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August 2001

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In this issue:    The Midget Monkey Menace!   Attack of the Crappy Titles!   Rock Star 101!   PLUS: Learn to read with Batturtle!   The Socio-Economics of Giant lizards!   And 10 Reasons to Hate ASH!
 
 
Introduction
Ash

 
Hello, and welcome to the latest and greatest issue of PULP. I'd like to apologize for the tardiness, but as the summer draws to a close, I find myself less preoccupied with sitting in front of a dimly glowing computer screen writing this crap and more desirous of the finer things in life, like sitting in front of a dimly glowing television screen watching old Battlestar Galactica episodes until the lack of fresh air and solid food cause me to enter into a delusional state in which I believe myself to be the leader of a super-villain team entitled Dr. Paranoiac and his Schizophonic Skeletelles. Needless to say, completing the latest edition of PULP was not high on Dr. Paranoiac's to-do list, being pre-empted by both the destruction of Static City's number one science hero The Plasmatic Man and doing laundry. Thankfully, my army of cadaverous femme fatales soon kicked me into gear, and the new issue of PULP is finally upon us. This issue marks the first appearance of a brand new member of PULP's incestuous family, who has graced you, the reader, with an inside glimpse into the real Ash via a charming top ten list, as well as one of our semi-regular ventures into real culture, in the form of an honest-to-goodness book review by regular contributor Batturtle. Also, join the PULP family in reeling at the news of the new Star Wars title with X's The Madness of King George, and revel in the power and the glory that is Planet of the Apes. That said, I hope you enjoy this issue, and bear with me until September's edition of PULP, when hopefully I will have regained a grip on reality. Until then, read on, power up, and death to The Plasmatic Man.





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