PTBH!

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'''PTHB!''' was a [[perzine]] published by Rex Ray out of Anchorage, AK during the late 1990's. It was reminiscent of [[Cometbus]] in that it mostly contained personal travel stories and the font looked handwritten (although it was done on a computer). In issue #4, Rex told tales of he and his friend Twitch as they travelled from their home in Alaska to Washington, Oregon, Mississippi, Maryland, Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, San Francisco and many more places. Along with travel stories, the zine featured zine and punk music reviews.
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'''PTHB!''' was a [[perzine]] published by Rex Ray out of Anchorage, AK during the late 1990's. It was reminiscent of [[Cometbus]] in that it mostly contained personal travel stories and the font looked handwritten (although it was done on a computer). In issue #4, Rex told tales of himself and his friend Twitch as they travelled from their home in Alaska to Washington, Oregon, Mississippi, Maryland, Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, San Francisco and many more places. Along with travel stories, the zine featured zine and punk music reviews.
[[Category:Zine]] [[category:Zines from the U.S.A.]][[Category: Alaska Zines]] [[Category: 1990's publications]][[Category:Perzine]]
[[Category:Zine]] [[category:Zines from the U.S.A.]][[Category: Alaska Zines]] [[Category: 1990's publications]][[Category:Perzine]]

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PTBH! #4 cover
PTBH! #4 cover

PTHB! was a perzine published by Rex Ray out of Anchorage, AK during the late 1990's. It was reminiscent of Cometbus in that it mostly contained personal travel stories and the font looked handwritten (although it was done on a computer). In issue #4, Rex told tales of himself and his friend Twitch as they travelled from their home in Alaska to Washington, Oregon, Mississippi, Maryland, Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, San Francisco and many more places. Along with travel stories, the zine featured zine and punk music reviews.

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