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Mysterio Simpatico

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Wiley Wiggins
02-26-2002
07:32 AM ET (US)
Woodring tells that story in the Big Book of Jim actually.

Mr. Woodring has written a few lesser known mainstream comics that are completely brilliant. Aliens: Labyrinth is one of my favorites. Watch as Giger's drooly bugs try to force a man to have sex with his own mother after plucking her arms and legs off, in an effort to expand the breeding stock. Then watch as the afwul things are brought down by lowly mold.
Edited 02-26-2002 07:33 AM
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sunnyday
02-25-2002
04:16 PM ET (US)
Charcol drawings for $500 each.....wonder if he sells any?
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Howard Rheingold
02-25-2002
03:16 PM ET (US)
I dunno about that story, but Stan Grof, noted psychedelic pioneer, once considered hiring me to help him write a book. However, when he was interviewing me, I noticed him staring at a painting of mine in my office: http://www.rheingold.com/art/birdmed.html

He asked me if I had painted it. I said, yes. I never heard from him again.

I highly recommend Bill Frisell's CD, "Gone, Like A Train," with cover art by Woodring, as an introduction to their collaboration.
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Lukas
02-25-2002
02:49 PM ET (US)
Hey Mark, that profile of Woodring in the Happy Mutant Handbook...is that story about the Jungian analyst (the one that refused to see him after seeing his work) true, or beautiful apocrypha?

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