Submission number one for the Fake the Music Show opening Thursday, May 1.
By the way, before you go naming your band Slash Fiction you might want to google it. It doesn't mean what you think it does.
The Art Directors, a skirt made of vintage sleeping bag material, the scientific name for the Western Lowland Gorilla, and something I don't think anyone even uses anymore. All brought to you by Gord's Clam's* ("freshest clams in Alberta"!) in good old Catheter, AB.
A little something I'm working on, inspired by Iron ChefDōjinshi.
Wikipedia says: "...Dōjinshi...refers to a type of work that uses copyrighted characters presented in sexual situations. It usually refers to printed manga, but can also refer to any type of visual work depicting copyrighted characters, including video games, animation, and CG artwork. Familiarity with a particular character or setting can add a sense of relating to the character over a generic character used in mainstream hentai, making dōjinshi more appealing to fans of a particular work. Despite not representing characters and licensed properties as intended, companies often view these works as a free form of license recognition and advertising through dedicated fandom."
However you define it, what I've got is little comic books with situations in which the various Iron Chefs bring Kaga food and sex. With Iron Chefs. Since I can't read Japanese the subtle points are lost on me, but it's not difficult to figure out what's going on despite the very modest illustrations.
Judging from the drawings, Takeshi Kaga seems to be Japan's answer to William Shatner, a man almost impossible to draw accurately. Here he reveals the ingredient for "Brain Battle". I'm sure the "Delacroix of French cuisine" could make a delicious sauce from these glistening gourds; the man who created cod roe ice cream would not be daunted by this challenge.