Category: cartoon

Next Weekend! New York Comic Con 2010!

Before I forget, letting everyone know that I will have a table at the New York Comic Con 2010. The New York Comic Con or NYCC 2010, will be held Oct. 8 -10 at The Jacob Javits Center, 655 West 34th Street. Just find my table, T14, in the Artist Alley section. http://www.newyorkcomiccon.com/en/NYCC/Artist-Alley/

Costumes Story In IF-X Halloween Issue

The four page story “Costumes,” is now available in the latest issue of IF-X. “Costumes” is a short Halloween themed story written by Patrick McEvoy, and drawn by yours truly, Michele Witchipoo. Here’s a panel from the “Costumes” story: You can order your own issue from this site: http://idea-men.us/if-x.html or http://idea-men.us/if18_gallery.html Don’t wait to get…

Last Ice Cream Parlor Standing

I would’ve posted this blog right after Labor Day, but life got in the way. Back in August, I did the last of the pilgrimages to summer treats. The last pilgrimage would take us to Jackson Heights, Queens. Home of the last ice cream parlor standing. Jahn’s was a pretty successful ice cream chain back…

Do I Have To Kiss Babies Too? Vote For Me, CAG/Haller Awards.

Last week I mentioned that I was nominated for three CAG/Haller awards. Best Artist, Best Cartoonist, Best Webcomic. I thought the elections were private. However, it looks as if voting is open to the public at large. Well, if that’s the case, then you can vote for me by clicking on these links: http://www.pollpub.com/best-webcomic.aspx http://www.pollpub.com/best-artist.aspx…

Eddie’s Sweet Shop

If walking into a time warp is your idea of a good time, maybe you might want to check out this place out. Eddie’s Sweet Shop, located in Forest Hills, Queens. Looked pretty retro alright. Had that old soda fountain shop kinda appeal. Since it was a hot summer evening, the place was packed. Taking…

Wait Until Your Father Gets Home

Don’t know why or how this popped into my head today. Thought about this animated television series from the early 1970s. Slightly similar to ‘All In The Family,’ it dealt with the social issues of its time. It was titled ‘Wait Until Your Father Gets Home.’ The Hanna Barbera studio was behind this sitcom. Television…