September 25th, 2012

First Look: Stuart Holden The Shirtless Super Hero For Howler Magazine

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Photograph by Andrew Hetherington.

Damn it must feel good to be Karalyn West.

ICYMI: Howler Magazine is a brand new footy mag containing roughly +100 pages of original writing, humour, op-eds plus beautiful illustrations and photography. Emphasis on beautiful photography.

Shameless plug: since the pub’s editor was gracious enough to give you, our lovely and loyal readers, a sneak peek at Stu’s feature from issue one (we’ve been promised “several” more of where the above came from as well), do us a favour and order your copy of Howler Magazine’s first issue now. It might be wise to add a yearly subscription to your Crimbo wish lists, too. Either way, you should buy Howler for the sole purpose of objectifying Stu Holden the Super Hero.

Trust us, Kickettes. We’d never steer you wrong in matters as important and life changing as this.

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8 Responses to “First Look: Stuart Holden The Shirtless Super Hero For Howler Magazine”

  1. S.P.D says:

    G luck,

    The Official page (SOCCER PRACTICE DRILLS)

    For supporting soccer players all over the world, gives you all the TOOLS and the best products to improve your skills (mental & physical).

  2. MyShirt says:

    "Nice watch.." lol.

  3. April says:

    Stuey! Come back. It's been about a year and a half since we saw you running about the pitch. :( Team USA wants and needs you (unless Klinsmann is a jerk and doesn't)!

  4. Jules says:

    My SO got a subscription for me. I asked him to cancel it when I saw their first cover. Seriously offensive, even if they were trying to be ironic.…

    • Dizzy says:

      I'm a subscriber too, courtesy of being one of their kickstarter investors. I'm very interested to see how it turns out and hoping it holds my attention. There are a couple of high-end-ish football blogs that promote really shitty art, t-shirt design, etc (and some good stuff) just on the basis of excitement as in OMG an intersection of football and art actually existing in the US. I'm hoping for/expecting more quality journalism, less dodgy hipster creativity. We shall see soon enough anyway.

      If you don't want to subscribe to Howler, The Blizzard is a really good, worldly, intelligent football periodical worth checking out.

  5. tammyv says:

    I LOVE, ADORE, WANT TO HURT THE IDIOTS WHO KEEP BREAKING HIM, Stu but sexy that kid is not… he is an adorable pocket person

  6. Dizzy says:

    Hmmm …. hairless doesn't do it for me. He looks about 14 years old. Nice watch though!