I'm very excited to announce a special event! It's called "All You Need Is Love - Real And True Love Stories In Comic Form!" Get inspired for Valentine's Day with this heart-warming comic reading event! Over the years, I've drawn many Custom Comics, which are real and true love stories for actual couples. The comics tell everything from how they met, to the proposals, and more!
It's not just an event for couples! I'm single, and am fascinated by the random variety of circumstances under which couples have met. At the event, I'll be reading comics featuring people meeting at a tennis match to jury duty. You may even be inspired to ask out that special person you've had your eye on, or to pop the big question in a creative way!
Comics will be projected and read aloud in the beautiful, classy, and mysterious Lovecraft Bar lower lounge.
FREE event plus 1 drink OR food purchase. 21+
Lovecraft has a great menu here: http://www.lovecraftnyc.com/
FREE chocolates while supplies last - get there early ;)
It's this Thursday, February 4th, at the same exact place I was for the comic event last week - Lovecraft Bar! 50 Ave B. Starts at 8pm and should go until 9pm. I'd love to see you there!
Here's the facebook event too!
And by the way, last week's comic show at Lovecraft was pretty fun! A pretty laid back show, so I got to talk to lots of nice people and enjoy some of the music sets!
So my overhead light went out, and the ceiling in my apartment is too high for me to reach, even standing on a high table that we have. So I asked the super if I could borrow a ladder. He's the nicest super I've ever had, and he said he'd bring the ladder and change the bulb himself over the weekend. So I call him and he brings the ladder, unscrews the light fixture, and to our surprise it wasn't a normal light bulb. No, it was some weird-ass double circle halogen fluorescent bulb that you couldn't even replace with regular light bulbs! (sigh) So now I have to go to the hardware store, get a replacement weirdo bulb, call the super again, and have him replace it. It reminds me of the age old joke of "How many people does it take to screw in a light bulb?" In this case, the answer is at least 2, not including the person I'll have to talk to at the hardware store to figure out what exact weirdo bulb will be right, because if I get the exact one it'll be like $20, but the super said I can get a similar one for $4. How the hell did this get so complicated?