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Where Demented Wented: The Art and Comics of Rory Hayes Paperback – Bargain Price, August 18, 2008
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(Printed in the front, as a sort of introduction to Hayes' world is the same essay/article that was published in Comic Art #2: "The Black-Eyed Boodle Will Knife Ya Tonight!" by Edwin "Savage Pencil" Pouncey. In the back is a mini-memoir written about Rory Hayes by his brother, Geoffrey, and a short interview with Rory at the San Francisco Comic Book Company, where he was once employed.)
WARNING: There's a 20-page chunk in the middle of the book featuring a gaggle of sex-crazed maniacs in the S. Clay Wilson vein. While it undoubtedly adds to the overall madness of this collection, it's not for thems who faints or turns red in the presence of perversity.
It's disturbing, really weird and dark, and extremely primitive. You can't help with agree with his supporters and critics alike.
Hayes presents really unique artwork, but at times, painfully lacking. Some felt he was just a shocking artist who lacked the ability to draw. Others felt he was an insanely unique primitive artist. At time, it comes off as juvenile shock gags, other you feel like you are trapped in a diseased mind. If you enjoy underground comix, I'd recommend you definitely pick it up.
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Rory Hayes reminds me of the fever dreams I had as a child. This is a terrifying book, I loved it.Published on January 24, 2014 by Logan Carroll
This is a very disturbing book. It's fascinating, but Rory Hayes' artwork looks like what madness must feel like. Read morePublished on June 2, 2010 by Clayton Hollifield