Despite Everything: A Cometbus Omnibus

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Last Gasp, 2002 - Social Science - 608 pages
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Collected here are selections from the first twenty years of Cometbus, including the ultra-rare and embarrassing early issues, plus new intros, notes and a scrapbook. 'The ultimate zine in a world of millions. It's irregular, it's handmade, it's personal, it's portable, it's inspiring, it's challenging, it's unique, it's put out by a really cute boy (that's sorta important)' - Ben is Dead 'Cometbus is considered a classic in the subterranean world' - Time 'Could well be the best loved zine ever' - Bay Guardian
  

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User Review  - Max Dickey - Goodreads

Generally, I steer clear of books about punk rock. Most focus on the drugs, riots, mohawks and other garbage stereotypes of the movement. It's all been done to death and none of it seems to have ... Read full review

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User Review  - Paul - Goodreads

a huge collections of most of essays and stories from the zine COMETBUS, is 75% awesome, if you discount the dodgy early stuff. A great read if you are a fan of punk rock, travel stories or just good writing in general. Read full review

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