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WARNING: Strong language – NSFW

You know you feel the same way too…even if 2017 seems scarier.

Introducing the Psycho Bunny sketch of the week.

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How Psycho Bunny feels about 2016. The Psycho Bunny sketch of the week. Based on the comic written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo, published on WitchesBrewPress. Dec. 2016.

The usual plugs. Don’t forget to like the Psycho Bunny Comix Facebook page. There’s also the WitchesBrewPress FB page for my other illustration work. Till next time.

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Psycho Bunny receives a gift – but he’s a bit ungrateful.

This week’s Psycho Bunny sketch of the week.

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Psycho Bunny is not happy with his gift. Based on the comic written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo, on WitchesBrewPress. Dec. 2016.

There will be one more event where you can purchase my comics, greeting cards and seasonal tree ornaments before the year is over. Details forthcoming.

Don’t forget to like Psycho Bunny on his Facebook page, and for WitchesBrewPress as well. New Psycho Bunny sketch next week!

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Psycho Bunny isn’t having a good month. Now he realizes Thanksgiving is just around the corner. He’s still recovering from November 8th. He hasn’t been dealing very well with the election results. Thus, Psycho Bunny has been handling the news in the only way he knows how.

Introducing the Psycho Bunny sketch of the week.

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The Psycho Bunny sketch of the week for Nov. 21st 2016. Based on the comic written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo.

Next Saturday I will be at Catland Book once again for the second Crimson Hand Comic Arts Festival, December 3rd. Free admission starting at 1 pm. There might be other appearances to close out the year.

Don’t forget to like the two Facebook pages associated: Psycho Bunny Comix and WitchesBrewPress. You can always order comics from the website.

Photos from MICE to be posted soon.

Till next time.

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This just in. I’m going to taking part of this one day comic con in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The location will be at Catland Books.

The Crimson Hand Comic Arts Festival will return on Saturday, Dec. 3rd, 2016, starting at 1:00 pm. I will be selling my own self-published comics, greeting cards and a brand new batch of Krampus holiday ornaments.

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Flyer for the Crimson Hand Comic Arts event at Catland Books Dec. 3rd, 2016. 

Still trying to get back on track. Stay tuned for photos from MICE, and the return of the Psycho Bunny sketch of the week.

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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.

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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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My favorite holiday is Halloween. No surprise there. There’s many reasons why I love Samhain. In this post I’m going to focus on the nostalgic part.

It’s cliche to say this, but really. Children today have absolutely no clue how lucky they are today. The selection of Halloween costumes in today’s age are way more better than the ones I got stuck with growing up. Luckily my mother was creative enough to put together the more homegrown costumes, such as gypsy or witch.

One year she really thought it was cute to dress me up like a street urchin. In short, a bum. Out of all the costumes from my childhood, the bum look was one I truly hated. However, nothing disappointed me more the plastic Ben Cooper costumes brought at the local drugstore.

If you were a kid growing up during the ’70s and ’80s, surely you must remember that budget atrocity known as the Ben Cooper costume. Usually it retailed real cheap, came in a box, and consisted of a flimsy mask along with a one piece that felt as if you were wearing a printed plastic garbage bag. The pro was Ben Cooper had its pulse of pop culture. No matter what hot television show, film or comic book character, etc., Ben Cooper was on it. The Con – both the mask and plastic bag, ripped too easily. There goes your $3.99.

Yet it’s funny how something that annoyed us in our youth now brings a nostalgic smile upon our faces. Even if it’s just a smirk. It’s almost comforting in a way.

With that, here’s your Psycho Bunny sketch of the week. Up until today I’ve called the Psycho Bunny pic of the week. In reality the pics are sketches, and sketch sounds like a better word to use anyway.

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Psycho Bunny not so fond of the Ben Cooper Halloween costumes. Based on the comic Psycho Bunny. Oct. 2016.

So enjoy your Halloween. Definitely enjoy your improved mass produced costumes. You may get off my lawn now.

Now for the usual plugs. This weekend, I will be at MICE Expo selling my comics. If you’re in the Boston or Cambridge area, drop by. Free admission. My table is C99. Don’t forget to click “like” on both my Psycho Bunny and WitchesBrewPress Facebook pages. The Psycho Bunny page tends to be more updated. Bye for now.

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This time there’s not just one, but two Psycho Bunny pics of the week.

The first one is about Bushwick Open Studios 2016. For those who don’t know, Bushwick Open Studios, otherwise known as BOS is an annual event where artists from the Bushwick, Brooklyn area open their studios to the public. There were a lot of good work seen this year. Such as the Made In Ridgewood exhibit. Although I had plenty of snark for tourists who wouldn’t been caught dead in the same area fifteen – twenty years ago, there was amazing work in all mediums by various artists. Despite seeing some guy give walking tours about Bushwick street murals.

Psycho Bunny came by to check out some art – but he was really there for the open bar.

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Psycho Bunny checking out art while looking for the open bar. Based on the comic by Michele Witchipoo. Oct. 3rd, 2016. 

The second one is about the upcoming New York Comic Con. Whatever few friends he had, one of them was nice enough to get a little something. Only Psycho Bunny being the drunk that he is, is not amused.

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Psycho Bunny gets a gift from someone who attended NYCC. Only being a drunk rabbit, he’s not amused. Based on the comic by Michele Witchipoo. Oct. 3rd, 2016. 

Now for some promotional chatter. I’ll be at MICE in a few weeks. So if you’re in the area, come by to buy a comic. I’ll be table C99. Also check out the Facebook pages for both Psycho Bunny and WitchesBrewPress.

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