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Friday, March 7, 2008

Foul #8


via NeuFutur Magazine by admin on 2/8/08

I have absolutely no clue where I got this zine, but it is really informative for its small size. Apparently, this zine came from a website of about the same name (www.foulinc.com). Getting the short amount of book-keeping out of the way with the first page, it really gets hot and heavy into the issues that are of the utmost importance to anyone that calls themselves involved in politics. Specifically, foul starts out its fever pitch of information by detailing a story about a Staff Sargent involved in a rape that was not covered in mass media. Other pieces in this issue include an in-depth book review that really gives the book a voice, and a deconstruction of the popular game Operation Wolf. The only problem that I can see with this issue of foul is that there is a listing of local events. This is really not as much of a problem as it is a piece that benefits the local readers more than national readers. Otherwise, this magazine is a very solid read, and I would whole-heartedly recommend it. Go to the aforementioned website to find the contact information necessary to order a copy of this magazine.

Rating :6.5/10.


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