Moo Juice

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'''Moo Juice Megazine''' was a self-published milk themed [[zine]] created by  Britton Walters that began while he was a graphic design student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1991 and which he continued to produce until 1998 when Walters learn that he was lactose intolerance. Moo Juice was filled with comic strips, music reviews, and writing by Walters and various friends, most of which with a Generation X Pop culture bent. Along with this content every issue included prizes, stickers, and experimental give-away items. Walters now runs a weekly internet site www.nerfect.com which deals with many of the same themes and ideas of Moo Juice.
'''Moo Juice Megazine''' was a self-published milk themed [[zine]] created by  Britton Walters that began while he was a graphic design student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1991 and which he continued to produce until 1998 when Walters learn that he was lactose intolerance. Moo Juice was filled with comic strips, music reviews, and writing by Walters and various friends, most of which with a Generation X Pop culture bent. Along with this content every issue included prizes, stickers, and experimental give-away items. Walters now runs a weekly internet site www.nerfect.com which deals with many of the same themes and ideas of Moo Juice.
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Revision as of 10:20, 19 May 2007

Moo Juice Megazine was a self-published milk themed zine created by Britton Walters that began while he was a graphic design student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1991 and which he continued to produce until 1998 when Walters learn that he was lactose intolerance. Moo Juice was filled with comic strips, music reviews, and writing by Walters and various friends, most of which with a Generation X Pop culture bent. Along with this content every issue included prizes, stickers, and experimental give-away items. Walters now runs a weekly internet site www.nerfect.com which deals with many of the same themes and ideas of Moo Juice.

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