At the Center of Everything
It's all about mom, from Issue 20
From LANCE HANSEN, a son. Also cover artist for our upcoming issue and all around good guy. Check out Lance’s website, www.lancehansenillustration.com.
This is our semi-regular Sunday post in which we often (though not always) republish something from our vast and mighty archives.
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Now, back to mothers. Not everybody has an easy relationship with their mother. To honor that reality, to thank paid supporters, and because it’s really really funny, here is a piece from Alan Zweibel that ran in Issue #6 about the cruel, dark, reality some of our mothers are hiding behind their pants.
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