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'''Hitch''' has been published since 1994 by [[Rod Lott]] from Oklahoma City, OK. Rod describes the [[zine]] on his website: "It is fun. It is funny. It’s kind of like Spy meets Entertainment Weekly, by way of Psychotronic." Each issue of Hitch takes on pop culture in a very funny and critical way.
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'''Hitch''' has been published since 1994 by [[Rod Lott]] from Oklahoma City, OK.
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The subtitle of  Hitch is: "The Journal of Pop Culture Absurdity". Rod describes the [[zine]] on his website: "It is fun. It is funny. It’s kind of like Spy meets Entertainment Weekly, by way of Psychotronic." Each issue of Hitch takes on pop culture in a very funny and critical way.
  
  
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* [http://www.hitchmagazine.com Official website]
 
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Latest revision as of 18:05, 20 November 2012

Hitch has been published since 1994 by Rod Lott from Oklahoma City, OK.

The subtitle of Hitch is: "The Journal of Pop Culture Absurdity". Rod describes the zine on his website: "It is fun. It is funny. It’s kind of like Spy meets Entertainment Weekly, by way of Psychotronic." Each issue of Hitch takes on pop culture in a very funny and critical way.


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