By Kelly O’Grady A wise person once said “Write what you know” well, I know dive-bars. I’ve spent many afternoons in a bar doodling and listening to people. These are those comics of the various conversations I’ve overheard. the first comic I drew about bars. what is the drinking age
A comic strip about the most annoying barista in the world, by San Francisco illustrator Kelly O’Grady
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Death Guild began in 1993 at a venue called The Pit, currently AsiaSF (definitely not as spooky sounding). It is one of the longest running industrial/goth nights in the United States.
By Kelly O’Grady It was like any other day, my friend Jacob and I were day drunk on cheap scotch and on our way to go theatre hopping at the multiplex; we were having a grand ol’ time talking about Star Trek and shit like that. Suddenly the drone
An Elf from Santa’s Photo Hut tells all. The behind the scenes view of Mr. and Mrs. Clause, at the mall.
By Kelly O’Grady It was midnight and I was being patted down for weapons outside a nondescript warehouse in Hayward. I was about to enter the gritty underworld of the Bay Area Pog fight scene. Once inside I saw a circle drawn in chalk at the center of the floor
There I was, like any other day riding public transportation, I was on my way to the comic book store and I was really in a great mood; As I read my fantasy novel a dark shadow fell on me, “Can I sit next to you”
By Charles Duggery I have a lot of things in common with English chef Gordon Ramsay, none of which including his culinary skill; I am very angry, I use foul language and I’m very critical of others; the similarities end there. My mother didn’t cook at all when I was