Sean Tejaratchi is an American graphic designer, art director and writer.
He is currently based in Los Angeles, but cut his teeth working on alt-weeklies in Portland, Oregon in the 90s.
Sean is known for creating the clip art zine Crap Hound, and was voted one of "The 25 Funniest People on Twitter" by Rolling Stone in 2012. He also is known for the blog LiarTownUSA that defined what a modern satirist is in the early 2000s.
Crap Hound No. 4 had 80 pages when it was first published in 1996.
The 2010 reprint maxed out at 100 pages, the upper limit allowed by the saddle- stitch (stapled) binding method at the printer.
For a few years, this issue came with a 20-page addendum containing additional imagery I’d collected after publication.
These pages are now in the Collected Extras & Black Cat Mini-Issue, listed in the back.
If you’re looking for even more of these topics, there are 14 additional pages in the Additions 2020 issue (along with previously unpublished material from other previously covered topics).