There are some busy weeks for me ahead. Mostly because of the New York Comic Con, October 8-10. As I mentioned last week, I will share a Small Press Box with some friends from Act-I-vate. You will find us in booth 551 all day long: Kevin Kobasic will promote his new book Beanbots and Rami Efal will have […]
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The New York Comic Con is coming up early October, and you will find me in booth 551 signing The End is Here. I will also sell some original POLE artwork, like the strip above. Feel free to come by and say hello. More infos soon.
The Brooklyn Artists Gym is presenting the exhibition “Close Up”, a group show including two awesome paintings by my wife Ilona Kahl. Opening reception will be on Friday, September 10, 6 – 10 pm. The show will be on view through September 20. For directions, please click here. See you there!
Last week, I was walking through the neighborhood and came over a box full of free books. I found the book “The Poles” by Willy Ley, a Time Life book printed in 1962, years before I was born. In chapter 8 “The Great Antarctic Laboratory”, on pages 170 and 171, I discovered the following: “(…) The scientists are also […]
Two things this week: First of all, my friend and Act-I-vate mastermind Dean Haspiel won an Emmy Award. For real. Congratulations, Dean! Also: Gary Dunaier shot some photos at the MoCCA event a couple of weeks ago. He was so nice to allow me to post some of them here. Thank you, Gary! Ruben […]
Thanks to everybody who joined me at the MoCCA last week – on the panel and in front of it!!! It was a nice crowd for mid August and the panel went well. We could have discussed the topic (see my post from last week) for hours and hours … Anyway: If you had […]
Tonight is our panel at the MoCCA in NYC. Again, the line up is great, but we had a little change: Rina Piccolo, Tony Murphy, Kevin Kobasic and Bill Roundy will be there as announced, but Leroy Brown had to cancel last minute. But then, we could convince Ruben Bolling (Tom the dancing Bug) to pinch hit for Leroy. […]
The traditional comic strip in the daily paper may have been your first comic experience ever. The strip may still be around somehow, somewhere, but what about your newspaper? More and more newspapers are in financial trouble. Some have been forced to shut down completely, while others have gone digital. What does this mean […]