Month: March 2011

Just Don’t Call Her Liz

My parents were very much into the “golden age” of movie stars. While I was growing up, my father would buy books on all the classic film stars. In fact, there was only two subjects that my father would read up on, other than the local newspaper: classic movie stars and World War II. One…

Welcome To My Nightmare V Photos

Last night was of course, the Welcome To My Nightmare V event. If you’ve been following this blog, you might be sick of seeing the flier posted every other day. Here’s some of the photos from last night: There were some bands that I couldn’t take photos of, because it was getting crowded. All in…

Winning – Psycho Bunny Style!

Charlie Sheen isn’t the only one “winning.” Here’s Psycho Bunny: This Saturday is the Welcome To My Nightmare V show, in Brooklyn Next month, Saturday and Sunday April 9 & 10th, MoCCA Art Fest 2011.

What Psycho Bunny And Charlie Sheen Have In Common…

Haven’t done a Psycho Bunny story in quite some time. Hopefully I’ll have a mini-issue ready for the Welcome To My Nightmare V show this upcoming Saturday. If not, then perhaps MoCCA Art Fest 2011 (Happening April 9-10). Until then, here’s a short Psycho Bunny story. This one is slightly different, I colored the page…

Gemini Has Japan On Its Mind

Originally created this when I was putting together Babalon Babes issue 4. Otherwise known as the Astrology issue, I drew this around mid-late 2009. After watching news footage of Japan, I remembered this piece. So I’ve posted this up in honor of that country. It’s a mixture of the Thoth (Crowley/Lady Frieda) tarot deck, and…

How Psycho Bunny Feels About Saint Patrick’s Day

Psycho Bunny. Everyone’s favorite alcoholic rabbit. How does he feel about Saint Patrick’s Day? The below pic will tell you: Having said that, look out for the long awaited return of that fuzzy butt loser, Psycho Bunny. A new mini-issue is in the works.

Next Weekend – Welcome To My Nightmare V!

Next weekend – Welcome To My Nightmare V! Saturday March 26th, 2011. All ages, show starting at 8pm, admission $7.00. Seven measly bucks. That’s cheaper than a movie ticket in Manhattan. The Lake is located at 256 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11206. There will be both various bands and artists. See you there!