Tag: underground comics

A Splendor Of A Life

As per usual, deaths of well known persons comes in threes: this time being George Steinbrenner, Tuli Kupferberg and Harvey Pekar. Okay, even if you hate sports, you have some idea on who Steinbrenner was. Kupferburg was a musician, counterculture poet, anti-war activist and cartoonist. Harvey Pekar was the man behind the ‘American Splendor’ comic…

Radio Interview Tomorrow Night – The Phoenix Perspective

Hey Ladies & Germs, just letting you know I’m going to interviewed tomorrow night. It’s going to be a radio interview, on a program called The Phoenix Perspective. Check it out on WVOX.com and WVOX1460am, broadcast at 12:30AM this Saturday. So, you can hear my New York accent live on the airwaves. In the meantime,…

Bronx Heroes Comic Con 2 Recap/Part I

This past Saturday was the second annual Bronx Heroes Comic Con. The free event itself took place at Hostos Community College. Although this comic con was located in The Bronx, in actuality, it really was only two subway stops away from Manhattan’s 125th Street. The Bronx Heroes Comic Con 2 very small compared to last…

MoCCA Art Fest 2010 Trades

One of the cooler things about being an exhibitor at comic cons is the chance to trade with other comic book creators. Here’s three of the trades I did this past weekend during the MoCCA Art Fest 2010 con. Simon Snootle and Other Small Stories by Lorin Morgan-Richards. This gorgeous hand-made book was the first…

MoCCA Art Fest 2010 Pics

Being an exhibitor at the MoCCA Art Fest 2010 turned out to be better than what I had expected. Not only did I get to sell Babalon Babes No. 4 (The Astrology issue), but had fun promoting as well. Here’s a few pics from this past weekend. Here I am. As you can see, my…

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,…

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…