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CulturePulp by Mike Russell

(Mostly) non-fiction pop comics out of Portland, Oregon. Also the home of beloved instructional characters Mr. Do and Mr. Don't.
... Read It Now!
Christopher Lowrance's Review of CulturePulp
It looks like Mike Russell has moved his non-fiction journalism strip CulturePulp to WCN. Now my secret is out....

You see, when I began my own non-fiction journalism comic, CulturePulp was the only thing out there to look at for inspiration. Needless to say, I stole... er, localized the idea with abandon. For that, Mike's forgiven me....

Maybe he realizes how high a bar CulturePulp sets --- with each installment Russell expertly condenses his first-hand experiences into a throughly entertaining, surprisingly informative, and often hilarious strip. It helps that he's a master at cartooning, conveying a depth of action, detail and character through a small set of squiggly lines. It's enviable how well he retells an event in so short a space, a skill too few comics artist possess.

Unfortunately, early in our careers a CulturePulp strip led to the death of my fiance, and my resulting campaign of vengeance through cartooning ruined Russell's marriage and consumed both our lives. Be sure to check out Culturepulp from the beginning, before our death feud claims us all. 

 

... read it now!




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