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KRASH

May 2019

The World's Coolest Boys' Magazine!

Pays:
Australia
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Nuclear Enterprises Pty Ltd
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krash

Editor: Ash Krash krash@nuclear.com.au Art Director: Luke Shaddock lshaddock@nuclear.com.au Gamesta!: Chris Stead krash@nuclear.com.au Editorial Consultant: Jackson Downs krash@nuclear.com.au Contributors: Leesa Smith, Shane Conroy, Bill Vee, Kylie Davis. Advertising enquiries: sales@nuclear.com.au Managing Director: Michael Downs Printed by: PMP Print Distributed in Australia / NZ by: Gordon & Gotch All copyright reserved by Nuclear Enterprises Pty Ltd Trading as Nuclear Media PO Box 230, Double Bay NSW 1360 +612-9363-1464 …

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speak up

Hurry up KRASH Heads! Send us your best emails and drawings NOW! We love getting drawings from you guys. We always do our best to publish as many as possible! Shoot ‘em through to krash@nuclear.com.au or write us a letter to PO Box 230, Double Bay NSW 1360. TO KRASH, your I love number your mag 1fan . I . am I don’t care what other people say. My favourite sections are WWE, Speak Up, Shame Shack, Calender, Skating, Puzzles, KRASH Klash, Rib Ticklers and Trading Places. I always get your mag the first day it comes out. Want to hear a joke? Q: Why do sharks live in saltwater? A: Because pepper water makes them sneeze. Spencer FROM JULIAN G’DAY KRASH, name my is Eddy, but…

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win spider-man

CHECK OUT THE ACADEMY AWARD-WINNING ANIMATED CLASSIC AT HOME! Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind The LEGO Movie and 21 Jump Street, bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe,  with a groundbreaking visual style that’s the first of its kind. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask. OWN SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE ON DIGITAL, BLU-RAY AND DVD NOW! BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVE FEATURES • Alternate Universe Mode: Discover alternate scenes, plotlines, characters and more with the filmmakers as your guide• We Are Spider-Man• Spider-Verse: A New Dimension• Designing Cinematic Comics Characters ENTER TO WIN To celebrate the home release of…

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win awesome prizes

Hey KRASH Heads! You can enter KRASH comps TWO ways! Through snail mail AND through www.krash.com.au - giving you even more ways to win! Too easy! The comps are scattered through the mag. Go find ‘em – then come back here for deets on how to enter! FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN SIMPLY TELL US IN 25 WORDS OR LESS WHY YOU NEED TO WIN THAT PRIZE (PRIZES LISTED BELOW). GOOD LUCK, KRASH HEADS! Competitions open 1 April 2019 and close 31 May 2019 unless otherwise stated on promotion. Chance plays no part in determining the winners. For full terms and conditions go to www.krash.com.au/terms.html SNAIL MAIL Send in your entry with your age, name and address to [PRIZE NAME], PO Box…

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pencil guitar

A YouTuber has used 1,200 coloured pencils to build a working electric guitar in the style of a Fender Stratocaster. Burls Art claimed he was “more than satisfied with how it turned out” and posted a video showing the process onto YouTube that has received over 16 million views. The fully functional instrument cost a mere $120 as the artist owned some existing parts which otherwise would have cost an additional $150. Spending two to four hours a day working on the project, Burls Art created the guitar by cutting the pencils in half to create a flat, colourful edge and placing them into a box. The pencils were then glued together with epoxy resin, sanded down and cut into the shape of a guitar from a template. Completing…

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world’s oldest woman

A 116-year-old Japanese woman has officially been recognised as the oldest living person in the world by the Guinness World Records. Kane Tanaka lives in Fukuoka, a southwest city in Japan, and was born on January 2, 1903. Recently honoured by Guinness World Records, Tanaka’s family, along with the city mayor, attended the celebration. The previous world record holder was another Japanese woman, named Chiyo Miyako, who passed away at the age of 117. Tanaka revealed that she enjoys playing board games and studying mathematics. The oldest person in the world ever documented was Jeanne Louise Calment, a French woman who, according to Guinness World Records, lived until the impressive age of 122.…

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