Author: Michele Witchipoo

An artist, illustrator and cartoonist from NYC. In addition, former mad mage, lousy bass player, music fanatic, midnight movie rabidness, indie comix cousin, and pop culture connoisseur with a hint of cynicism. As my good friend said: Never judge a cook by his lover, for if you do he might put a roach in yer suppa.

MoCCA Art Fest 2010 This Weekend!

Just letting everyone know that I’ll be at the MoCCA Art Fest 2010. The event will be this weekend, April 10 & 11th. The location will be at the 69th Regiment Armory, 68 Lexington Avenue, NYC. Admission is $12 for one day, $20 for the weekend pass. MoCCA members will be charged $12 for the…

Nightmare Pics

First of all, I apologize in advance. Not many photos were taken of the Welcome To My Nightmare III event. The following two pics were snapped before the show began. At the top right of this photograph, you can see the Sarah Palin illustration, done summer 2008. Originally posted on a Penguin House blog entry,…

Re-Animator (Movie Trailer of The Week, March 29th, 2010)

The 1985 started on a Tuesday, as The Cold Wars continued. The Discovery Channel debuts on cable television. Children and teens played with The Nintendo Entertainment System. On radio we had to hear again…and again…and yet again that annoying charity song “We Are The World.” This was followed by the Live Aid concerts which took…

Other Upcoming Events

In addition to the Nightmare show at Don Pedro’s (90 Manhattan Ave, Williamsburg Brooklyn, Admission $7.00, Starts 8pm) this Saturday, I’ll be at a few more events within the next few months. The first one is the MoCCA Art Fest 2010. Last year it moved from its former home at the Puck Building and moved…

Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens (Movie Trailer of The Week, March 22, 2010)

The year of 1979. It was the end of one decade, with promises of new on the horizon. American children chowed down on McDonald’s Happy Meals while wearing Underoos underneath their clothing. The golden age of Lego’s began around this time. China began its population control with its One Child Policy that year. Meanwhile, over…