The Consequences Of Indiscretion : A Celebration Of Human WeaknessBook - 2012
Originally distributed into the world as Xeroxed pamphlets, these"underground comix" reflect the true nature of its nomenclature:Here are the archeological findings of the subterranean ruins of the psyche.Finally, these scattered elements have been compiled into a compact, lushlyillustrated bedside reader. Give your cerebellum a tug and become a spelunker ofthe subconscious as we trespass among the scorched archaic wastelands of theoffspring of apes and fools. Here we find the profane, beautiful progeny ofprurient ideals. Immerse yourself in the nocturnal meanderings of unnamedprotagonists. Ponder the uncomfortable sexuality of the twins, Cochlea &Eustachia. Recoil at the doings of a dwarfish malefactor in Hail Jeffrey, orsimply stare at the pretty pictures. Suffice to say that readers of The SquirrelMachine will not be disappointed. The author instructs you not misuse Folly: TheConsequences of Indiscretion. Poke it gently with a long stick, if you must.Careful, it might ruin the carpet. Placate it with a belly-rub or sweet pastrybefore it attacks the children. Don't worry; your tongue won'tstick. If it fits, don't shove it in too quickly. Keep it as your owncherished object: a shameful, guarded secret. The filter for reality'sblinding glare. Detritus of the Under-Brain. The Unspeakable Thing You AlwaysKnew.
Publisher: Seattle, WA : Fantagraphics Books c2012.
Characteristics: vii, 133 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,26 cm.