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John Porcellino: Creator of the King-Cat minicomics - American Bandito Podcast S05E06

I mentioned in a previous episode of the show I had participated in an annual zine fest in Madison called Print & Resist. One of the people showcasing his work at the event was John Porcellino, creator of the popular mini-comic zine King Kat.

I went up to his table to introduce myself and I blurted out that I had this podcast and I would love to talk with him. We exchanged information and he was nice enough to talk with me a few weeks later on facebook messenger.

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Also, Here is the picture we talk about on the show from the zine fest that John posted on Instagram where my son Dexter walked in front of him while he was taking it.

American Bandito Pop-Culture Roadshow for Nov 15, 2019

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https://stores.ebay.com/americanbandito This is another one of the pop-culture roadshow episodes where I go over some of the stuff that I've collected and talked a little bit about them and see if I can't learn something.

Archie Bunker's Grandson Joey Stivic Doll This is a weird thing from the 70s, Archie Bunker's grandson Joey Stivic. It's a doll, it's a baby doll. Archie Bunker had a grandson its name was Joey Stivic and to capitalize on that the toy company thought, “how do we make toys for kids to buy for Archie Bunker? The show that all kids hate.”

The toy touts itself as a drink and wet doll and is a physically correct male. And they weren't kidding. The doll is in the package with plastic over its head which is kind of disturbing to me.

It came with diapers a bib and a bottle. You basically fill the bottle with water put it in its mouth and then that water would trickle down into the diapers an…

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