I am no longer on face book (if anyone misses me). No social media is perfect, but fb was becoming particularly troubling. Thus, I hope to be posting here more often where absolutely nobody will be seeing my ramblings! Ha! I laugh…but that is basically true.
On to the main point of this post though! I wanted to announce and show off a preview of the 5th issue of Rabbit Who Fights! Rabbit Who Fights is my one man Anthology which is basically published once a year. This issue has a wrap around cover and TWO Disciples 12 stories along with some humorous cartoons as always.
The book is at the printer now, but will premier at MoCCA…unless the Coronavirus blows up and causes all large gatherings to be cancelled.
If you can’t get to MoCCA, it will be on sale at various stores that I will post about at a later date. It will also be on sale (along with my other books) on my Gumroad site!
Wash your hands, don’t touch the hand holds on the subway
and enjoy the brief preview below! See my updates
on Instagram! (owned by fb…. I know… : (
Wrap around cover
I will be there.
I will have the NEW fourth issue of my one man anthology Rabbit Who Fights along with a few copies of issues 1-3.
I also made a mini comic, “6000 Years Ago” just for fun and
so that people have something they can buy for a quarter!
Stickers! People seem to like stickers. So I’m testing the waters.
I made one for kids, based on my kids work. Plus, I made one for…anyone who likes monsters and the more adult work in
my anthology Rabbit Who Fights.
Hope to see some of you there! Find me at table E-172
MoCCA Arts Festival NYC’s largest indie comics and cartoon art event! April 6th from 11AM-7PM & April 7th from 11AM-6PM (636 W. 46th St.)
The new issue of my one man anthology, Rabbit Who Fights is on sale at Gumroad! If you live in the NYC area, I will also be selling copies at MoCCA this weekend April 7-8 at table A-104. The 2018 MoCCA Arts Festival will take place April 7-8th, 2018 at Metropolitan West in New York City with programming mere steps away at Ink48 (653 11th Ave).
For various work, life and visiting relative reasons, my presence at
MoCCA will be iffy at best. Or I will be there all day Sunday. Not sure really.
BUT, I do have some work in the new issue of Rabid Rabbit which will premier
at MoCCA and Stumptown. The theme of this issue is “Romance” and contains
work by many talented people. You can read more about the anthology here.
And below is a peek of what I done did: