Buy The Reprobate: First Transmission

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At long last, our first print edition is here. Officially released to shops on January 9th 2017, it is available to pre-order now, with copies available on December 15th – meaning that you can order in time for Christmas (UK orders only – overseas customers will be subject to the whims of international postage).

The Reprobate is more than just a magazine. It’s a 164, A5 format book, in full colour on slick, high-quality paper. Contained within are a plethora of delights – interviews, retrospectives, career studies and photo spreads on a dazzling variety of subjects – Tom Six, Lord Buckley, Tiny Tim, Fetish Art, White Dolemite, Black Metal Couture, Sex and Death, The Extra Terrestrial Highway, Courtesans, Jeffery-West, Satanic Panic, Christeene, Adrian Street, Whitehouse and much more. With writers and photographers including David Flint, Billy Chainsaw, Nigel Wingrove, Daz Lawrence, Lucy & Gavin Morrow, Bruce Barnard, Keri O’Shea, Gipsie Castiglione and CJ Lines.

A limited edition publication, The Reprobate will be available in specialist bookshops, art galleries, record stores and other elite retailers – or you can buy it directly from us. We encourage the latter! Available post-free for UK customers.

£10.00 UK
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£15.00 International
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Playlist: The Reprobate’s Festive Feast

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Another of our occasional Spotify playlists for you. This time, a surprisingly tasteful* collection of Christmas treats – one for every day from now until Christmas Day.

* If you are very good, we might follow this with a thoroughly tasteless collection of Christmas music.

The Reprobate’s Festive Feast

Gallery: Slavesploitation Novels

One of the more incendiary pulp fiction genres of the 1970s, the ‘slavesploitation’ genre grew out of controversial hits like Drum and Mandingo (not to mention the outrageous Mondo movie Goodbye Uncle Tom) as well as the blaxploitation film, and was essentially a racially-charged, ultra-tasteless version of the ‘bodice-ripper’. This is a genre that is unlikely to be revived any time soon…

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