Terry Eagan examines Louise Erdrich's new novel, The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse, a profound meditation on identity and faith.
The seminal Victory Records label has been responsible for some of the most influential and important hardcore acts of the last decade. Nathan T. Birk looks back at hardcore history with their new DVD, Victory Video Collection.
The Swingers duo of Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn re-team for Made, a tale of two bumbling wanna-be gangsters. Carl F. Gauze lets you know if this team is still "money."
Exploring "the outer limits of human belief" makes for perfect bathroom reading in the form of Donna Kossy's Kooks. Ian Koss is your restroom attendant.
Phil Bailey takes a look at some of the finest pieces of molded plastic available, including the Ghost World Enid Coleslaw action doll, The Simpsons' Comic Book Guy playset, and the strange new Japanese fad of Kubricks.
Kevin Smith closes out the View Askewniverse and bids good-bye to his on-screen alter ego in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Julio Diaz reviews one of the year's funniest movies!
Phil Bailey takes a look at the first issue of Blush, a new magazine chronicling the Japanese glam/metal/punk/goth music trend known as "Visual Kei."
Daniel Clowes' brilliant graphic novel, Ghost World comes to the silver screen courtesy of director Terry Zwigoff. And according to Phil Bailey, this is one comics-to-film translation that gets it right.
Carl F. Gauze takes a look at the 2001 edition of the long-running animation festival that gave us the South Park kids and Beavis & Butthead. What Sick and Twisted delights await you this year? Read on...
...used the world over where people can come together to bitch..." Yes, disgruntled former DJs, more angry A.F.I. fans, and pissing off the French: it can only be another dip into the Ink 19 virtual mailbag...