Fair warning: This description is very similar to the one on my piece titled "The Last Drive In: Season the First." I didn't see the need to reinvent the wheel here.
It was pretty exciting when Joe Bob Briggs returned to the airwaves, and not just because he crashed Shudder on his debut. JB is like the King Arthur of trash cinema ... and our king had returned. I was glued each week and was inspired to make a lot of silly art that was shared online. Mecha Ernie. Fake comic book covers. A model kit for Darcy the Mail Girl. During its last week, when we were all left guessing about the titles of the final two films of the season, I made this piece of art. (I prefer the term "creative vandalism," but whatever.) It's modeled on newspaper movie listings from the 1980s, when most of the films shown during the first season of The Last Drive-In were made. The piece was "finished" before the last episode aired so a giant "?" was left in the final box. I decided to return to this piece and finish it ... and maybe make a few improvements in the process.
Printed on 11X17 glossy, text-weight paper.
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