OK, now maybe I'm crazy, but bear with me here. While I was talking with a Vertigo editor at MoCCA this morning, many tantalizing hints were dropped regarding what sounds like a major new title to be announced next month in San Diego. The unnamed title is to be a new ongoing monthly and hints dropped included that the writer is an ol
If I had to sum up my second day at MoCCA in one word, it would be "porn." Not that I saw any actual pornography--I wish--or that much of my time wasn't still spent walking the floor, meeting artists and exhibitors and again spending way beyond my means on new comics. It's just that the majority of my recollections keep returning
Day one of the sixth annual Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art festival (MoCCA) in NYC was great fun, with a significantly increased amount of exhibitor space than I recall from past years -- including a swank "skylight" room on the 7th floor of the Puck building
Props go to John (and Robert A. Heinlein) for lending me the title of this post, for today was my first foray into the world of Indie comics as I traversed through MoCCA 2007. As a relative newcomer to comics, my experience thus far has kept me in the
If you're making the pilgrimage to New York to attend this weekend's Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) Art Festival at the Puck Building (the Comics Alliance will be hanging around, taking names), I envy you as you'll be exposed to some of the best and most interesting cartoonists working in the alternative realm, like my friend, special guest and newest, coolest Dad, Jeffrey Brown.