Monthly Archives: September 2011

Comics Underground: SUCCESS.

So I’m going to go ahead and call last night a rousing success. Huge thanks to everybody who came out and to everybody who read/performed.

We’ll do it again. Say, Thursday, November 17? Put it in your iCals. Stay tuned for details.

—Erik

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COMICS! LIVE! TONIGHT! SOLD OUT!*

So, yesterday? Not comics’ finest hour. And yet, as Adam Rosko tweeted yesterday afternoon:

Yeah. That. And I should know: For the past few hours, I’ve been putting the final touches on this edition of Comics Underground, and I’m excited—these creators are highlighting some fantastic work, from Tally’s charming-as-hell real-life stories to Jamie, Joëlle, and Nico’s ridiculous teen-witch shenanigans, to Greg’s surprisingly affecting Captain America short, to Kelly Sue’s sweet, funny look at youth and parenthood. I can’t wait to see how each of these creators are going to present their stories onstage, and I can’t wait to experience these stories with a crowd, and in other words? I’m already feeling pretty great about comics, and Comics Underground is still like 17 hours away.

Tonight will be fun. See you there.

—Erik

*Not actually sold out.**

**Yet.***

***Fine. It can’t even sell out. It’s free.

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Welcome to the Comics Underground Website!

HOLY CRAP HERE IT IS. It is incredibly basic at the moment. Or “spartan,” if you’d rather. Yeah. Spartan sounds more professional, huh. Yeah. Let’s go with that.

Anyway, all the important stuff should be here. We’ll get around to posting adorable cat pictures and animated .gifs of running skeletons and rotating marijuana leaves soon enough, though. Have a look around.

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