Printout: Matt Kerley - Damned

Printout: Matt Kerley - Damned

This makes me feel good and even though i've seen the pages a hundred times every time I pick one up it feels like the first time.

I never really know how to review these zines or what to kinda write here. All I know is that when I look at this one by Matt Kerley (or any other zine I have) it makes me feel good and even though i've seen the pages a hundred times every time I pick one up it feels like the first time. Matt Kerley is hands down one of my favourites, I'm aware I say this about every illustrator I talk about but I really can't put any other artist above any other one, I just know that I rate them all as equal number ones.

It's like trying to pick your favourite flavour of Shapes, actually nahh it's not; everyone knows that chicken crimpy holds that number one spot. it's more like trying to pick which or what part of the online adult entertainment video is the last you watch. You have all of these options at your disposal and you like the idea of them all equally but at that point in time you just go yep this is the one.

Doesnt mean you really like it anymore than the next option but the planets align and it just feels right for right now. Right?

 

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We love zines, we love print and so do a hell of a lot of you! In light of this, we'll be pulling one zine off our shelves once a week to tell you a little bit about what you're missing out on. Want to have the chance to have your title reviewed on here or be a reviewer yourself?

Shoot an email to layton@pilerats.com for details!

 

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