Win a copy of Mike Force’s, friend of BAS, latest collection of comics, Don’t Shoot Important People – a chronicled collection of his work from 2004-2014. His description of the comic tells us that the book explores “the potential conspiracy behind Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination Mike Force travels to Memphis
One of my good friends used to have Native American braids and dropped out of high school to work in a comic book warehouse for 8 years. He’s since cut the braids, gotten his GED, and went to Berkeley– but my joy for his eccentric comic-obsessed lifestyle is eternal. Another
The Cartoon Art Museum is one of the greatest museums in San Francisco. Where else can you find your favorite comic books, graphic novels, animated characters and more, both past and present? The first “Toonsday” of every calendar month the Cartoon Art Museum holds a “Pay What You Wish” Day.
I remember the first Barbie I decapitated. It was much more difficult to re-capitate her than I expected, but the whole experience made me feel delightfully bad. My sister and I gave our Barbies jagged haircuts, tattoos, and designed outfits for them out of Spider-Man Band-Aids. I’m sure we weren’t
Some people are made for the club scene. They enjoy the dressing up, taking shots at home, traveling with friends to an underground spot, and then dancing and sweating it out for the rest of the evening, letting go of all inhibitions while teasing and attracting other wild and sexy
A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.
COMICS PANEL – Word for Word Series in Bryant Park Sometimes I want to avoid Midtown at all costs. When it is hot, it seems hotter there. When it is humid, it seems that all things stick a little bit better there too. However, us broke-asses can’t always choose where