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This upcoming weekend I will be at MICE Expo 2016 in Cambridge, Massachusetts just outside of Boston. On Oct. 29 and 30th, you can find me at table C99. Admission is free. Hours for MICE are Saturday 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 11 am-5 pm.


Poster for MICE Expo 2016. Artwork by Raul The Third. 

As stated on the Facebook invite: MICE is back on Halloween weekend with independent comics for the masses! Join us for our 7th (and spookiest) annual FREE show featuring over 150 comic creators and special guests from the Boston area beyond. There’s cartooning workshops, panels, and activities for readers and artists of all ages! MICE 2016 is held in University Hall mere steps away from the Porter Square Red line T stop.

I’ll be traveling from NYC to Boston just for this convention. So if you’re in the area, stop on by.



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The website Dangerous Minds, which I’ve been following for years, did an article on the Bowie and Lemmy coloring books. If you scroll down, the article shows the Bowie (Aladdin Sane) piece I had submitted for the book.


You can order your own coloring books here.

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Two of my illustrations have been published by Feral House for their coloring book series. One for David Bowie, and the other for Lemmy Kilmister. Both of these new releases are available for purchase now from the website.

For the Lemmy submission, I including Wendy O Williams from The Plasmatics. Lemmy and Wendy did a duet together, a cover of ‘Stand By Your Man.’ The Bowie one I’ve simply titled ‘Saint Bowie.’


Two of my illustrations have been published by Feral House for their coloring book series. One for David Bowie, one for Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead). Sept. 2016.

I’ve been a fan of Feral House publishing for years. Have quite a number of FH books in my collection. So to get into this book series means a great deal to me. So if you’re a fan of either musicians or rather icons, you might want to get these books.

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This past Saturday was the second annual White Plains comic con. Like last year, this comic con took place inside the White Plains public library, although next year it will move to a different location.

The second annual White Plains comic con had more artists than the previous year, and it’s purpose was the same – to raise awareness for anti-bullying causes. The con had plenty of help from teen volunteers, all who attend a local White Plains high school. Other artists and writers included Jerry Craft, Alitha E. Martinez, Ray Felix, David Quinn, and many others, to be found on the Bronx Heroes comic convention website.

Here’s photos from the past weekend.


My table set-up for the second annual White Plains Comic Con, June 4th, 2016. 


Stay tuned for other comic cons I will be selling my work at, i.e., comics and other items. Details forthcoming.

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On June 4th, 2016, I’ll be at the White Plains Comic Con II. Last year’s White Plains event was packed, so don’t miss out this time. Should also mention that the focus of this comic con, like last year is anti-bullying.


You can get your free tickets here.

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Life is full of surprises. I was in the worst mood yesterday. Out of the blue, someone tagged me in a Facebook comment. A very old issue of Psycho Bunny was seen in this Open Culture article. Below is a screen shot.


Screen shot of an Open Culture Facebook link. Psycho Bunny issue two (2005) was shown in the article. April 2016.

Fellow artist and Facebook friend Norn Cutson had tagged me in a comment, and it was amazing timing.

According to the article, the University of Kansas now has acquired over a 1000 zine titles from a zine library in Lawrence, Kansas.  That’s the same town where William S. Burroughs spent the last ten years of his life. Back in 2006, I was visiting Lawrence trying to find Burrough’s house. If you’re not familiar with Lawrence, Kansas, it’s a small progressive university town. There’s the usual assortment record stores, boutiques, bars, and a venue where I later saw Peaches in concert. It’s a nice little place. Occasionally I would visit Lawrence. It was during these occasional day trips when I came across this small zine library. I donated a few of my self published titles at the time. Never would I thought it would end up in a university archive.

In 2006, it was the same town where I later got a small tattoo of the number 23, in honor of Burroughs.

Funny thing is, looking back on this now, I can see a million and one things wrong with my artwork. For starters, the lines should’ve been bolder. The cover itself still makes me chuckle. I had drawn this after walking around in Long Island City, Queens. My job at the time was located around the Queens Plaza area. There I saw a passed out derelict sprawled out on the sidewalk. The man had urinated in his pants as he slept, holding a bottle. The street hooker was from someone telling me her mother was a drug addict who used to sell her body for drugs in Long Island City. Of course, this was way before the current wave of hyper gentrification in NYC.

My drawing skills have improved massively since then, but for now, you can always read the back issue online.

Read the article here: http://www.openculture.com/2016/04/download-834-radical-zines-from-a-new-online-archive.html

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This weekend. I’ll be at table F219, upstairs at this weekend’s MoCCA Fest 2016. Selling my comics and greeting cards.


Art for MoCCA Fest 2016. Artist: Noelle Stevenson.

Info for directions and admission price can be found here. See you there!

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