Revolution With a Catchy Phrase Collected Edition by Pat Aulisio
Whoâ€™s been saying all along that the comics are the best part of this zine? I think it was me, unless I kept those comments to myself, but Iâ€™ve been thinking it all along, I swear I have. Anyway, this isnâ€™t a complete collection by any means, as those samples from the first two issues donâ€™t seem to be in here, but all the good stuff from #5 and some other stuff that Iâ€™ve never seen is in here. Thereâ€™s no way in hell that I can make this all make some kind of logical sense in a review, but itâ€™s a blast and funny, so you could do a whole lot worse. Oh, OK, here goes: in here you have eggs, a recycled grandma, Boca, orange juice, and all the thiings I talked about in my review for #5. If that makes it sound like itâ€™s not so complicated after all, thatâ€™s only because Iâ€™m not telling it right. Look, itâ€™s a bit sloppy, granted, but this isnâ€™t a story that youâ€™ve ever seen before or will ever see again, which is always a plus in my book.