November 15th, 2011

Envelope By Truman Bentley Jr. - Nov 2011

 
Hard to beat an envelope made from Spongebob Squarepants wrapping paper.
Thanks Truman! [Truman Bentley Jr., sit-down comic.]
Next to that is Truman's Newsletter.
Does he really make one of these every day?
Also included inside the Spongebob envelope were a few pages of cut'n'paste stuff - many copies of Truman's address, and some of his correspondents' addresses, copies of notes people have sent, and a Kapreles drawing.
P.S. Another envelope from Truman arrived the same day, much plainer looking though. Inside was another Newsletter, this one on day-glo green paper.

Envelope By Randy Robbins - November 2011

 
On the plus side, it sure was a pleasant surprise to receive something in the mail from Randy. I hadn't heard from him in months and figured I had written something that offended or upset him so much he decided to cut me off. But that wasn't the case. On the minus side, something shitty did happen, but I'm not the one to announce it here. If you correspond with Randy you'll probably find out soon enough, and maybe he'll write about it in his next zine. Anyway, thanks Randy, it was great to hear from you, but not great to hear why you been MIA the last few months.

You're An Angel, You Li'l Devil #5

   
32 pages, half digest size, $2.00. stamps, or a cool letter. Prisoners welcome to write >>> Randy Robbins, PO Box 17131, Anaheim CA 92817-7131, USA 
Aside from the multitudes of devil girl photos, drawings, and tattoos, Randy's daughter Tabitha contributes a comic strip about the number 666. Did you know the fear of this number is called 'hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia'? Ronald and Nancy Reagan suffered from this phobia too and had their Bel Air mansion street number changed from 666 to 668 (which, of course, is the Neighbour Of The Beast).
I also really loved Tatsuya Ishida's 'Sinfest' comix in here.