"The Legend is in Trouble" (2001)

"The Legend is in Trouble," 2001
Mixed media on canvas, 104 x 120 1/2 inches
Collection Kenneth Freed, Boston, Massachusetts
Courtesy James Cohan Gallery, New York and Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas

"I had been able to see death edging toward The Legend for almost a year but was powerless to stop it. Ultimately, The Legend succumbed due to injuries sustained during an attack by a band of vicious Vegan rebels. No amount of wobbling could have stopped these guys. They wanted it too bad. I guess our last hope would have been Torpedoboy but, by the time he got there, The Legend was leaking moundmeat in about sixty-two places."

- Trenton Doyle Hancock

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