Incredible Doom #5 - Part 4 - and an update
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Hello everyone.

Sorry for the long delay. A few months ago, my fathers health took a serious turn, which ended up in him passing away. It’s been a difficult time, but I’m glad to say that I’m finally back up to a reasonable speed with things, and that includes Incredible Doom.

There are a still a few things I’m getting back into place, but there are finally new pages up on Patreon and here on the public site.

We’re in the home stretch of what we are calling “Season One” now. I hope you are enjoying it.

Thank you to everyone for your support the last couple months. It’s really meant a lot.

Matthew Bogart
Incredible Doom #4 - Part 3

Everyone can read the newest part of issue #4 regardless if they are a member or not. I can remember laying in parks alone with a walkman. In my memory I was listening to III by Sebadoh for the first time. I listened from the beginning to the end. It was a hell of an evening. 

Thank you for reading and supporting the project. Thank you so much. 

Matthew Bogart
Incredible Doom #04 - Part 2

I just posted the second update to issue #4.

This update features all kinds of references. The Amiga computer and "carding" were thanks conversations with archivist and fantastic podcaster Jason Scott. The cassette artwork for the album by The Disappointments was actually a version of the first artwork I was ever paid to do. It was an album cover for the band The GC5 in 1998. I'll always be grateful to them for that. Also, the whole concept of Evol house and the Evol BBS was inspired by a story told to me by writer and filmmaker Chris Higgins.

I hope you like the update. As always, if you'd like to support the project, read ahead in the story, and get print copies mailed to your door, check out the Patreon. 

Thanks for reading!


Matthew Bogart