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FREE COMIC BOOK DAY PHOTOCOMIC “THE PERFECT WOMAN” BY SETH KUSHNER

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SCHMUCK 17: Discotheque

by Seth Kushner

  “SCHMUCK has a heart underneath its gritty crude input from main character Adam Kessler’s friends, a belief that love will find you in the end.”– Hannah Means Shannon, The Beat “While SCHMUCK is packed with humorous anecdotes I feel that the relate-ability of this book is the most powerful aspect of it.” – Justin […]

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SCHMUCK 16: There’s Nothing To Say

by Seth Kushner

Omar Angulo is an illustrator, designer and noise maker documentarian. His art is a graphic combination of mark making, music, comics, film and design. Since the 1990’s he has collaborated with artists, labels, and promoters to create album art, custom packaging for punk rock and experimental music labels, and limited edition collectible art and merchandise. […]

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Haspiel, Kushner & Benton launch HANG DAI Editions

by Seth Kushner

HANG DAI Editions was founded in Brooklyn, NY by Gregory Benton, Dean Haspiel, and Seth Kushner over their mutual dedication to comix art. The imprint focuses on limited edition comix, graphic novels, and art books, with an emphasis on personal interaction at events, conventions, and signings. The three principals each have long histories with traditional […]

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SCHMUCK 15: RAISING THE BAR

by Seth Kushner

Nick Bertozzi is the Harvey Award and Ignatz Award-winning author of LEWIS & CLARK (First Second) and THE SALON (St Martin’s Press), a graphic novel about Picasso and magical absinthe, and the upcoming SHACKLETON (First Second). He has collaborated with Jason Lutes on the cartoon-biography HOUDINI: THE HANDCUFF KING (Hyperion), and with Boaz Yakin on […]

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SCHMUCK 14: SIZE 11

by Seth Kushner

Nathan Schreiber left the fashion industry in 2008 to focus on comics full time. His comic Power Out won a 2009 Xeric award and has been nominated for an Eisner and multiple Harvey awards. In 2012 he illustrated the New York Time’s bestseller Health Care Reform: What It Is, Why It’s Necessary, and How It […]

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Haspiel & Kushner at Baltimore Comic-Con

by Seth Kushner

Dean Haspiel and Seth Kushner will be at Baltimore Comic-Con on Sat & Sun, Sept. 7-8 at the Baltimore Convention Center.  They’ll be tabling with cartoonists Reilly Brown and Christa Cassano at table 2207.  Come on by and get our new comix! Additionally, Dean Haspiel will be appearing on the following panel: Saturday, September 7 […]

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BROOKLYN FEAST

by Seth Kushner

New York’s most famous Italian Feast is surely San Gennaro in little Italy, but if you’ve ever pushed through the massive crowds to try to grab a sausage and pepper hero, you know it’s a tourist trap. Less famous and more “authentic” is Bensonhurst Brooklyn’s 18th Avenue Feast, AKA The Fest of Santa Rosalia, which […]

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Wrestling With Big Fat Freddy

by Seth Kushner

When I was in junior high, I was obsessed with professional wrestling.  I was finally interested in something the “cool” kids were into, but casual interest has never been my way, so I became a “wrestling nerd.” While the well-adjusted were content to simply watch wrestling on Saturday morning TV, I had to subscribe to […]

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COMPLEX: LOVE_UNDERSCORES_YOU

by Seth Kushner

“COMPLEX: Love_Underscores_You” Written by Seth Kushner, Chris Miskiewicz & Dean Haspiel Photocomix by Seth Kushner Featuring Katelan Foisy & Chris Miskiewicz “COMPLEX” was an idea I had a few years ago.  I liked the notion of a sort of futuristic sci-fi soap opera about four distinctive and lonely characters whose lives intersect.  I wanted to […]

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MY BROOKLYN

by Seth Kushner

Brooklyn–A thriving mecca of 2 million people, which would be the fourth largest city in America, if it wasn’t designated simply a “borough.” I grew up in the Sheepshead Bay, a middle-class, mostly white area of South Brooklyn, which is neither urban nor suburban, but something in-between.  Our two-family attached home, with the front lawn, […]

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“IN THEIR OWN WORDS” A Gallery of Works by Nathan Bond

by Seth Kushner

Nathan Bond is using this Kickstarter to raise funds to produce and host an exhibition of his latest body of work – a series of large-scale oil-painted portraits entitled “In Their Own Words.” The exhibition will take place here in New York City in mid September, 2013. One of the main goals of this exhibition […]

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