Is this Godzilla vs. Hedora poster from Poland graphically badass or what? It would probably look great on your wall.* [Hint-hint] And if you haven't seen the 1971 film Godzilla vs. Hedora (aka Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster) in a gazillion years (as was the case with myself until last fall), or if you've never even seen it at all, a new DVD release from Kraken Releasing and Toho hit the domestic marketplace late last year. Unfortunately, the DVD case isn't half as cool looking on the shelf as the previous Toho releases from Sony Classic Media (blogged about here), but at least you can finally complete that Big G" movie collection. Ebirah – Horror of the Deep (aka Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster) has also been released.
*Image is sized at 8.5 x 11 (300 dpi), and suitable for framing.
St. Paco writes on walls and draws on bathroom stalls. He has written for Giant Robot magazine and is author and editor of Kung Fu Grip!, In His Image, Octopussy, and other critically acclaimed 'zines. His xeroxed underground publications have been included in zine-related exhibits in Istanbul, San Jose, Baltimore, Halle and other nice places. His publications have also been added to the special collections of New York's Museum of Modern Art/MOMA (Franklin Furnace Artist Book Archive), the Marguerite Duras Public Library of Paris, and the Booklet Library of Tokyo. Artwork produced by this dually talented creator can also be found in a number of private collections, on bus stop shelters, and on the walls of abandoned buildings. Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Paco currently lives a very monkish existence in the southwest desert city of Tucson, Arizona, where he dreams of moving to an isolated isle somewhere in the Pacific. Feel free to email an invitation if you're already there, or if you just wanna wax poetic about hip-hop, Asian cult cinema, comics, graffiti art, cultural anthropology (or anything else discussed on his blogs) at firstname.lastname@example.org.