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Tom Arens (played by Gary Grubbs) was sheriff of Dudley, Arkansas when Agents Mulder and Scully were sent to investigate the disappearance of a Chaco Chicken employee.
Sheriff Arens appeared to be helpful and assisted the agents in their investigation, but his true nature was revealed when Scully was kidnapped by Walter Chaco's cannibalistic cult followers: Arens himself was the executioner responsible for beheading victims.
Including both an expanded focus on overlooked 'historical' publications dating from the early 70s onward, as well as extensive entries charting a new generation of queer zinesters, this second volume offers a broad survey of the vibrant and evolving medium.
Queer Zines 2 includes over a dozen new essays, including writing by Bruce La Bruce, Edie Fake, K8 Hardy, Scott Treleaven, and more.
Fern Smith of Montgomery, Ala., couldn’t help but smile after wading through the security checkpoint at Logan Airport Terminal B on Monday morning.
She, along with the rest of the early morning travelers, was greeted with patriotic tunes from a 10-member ensemble of the Boston Pops.
Three individual boxes have been created especially to house the three circus scenes, archival inkjet prints painstakingly cut out by hand and displayed as an audience watching a magical circus performance.
Peter Blake illustrates his love for the circus employing new techniques with imagery that he is very fond of.
Meggendorfer was first published in 1862 in the Fliegende Blätter, an illustrated comic weekly, and from 1868 in the bi-weekly Münchener Bilderbogen.