"Hungry for Death: Destroy All Monsters" fills Boston University Art Gallery (855 Comm Ave, Boston, through December 22) with hundreds of fliers, banners, photos, 'zines, Mad magazine collections, toy dragons, monster magazines, thrift-store finds, movie promotional photos, religious cards, and femme-fatale pin-ups. 

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It's hung like a teen's bedroom or an awesome used-record shop, without chronology or explanation. The history (Kelley and Shaw became LA art stars) is a muddle, but you can feel their ecstasy in carving out a geeky, trashy, sort of half-assed, DIY, creature double feature place they could call home.

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