Mike Haeg

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Mike Haeg, better known as [[Mr. Mike]], is a cartoonist, prankster, and graphic designer based in Minneapolis, MN and Olympia, WA. Throughout the 1990's, Haeg published zines and mini-comics, including: [[Rump]], [[Sauce]], [[Ye Olde Stinkhammer Press]], [[Popular Time Bomb]], [[Where Crusties Smell]], and [[The Bulkhead]]. His artwork has also appeared in [[Cake Magazine]], on records and CDs (e.g., The Jawbreaker / Crimpshrine split 7"), and in the book "Route 666: On the Road to Nirvana" by Gina Arnold (who reprinted one of Mr. Mike's concert flyers without his permission).  
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'''Mike Haeg''', better known as [[Mr. Mike]], is a cartoonist, prankster, and graphic designer based in Minneapolis, MN and Olympia, WA.  
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In 1991, Mike Haeg's cartoons were featured in the "Misfit Lit" exhibition at Artifex Alternative Arts, together with works by Julie Doucet, Los. Bros Hernandez, and Dan Clowes.  
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Throughout the 1990's, Haeg published zines and [[Minicomic|mini-comic]]s, including: [[Rump]], [[Sauce]], [[Ye Olde Stinkhammer Press]], [[Popular Time Bomb]], [[Dusty the Crustie]], and [[The Bulkhead]]. His artwork has also appeared in [[Cake Magazine]], on records and CDs (e.g., The Jawbreaker / Crimpshrine split 7"), and in the book ''Route 666: On the Road to Nirvana'' by Gina Arnold (who reprinted one of Mr. Mike's concert flyers without his permission).  
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Haeg has collaborated with other underground cartoonists, including: John Porcellino from [[King Cat Comics]], and Zak Sally, creator of [[The Recidivist]] and [[Sammy the Mouse]].
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In 1991, Mike Haeg's cartoons were featured in the ''Misfit Lit'' exhibition at Artifex Alternative Arts, together with comics by [[Julie Doucet]] (''Dirty Plotte''), Los Bros. Hernandez (''Love and Rockets''), and Dan Clowes (''Eightball'').
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Haeg has collaborated with other underground cartoonists, including [[John Porcellino]] from [[King-Cat Comics and Stories]], and [[Zak Sally]], creator of [[The Recidivist]] and [[Sammy the Mouse]].
Mike Haeg is currently the Mayor of Mount Holly, MN, a city-within-a-city, with four legal residents.  
Mike Haeg is currently the Mayor of Mount Holly, MN, a city-within-a-city, with four legal residents.  
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==Zines==
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*[[The Bulkhead]]
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*[[Dusty the Crustie]]
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*[[Popular Time Bomb]]
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*[[Rump]]
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*[[Sauce]]
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*[[Ye Olde Stinkhammer Press]]
==External Links==
==External Links==
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Mike Haeg, better known as Mr. Mike, is a cartoonist, prankster, and graphic designer based in Minneapolis, MN and Olympia, WA.

Throughout the 1990's, Haeg published zines and mini-comics, including: Rump, Sauce, Ye Olde Stinkhammer Press, Popular Time Bomb, Dusty the Crustie, and The Bulkhead. His artwork has also appeared in Cake Magazine, on records and CDs (e.g., The Jawbreaker / Crimpshrine split 7"), and in the book Route 666: On the Road to Nirvana by Gina Arnold (who reprinted one of Mr. Mike's concert flyers without his permission).

In 1991, Mike Haeg's cartoons were featured in the Misfit Lit exhibition at Artifex Alternative Arts, together with comics by Julie Doucet (Dirty Plotte), Los Bros. Hernandez (Love and Rockets), and Dan Clowes (Eightball).

Haeg has collaborated with other underground cartoonists, including John Porcellino from King-Cat Comics and Stories, and Zak Sally, creator of The Recidivist and Sammy the Mouse.

Mike Haeg is currently the Mayor of Mount Holly, MN, a city-within-a-city, with four legal residents.

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