“When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.“” - Hunter S. Thompson
In honor of today’s 150th anniversary of the San Francisco Examiner, the paper has combed through its archives to produce a number of entertaining reminders. Things like Mark Twain’s exact staff status when the paper was launched inShow More Summary
Cartoonist Troy Little adapts Thompson's mind-bending prose novel about "a savage journey to the heart of the American Dream" for Top Shelf.
Screencap by author, via Even in death, Hunter S. Thompson is still wreaking havoc. That much was evident in 2006 when, as per his request, his ashes were exploded over the desert in a fireworks display over the heads of an inner circle whose ranks included Johnny Depp, Bill Murray, and Senator John Kerry. Show More Summary
Wikimedia Commons // CC BY 2.0 Owl Farm, the Aspen, Colo.-area home where Hunter S. Thompson lived for 35 years, has remained largely as he left it when he took his own life 10 years ago at the age of 67. Recently, in a conversationShow More Summary
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If you've never heard of Dan Bilzerian, just imagine if Hunter S. Thompson's gun collection and Chuck Norris' beard had a love child and gave it a multi-million dollar trust fund. The man's made headlines for throwing porn stars off his roof. Show More Summary
Artist Troy Little is at the helm of this graphic novel project. News by Raine Winters Fans of Hunter S. Thompson, get ready to hyperventilate from joy! Comic book artist Troy Little is adapting Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage...Show More Summary
On most days someone will wander into this rustic little saloon in a lush valley outside Aspen seeking directions to the house of late journalist Hunter S. Thompson.
J.D. TUCCILLE: Is On the Run Flawed Sociology or Interesting Impressionistic Journalism? There may be a touch of Hunter S. Thompson in Alice Goffman’s tale of inner-city life.
Hunter S. Thompson's legendary Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas is set to receive a graphic novel adaptation from Troy Little this fall.
Comics artist Troy Little has landed a deal with IDW Publishing. Little plans to adapt the Hunter S. Thompson novel, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream. The publisher has partnered with the Thompson estate for this project. Show More Summary
Coming this October from IDW and Chiaroscuro's Troy Little, Hunter S. Thompson's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (The Graphic Novel) should make the perfect gift for people who like visuals with...
Hunter S. Thompson‘s “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” is the most popular book set in Nevada and “East of Eden” by John Steinbeck is the most popular book set in California, according to Mic.com. The news site has created a map of the most popular books set in each state. Show More Summary
Inspiration for the latest comp came from a young Hunter S. Thompson’s characteristically unorthodox pitch for a position at the Vancouver Sun. An unflattering portrait of his relationship with a… Continue reading The post SpectatorShow More Summary
Apologizes for the emergency water flushing we will all need for our minds’ eyes after this, but Marilyn Manson, who was once nicknamed “Shit Eye” by Hunter S. Thompson, recently revealed his dream humping partner to be none other than Madonna. Show More Summary
Legend Taking information that she gathered from the E. Jean Carroll 1993 biography Hunter: The Strange and Savage Life of Hunter S. Thompson, Visual News managing editor Katy French created a colorful visual representation of the copious amount of drugs that the late great Gonzo journalist took in a single 24-hour period. The Schedule 3 […]
Hunter S. Thompson once wrote an essay called "The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved." I won't go into the politically charged content of the piece, but being a Louisville native like old Hunter, I can tell you the title is accurate. Show More Summary