Gabe Fowler is the owner of this shop and I hope it never ever closes. It’s a comics, zine or straight-up hand made products store in Brooklyn and I’m so happy to be able to go there on occasion and get my fix.
I’ve been working on an MS Paint comic called The Squid and can now share Chapter One with you for free online. The story follows the mishap adventures of a Japanese gang member who falls into foul play due to agreeing to be a consultant on the set of a 1980s film production and is subsequently dumped […]
I caught sight of something online and it shot me back to one of the first comics I ever saw: Kamandi 1972-1974. I had completely forgotten about this comic story. It’s written, drawn and edited for DC Comics by Jack Kirby (whaaaaat?!) DC Comics put out a handsome first volume and all I want to do is lay in bed, read Kamandi, and eat ice cream.
When my girlfriend first showed me this cartoon I thought something was happening to my body that was going to end badly. Superjail is so savage, funny, and well done, that I don’t know what to do with myself. I was talking to a friend at MoCCA Fest last week and he said his wife […]
There’s something sad about this band knowing that the lead singer, Michael Hutchence, died in a hotel room. But I can’t get enough of them in the morning as I prepare to go to work. New Sensation and Lavazza is all I need.
Whenever I’ve had enough of the odd behavior that surfaces due to people being crammed on a train in New York, I check out Subway Douchery and start feeling better as I laugh along with the administrators of this site. It’s just something every New Yorker can relate to because, sometimes, the subway is a freak show.