Hello, Broke-Ass readers! On Round 1, we covered one of the biggest draws of New York Comic Con: Cosplay. This round, we’re gonna take you into the world of yet another huge draw at NYCC every year: Celebrities. Each & every year, NYCC is packed to the brim with celebrities
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.
Probably not a beginner’s flipbook, but whatevs. I don’t usually post about events happening in Oakland because I don’t like to think about places that are not San Francisco. It’s almost like if I don’t think about them, they don’t exist, so if there’s ever some kind huge disaster, like
Middle school and early high school were the days before Adult Swim, high speed internet and Ren & Stimpy on DVD (well, DVDs in general), there were very few outlets to find new inappropriate cartoons. Sure, there was Duckman and Beavis and Butthead on the air, but they were hard
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spiritâ€¦probably not.
Like Comics? Like Animation? Live in Brooklyn? KingCon is where you need to be this weekend! Today and Sunday, head down to Kings County to the Brooklyn Lyceum, a century-old NYC Public Bath house turned event and performance space, and soak in the creative juices of Brooklyn’s finest. There will