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Too Much Coffee Man No. 15 (June '02)


Too Much Coffee Man No. 15 (June '02)
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    TOO MUCH COFFEE MAN No. 15 (June 2002).

    We offer this particular issue of TMCM in our web store because of the provocative article/interview, "Who is Behind the Cult of the Bushmiller Society?" The magazine purports to name Denis Kitchen as the force behind this far-reaching, visionary and ---some would argue--- dangerous organization.

    Kitchen innocently consented to be interviewed by TMCM editor Shannon Wheeler, but Wheeler, a well-known skeptic of all things Bushmiller, turned the wheels on Kitchen by presenting the results as a silly "self-interview." The result undermined the serious intent, leaving average readers with the impressionh that there is nothing serious about the B.S.

    Illustrated with an Ernie Bushmiller "Nancy" strip, a Secret Bushmiller Society Member Button and an actual DC-rejected panel from Dark Knight 2 by Frank Miller, another alleged B.S. (or splinter Friends of Sluggo) member. There is still enough of substance remaining that we can loosely recommend the result to Bushmiller completists.

    But "true-believers" should refer to the actual, full and unexpurgated interview via the following link: [xxxxx].

    Both Kitchen and Miller protested the handling of this "interview" (their respective letters appeared in TMCM #16, not offered here) to no avail. Too Much Coffee Man #15 is an eccentric 84-page squarebound magazine containing satire on Kevin Smith, interviews with Spider-Man's Brian Michael Bendis and sex worker fanzine editor Teresa Dulce, plus cartoons, articles and reviews, not always about coffee. TMCM #15 is still available from us at cover price.


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    Too Much Coffee Man No. 15 (June '02)

    TOO MUCH COFFEE MAN No. 15 (June 2002).

    We offer this particular issue of TMCM in our web store because of the provocative article/interview, "Who is Behind the Cult of the Bushmiller Society?" The magazine purports to name Denis Kitchen as the force behind this far-reaching, visionary and ---some would argue--- dangerous organization.

    Kitchen innocently consented to be interviewed by TMCM editor Shannon Wheeler, but Wheeler, a well-known skeptic of all things Bushmiller, turned the wheels on Kitchen by presenting the results as a silly "self-interview." The result undermined the serious intent, leaving average readers with the impressionh that there is nothing serious about the B.S.

    Illustrated with an Ernie Bushmiller "Nancy" strip, a Secret Bushmiller Society Member Button and an actual DC-rejected panel from Dark Knight 2 by Frank Miller, another alleged B.S. (or splinter Friends of Sluggo) member. There is still enough of substance remaining that we can loosely recommend the result to Bushmiller completists.

    But "true-believers" should refer to the actual, full and unexpurgated interview via the following link: [xxxxx].

    Both Kitchen and Miller protested the handling of this "interview" (their respective letters appeared in TMCM #16, not offered here) to no avail. Too Much Coffee Man #15 is an eccentric 84-page squarebound magazine containing satire on Kevin Smith, interviews with Spider-Man's Brian Michael Bendis and sex worker fanzine editor Teresa Dulce, plus cartoons, articles and reviews, not always about coffee. TMCM #15 is still available from us at cover price.

    $4.95