it changed a lot of things. then it ended.

If you're interested in underground culture, music, and politics from the mid-1990s to the late-2000s, though, it's probably worth looking at. We spent 80 issues over 13 years covering the hell out of it. You can still see what we did a few ways:

We published a book of interviews, We Owe You Nothing: Punk Planet, the collected interviews in 2001 and updated it in 2008. It is available at finer bookstores and online at less-finer bookstores. It is even available for your e-reader, if you do that kind of thing.

Your best bet in tracking down issues of Punk Planet is through our friends at Quimbys (they have more issues than are listed on their site, so if you're looking for something specific, give them a call).

Issues also randomly pop up on Ebay, though a lot of the sellers overcharge.

A full run of all 80 issues of Punk Planet is held in the collections of the Library of Congress, the Newberry Library, and the Experience Music Project.

Here's a nice thing our friends at the AV Club wrote, when things came to an end.

We hope you are kicking ass.