 High School Yearbook Parody is an American humor book that was first published in 1973. It was a spin-off from National Lampoon magazine. The book was a parody of a high school yearbook from the early 1960s. It was edited by P. J. O’Rourke […]

Whatever Happened to Savage Lucy?

November 11, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

  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 […]

A New Light in the Hunter S. Thompson Kitchen

November 5, 2015 Clayton Luce 0

originally published in Leo Weekly From Kentucky to Denver and Beyond- One Gonzo Spirit Road Trip A few weeks ago Clayton Luce (Gonzo Today publisher & Founding Editor), Nick Storm (Storm Generation Films & Pure Politics), and I (Gonzo Today Poetry Editor) took a 72-hour non-stop road trip to Denver, Colorado, where […]

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Review: Fear & Loathing the Graphic Novel

November 4, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

 by Bradley James Weber  “. . . an amphetamine-paced series of cartoon-like sketches, centered on two hapless acid abusers who come to seem like the bastard descendants of Don Quixote and Sancho Panzo.” –– William Stephenson, Gonzo Republic William Stephenson’s description of Hunter Thompson’s masterwork, Fear and Loathing in Las […]