Lunchmeat and Poor Milk Bring You MAGNETIC MEMORIES #2 – THE PIT! Check Out this All-New VHS-Driven Comic, Tapeheads!
A while back here in Lunchmeat Land, the totally awesome illustrator Tavi Veraldi (aka Poor Milk) and I debuted the first installment in a series of VHS-driven comic collaborations that were created to explore the many musings brought on by a fervent affection for our favorite format. We decided to title it MAGNETIC MEMORIES (see what we did there?), our first strip relaying a tribute to that absolutely amazing and unforgettable Frankenhooker talking VHS box, highlighting the pure joy that it provided with a simple touch of a button. If you missed it, you can click here to check that bad boy out! Fast forward to today, and Tavi and I are ready to press play on the second comic in the MAGNETIC MEMORIES series: a love letter celebrating the unending re-watchability and potent personal healing power of the 1981 cult horror classic The Pit (coupled with an all too natural nod to snacks) transformed into an tra-la-log-inspired adventure only the Videovore could survive! So, here it is, Tapeheads: MAGNETIC MEMORIES #2 – THE PIT! We hope you dig it, man!
The Videovore don't feel a thing, man! Click, save and share, Tapeheads!!
Tavi and I will have another VHS-lovin’ single-pager up for consumption next month, so be sure to stay tuned to this here slab of analog-obsessed internet to get a gander at what radical rewind-inclined rumination we dig up next. Until next time, Videovores, keep those VCRs fed and don’t stop unless yer dead!