Category Archives: Comics

MoCCA Fest 2012 – The Video!

The following video has gotten some praise and heads up from individuals involved in it and now I share it officially on my website. I’m betting some might be curious of the musical loop I invented for this. Well, I personally titled … Continue reading

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An Exquisite Corpse Sketch Collection

  At this year’s (2012) MoCCA Fest on top of the books I got and the footage I shot (coming very soon) I also came up with a fun sketchbook concept of an Exquisite Corpse.  I knew a concept like this meant … Continue reading

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The Unkillable Charlie Hardie

Car chases, attempted murder, mansions on the hill, underground prisons, psychopaths, agents, directors, actors, cops, criminals, lawyers, big whigs, buxom babes, nudity, sex, drugs, death, destruction… sounds like a regular day in Hollywood doesn’t it? At least the Hollywood of … Continue reading

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Ranting on DC’s New 52, plus what comics should be (for me)

I’d made a decision with DC’s New 52 to take advantage of thinking of it as a jumping off point. A perfect opportunity to start ordering less comics and focus my financial energies elsewhere. This was not a boycott or … Continue reading

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Pop-Culture Spectrum History and Today: Ian Brill

A long long time ago in an internet far far away which had nothing to do with Star Wars this website existed in a different incarnation.  I did exhaustive HTML, created original logos and that jazz.  I even published the … Continue reading

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The Oz Historian

One of the cooler comics that I’ve been getting was published by SLG/Amaze Ink, Dan Vado’s company. It was called The Royal Historian of Oz and it was written by Tommy Kovac who had previously written the fantastic Wonderland story … Continue reading

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Armchair Comics Editing in 2011

In 2006, Dean Trippe did what all of us comic fans do occasionally, armchair editing. It’s much like armchair booking for wrestling. I had decided to really go the armchair route though. In armchair booking for wrestling you don’t just … Continue reading

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MoccaFEST 2010 Portraits

See More At My MoccaFEST 2010 Portraits.

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Bob Fingerman’s “From the Ashes”

YouTube – Bob Fingerman’s “From the Ashes” Commercial. Bob Fingerman has been for a long time one of my favorite writers and artists in the world of comics.  With the release of his novel “Bottomfeeder” he also became one of … Continue reading

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Radioactive Pedicab!

Rickshaw Spiderman NYC on Flickr This was shot and shared by Flickr friend, dedbeats.  It’s an excellent video and really funny too.  Click on over.

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