Latest issue of tattoo magazine features cover stories on, in summary, man's ruin.
Paramus, NJ-Rebel Ink Magazine, in its third issue, brings another slew of inked and edgy artists and celebrities to the streets. The phrase, "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas," is ignored as Rebel Ink Magazine spreads the 2009 Viva Las Vegas tat-fest nationwide. Modern day American bad asses conquer the glossy pages in whatever fashion they want.
This issue features former adult movie star and recent resident of federal prison, Janine Lindemulder. Her alluring pose and hot, tatted body portraying "Man's Ruin" on the cover entices buyers to pick her up and look inside-especially considering the pinup poster provided within the pages. Rebel Ink Magazine was able to get an exclusive interview with Janine Lindemulder before her incarceration for willful failure to pay federal income tax charges.
Since Rebel Ink Magazine's emergence on the stands, the publication has relentlessly scoured the depths of the underground to find the scourge of mainstream society and shove dissident lifestyles in its face. As Mark Zupan tackles opponents in a wheelchair for a rugby ball and BMX rider, Rick Thorne, jumps over fear with plates in his face and screws in his head, this issue does not hold back on surfacing sub-cultural existences.
Every issue of Rebel Ink Magazine offers readers detailed bios on groundbreaking, limit pushing shops, such as High Class Tattoo and Club Tattoo, on the growing body modification scene. Pages of photographs showcasing their artwork accompany interviews and essays on these shops.
Of course, an issue would be lacking if it did not include those typically known to embody the rebel spirit: rockers. Pages, taken from the Warped Tour, are devoted to the musicians and fans of a variety of fast and hard music, known as punk. Frontman Zach Myers of Shinedown reveals his number one addiction. If you have not guessed it yet, the answer is tattoos. Furthermore, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park and partner of Club Tattoo discusses his new shop in Vegas, his tattoos and side project, Dead by Sunrise.
Each release of the magazine brings fans a unique look at their favorite inked celebrities and personalities from the worlds of entertainment and sports.
Rebel Ink Magazine is available wherever magazines are sold, and in major distribution chains across the country, including Barnes & Noble and Walmart.
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