One’s esteemed colleague Michael Russell (“I SCAN TEN YEARS AGO IN SPY SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO”) is an accomplished ironist. Curiously, he can also draw, and is avowedly heterosexualist.

In his current projet, M.E. Russell attends superimpressive alternaculture events in the B- or indeed C-tier city of Portland and turns them into oddball annotated comic strips. (Surely the rarest species of comix are comix with endnotes?) For added interest, the comic font is his own.

And of course it wouldn’t work without a good title, which it has: CulturePulp.

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