Thrasher Comix: Horror and Sci-Fi covers

Thrasher Comix: Horror and Sci-Fi covers
Art by James Callahan | Concepts and Mickey-Goat art by Adam Creagan

Skating produces all sorts of stories: slams, makes, spots, random street weirdos, and so on. Even the tall tales often have a nugget of truth within them. Here are some wild story ideas that could never possibly happen. Or could they?

As seen in the September 2014 mag.

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    Skateboard Hieroglyphics
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    Ryan Maddox: King of Photograffiti
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    Zorchémon Go: The Skate Game
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  • Future Islands Interview

    Future Islands Interview
    This band had a long-time cult following and blew up the last couple of years. Austyn Gillette and David Letterman may have helped, but mostly the tunes did all the work.
  • Zine Thing: Homegrown mags and rags

    Zine Thing: Homegrown mags and rags
    Hell, Thrasher started as a zine so you know we have love for all hand-made publications. Here’s a look at some zines we’ve received over the years plus an interview with our long-time zine-reviewer Wez Lundry.