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Text by “Blaster” Al Ackerman (1939—2013). Art by E. J. Barnes. Fiction.

“My friend Plopman had inherited his optimistic, visionary spirit from his father, who had been able to see little iridescent and transparent winged things crawling up his legs…up everybody’s legs. Plopman’s own gift lay less in the realm of second-sight, more in the area of transcendental theory and extra-practical application of the same. That is to say, Plopman was an inventor with lots of ideas that didn’t always work out the way they were supposed to. For example, one of the ideas he developed when he was living on the second floor of the Dunlap Commercial House between Tenth and Eleventh on Omaha Street had to do with putting together a suit made entirely out of Vienna sausages.”

The full text of the notorious short story by the late “Blaster” Al Ackerman, used by permission and illustrated in comics style by E. J. Barnes.

8pp, b&w. Content warnings: Sexual and scatological references, partial nudity, alcohol abuse, organic decay, hallucinations, fire hazards, and flies.


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