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Kyle’s Comics: Ice Cream

Ice cream heals all wounds.

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Kyle’s Comics: Breakfast Talk

Breakfast talk Mega Skull style.

Kyle’s Comics – Large Female Popstar

The music industry can be so very fickle. Success can disappear with just one thing; something you say, something you don’t say, or the loss of a body part, for example.

Kyle’s Comics – Britain’s Got Super Mega Factor

People have been saying it a while, but televised talent shows have finally got to the point where it matters more that your dog once broke its ankle than how well you can sing. Bring on this year’s bland-fest of a Christmas number 1.

Kyles Comics – Colony

Although nudism seems all free love and peace, there are some very real, very tangible dangers that go along with getting your dick out the whole time.

Kyle’s Comics – Tooth Ache

Remember that time when you were little and you tried pulling your tooth out by tying it to a door and slamming that shit shut?

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Kyle’s Comics – Itchy Cast

It would be pretty cool if you could fold yourself up so small that you fit inside inanimate objects. Kind of like a crab; like a human crab.

Kyle’s Comics – Pizza trip

Kyle highlights one of the common issues that can stem from persistent crack-abuse.

Kyle’s Comics – The Tourbus

This week Kyle delivers a non-subtitled strip, which is kind of the equivalent of a silent movie or the complete opposite of a book. As in, he’s leaving it up to you to decide what everyone’s saying. Conceptual.

Kyle’s Comics: Afternoon Saunter & The Throws of Death.

My old flat-mate put a bird out of its misery with a rock once. It’s a shame he didn’t have a mace because it took a really long time.


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Nina Ahn.

When Nina was young she only enjoyed reading; first Wuthering Heights, and second Mitte Des Lebens, both novels concentrating on the female psychology, which Ahn says inspired her photography, 'my…

MUSIC.

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Album Review: Stubborn Heart Debut LP

A sustained fragility and tenderness dominates this subdued record, priding itself on silky pop vocals and spacious sound palettes.

MIXTAPES.

Mint Podcast: Close Encounters of the Heard Kind #7 The best of 2011

Marcus Harris and Ian James are taking a slight detour in their final podcast of 2011 to bring you something a little longer than usual in an attempt to encompass…