Friends of the Coven who are in the NYC area, check out Brooklyn Zine Fest this weekend at the Brooklyn Historical Society. This year has double the vendors over the course of two days, with a completely fresh line-up of independent micro-publishers each day.
I will have illustrated pieces in two publications premiering at BZF: I Love Bad Movies (where I talk about the link between J & B blended scotch and giallo cinema) and Thank You for your Cooperation: A RoboCop Fanzine (where I explore the significance of bubblegum in the 1987 classic). I’ll duly update here once copies are available for purchase online.
In order to create a fully-immersive Super Coven experience, I’ve pulled together some songs that you are 100%, absolutely, truly-truly guaranteed to hear if you were to attend a vampyre scene party like the one described in “Dive Bar of the Damned.” Years of anthropological research have led to the creation of this playlist. Enjoy!
OK, friends–just a li’l heads-up: there will be no new Super Coven page on Monday July 29 while I take a short break. Page one of DIVE BAR OF THE DAMNED will be posting on Monday August 5. But don’t fret! I’ve been writing DBotD for months and it promises plentiful bizarritude upon which you shall feast your hapless eyeglobs. Go outside, get some sun (it’s good for you–you look so pale, sweetie), and I’ll catch you on the flip-side!
I’m reaching a pretty significant comics-making milestone–“All Documented, All True,” the first complete Super Coven story, is going to be reaching its conclusion soon. Before launching into the second full story, I’m stoked to announce that I was able to coerce Jack from the D&D/RPG blog Tales of the Grotesque and Dungeonesque to write a mini-story featuring the Super Coven crew. His story, “Whippits and Wizards,” will begin on Monday, June 24. In the meantime, get a taste of his creative vision by checking out his blog.