Full explanation here.
In short, recordings of a man unconsciously narrating his dreams.
Full album below.
What a crazy old world that was. "Mutually Assured Destruction." But we just thought it was normal at the time.
Does this bout of insane tedious bickering make you want to purchase Seagram's liquor?
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Surely one of the most enjoyably odd of the classic newspaper comic strips was Winsor McCay's famous LITTLE NEMO IN SLUMBERLAND.
Many of the strips are finally available online at this site.
Of course, if you desire glorious hardcopy, there are plenty of books too.
Gaze upon the horrific, accursed thing that is Pussy Katnip, and tremble in fear.
And what the hell is going on with these "doggy style" pals of hers?
I am unable to learn anything about the genius of "Len Short," her creator. If any WU-vie can help, please do not hesitate.
Original comic here.
Once upon a time, the suburbs were going to be utopia.
A cartoon that surely must have produced many nightmares in its day. I'm certain there was much psychosexual damage done when the sexy woman revealed her true identity.