Vol. 3, Issue 21
“Both Thompson and Steadman become willing participants in the debauchery that ensued. Steadman’s frenetic drawings scream out like rotoscoped Goya canvases and give a sense of the depravity swirling around them. By the end of trip, he was left physically shaking and asking for water.
‘It’s the only thing they have that’s fit for human consumption,’ he pleaded.”
-Michael Ward, “Decadence and Depravity at 50: Revisiting Hunter S. Thompson’s Gonzo”