writing I added on back reads:
"When I was about 11 or 12 yeas old me and two mates put together this zine. It doesn't really follow any narrative and there is an obsession with the number 69, but it is quite an amusing read. There are a lot of references to our warped Kiwi childhood and the illustrations are... creative. Enjoy!"
Not just 69, pot and booze, too.
I thought it'd be fun to actually release this to a wider audience than just our (old) school chums despite it being a number of years old. It has survived time well! Lunchy Duh Elf-Bo was originally Lucky the Elf-Boy, a character I made for a comix series for other zine-like creations (there are a few out there, somewhere) we made. In fact, I can recall that time we re-wrote the entire script of The Three Musketeers into an immature, violence, sex and drug fueled rampage through 15th Century France, good times they were! Anyway there are characters out there that may never be seen again such as Lucky the Elf-Boy, but also Goatman, Stan I and Stan II and several others I can't even remember. I made a pretty cool comic following a dude who left his mother to die in the forest to live a life as an uneducated accountant in a mysterious town with no connections to the outside world. He ends up killing his best friend for the love of a girl and then going to Hell to get his mate back. It's a little weird.