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  • Paperback
  • 72 pages
  • Cometbus
  • Aaron Cometbus
  • 11 June 2018
  • 1899866159

10 thoughts on “Cometbus

  1. mark monday says:

    i feel smugly happy in saying that i have many of the original zines i wonder if they re worth anything ah, cometbusfor a brief period of time, reading those wonderful scrabblings made my college self feel as if i had someone else i could actually talk to hadn t felt that way since reading john waters Shock Value in high school but then i moved to san francisco and i was surrounded by people i could actually talk to too many, in fact.still, despite the many years that have passed, i ll i feel smugly happy in saying that i have many of the original zines i wonder if they re worth anything ah, cometbusfor a brief period of time, reading those wonderful scrabblings made my college self feel as if i had someone else i could actually talk to hadn t felt that way since reading john waters Shock Value in high school but then i moved to san francisco and i was surrounded by people i could actually talk to too many, in fact.still, despite the many years that have passed, i ll always love you, aaron cometbus for a few years there, you were my secret best friend you ...

  2. Jason says:

    Huh So I originally reviewed two different issues of Cometbus, but it looks like they somehow got merged into one review I m adding headings below to make this less confusingHere s my review of 54 In China with Green Day Aaron has been friends with Green Day for most of his life, so he s able to use them as a common thread tying together the different eras of his past There s also great travel writing in here, and the kind of priceless anecdotes you d expect from a trip like this I Huh So I originally reviewed two different issues of Cometbus, but it looks like they somehow got merged into one review I m adding headings below to make this less confusingHere s my review of 54 In China with Green Day Aaron has been friends with Green Day for most of his life, so he s able to use them as a common thread tying together the different eras of his past There s al...

  3. Joshua says:

    Note on 2 14 13 Discovered Goodreads stupidly merged a bunch of issues of Cometbus into one entry Dumped my reviews for respective issues into one, as well I ll try to clean it up later, I guess.Probably a strange first issue of Cometbus for one to read, but after being aware of the zine for a few years now, this is what I started with And, really, it s great Aaron delves into the tension between his own anti corporate personal ethics and the old friendships he has with the Green Day dudes Note on 2 14 13 Discovered Goodreads stupidly merged a bunch of issues of Cometbus into one entry Dumped my reviews for respective issues into one, as well I ll try to clean it up later, I guess.Probably a strange first issue of Cometbus for one to read, but after being aware of the zine for a few years now...

  4. John Isaacson says:

    I love it already This feels like Aaron s most honest book yet Not that he isn t honest I don t even know him, but I ve never seen so much self examination and humility in his writing He just gets better and better After a career of writing travelogues, this is a travelogue like no other Cometbus Aaron really comes clean about his famous friends, his not so famous friends, and how relationships change in the wake of fame I can t wait for someone to make a movie of Aaron s life.Merged revi I love it already This feels like Aaron s most honest book yet Not that he isn t honest I don t even know him, but I ve never seen so much self examination and humility in his writing He just gets better and better After a career of writing travelogues, this is a travelogue like no other Cometbus Aaron really comes clean about his famous friends, his not so famous friends, and how relationships change in the wake of fame I can t wait for someone to make a movie of Aaron s life.Merged review Not as good as 52, but I am glad Aaron is talking about punk, and how many young and old lives have been touched by it Some serious death an...

  5. Ginger says:

    All biography is about the biographer s frame of mind as much as the subject I m glad Aaron Cometbus never pretends otherwise This is his own version of a Green Day biography, told unashamedly through his own totally biased 20 year long experience as sometimes roadie, sometimes friend, sometimes critic It s part exotic travel journal, but the larger part is an inspection of the widely different paths people from the same backgrounds can take Oh and yes, he does go on tour with Green Day in C All...

  6. Adam says:

    It felt ridiculous to read the latest issue of Cometbus on a plane While Aaron was re counting bicycle and greyhound bus rides, I was hurtling through the air with simultaneous fatigue, boredom, stiffness, nervousness, and anticipation Aaron wrote of satisfying walks and strong winds, while I endured recycled air, making my face feel both...

  7. Rocktopus says:

    edit this review refers to the loneliness of the electric menorah, but somehow got attached to the wrong title.I enjoyed this so much It reminds me of music journalism a cast of people reflecting on the arc of an amazing heydey Except it s retail journalism That sounds like a mean description, but it s not intended to be this is a really good book, especially if you ve ever spent time on that part of telegraph I m not sure if readers would find it terribly interesting if they ve never edit this review refers to the loneliness of the electric menorah, but somehow got attached to the wrong title.I enjoyed this so much It reminds me of music journalism a cast of people reflecting on the arc of an amazing heydey Except it s retail journalism That sounds like a mean description, but it s not intended to be this is a really good book, especially if you ve ever spent time on that part of telegraph I m not sure if readers would find it terribly interesting if they ve never been there I dunno, maybe they would But for those who have, they know that these stores were muchthan just businesses Their collections were curated with love I went to Telegraph every weekend when I was a kid, and before I had much freedom, a big part of developing my own taste came from browsing the vast stacks at Moe s and Amoeba.Also, the sections on Ken Sarachan are effing hilariouschokengtitiktitikchokengs If ...

  8. Sarah says:

    The title mostly says it all An inspirational, epic nostalgia trip that takes the reader along through Thailand, South Korea, China, and Japan as Cometbus dissects the past 20 years of his involvement with Green Day He makes a point to present the band as he knows them as people, as opposed to their famous caricatures Given his extensive albeit rocky history with the personalities behind the music, it makes for an interesting read The aspect of it that astonished methan his descrip The title mostly says it all An inspirational, epic nostalgia trip that takes the reader along through Thailand, South Korea, China, and Japan as Cometbus dissects the past 20 years of his involvement with Green Day He makes a point to present the band as he knows them as people, as opposed to their famous caricatures Given his extensive albeit rocky history with the perso...

  9. Melissa says:

    I really like Cometbus and don t particularly like Green Day, but this was a good read A nice travelogue of a huge rockband s Asian tour with some serious self reflection and harsh examination of what happens when friends follow radically different paths The price of fame vs The pitfalls of being the one who sticks ...

  10. Brad says:

    Disclaimer While I am a longtime fan of bands the author has been associated with, I am not a regular reader of Cometbus This was pitched to me as being possibly the most superior treatment of the Green Day story While it does indeed touch on very different periods of their career, it also dawdles along with Aaron Cometbus and his pseudo insights that don t always seem to tie in to the larger story Dwelling o...

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