Stills from the "Some Hungry Guy" video. Experimental animation is always ripe territory for a music video, as S.F. indie-pop songwriter Jascha Hoffman demonstrates with his new clip for "Some Hungry Guy." The video, directed by Benjamin Ahr Harrison, uses art from the Winsor McCay's century- ... More >>
You read that right, folks: The Biebster is now a comic book hero. A 32-page illustrated screed glamorizing his ridiculously short life is available for the price of a fancy taco starting today.All expectations are that it will sell out.So is this a sign of the apocalypse, or just another notch o ... More >>
The Yummy Fur @ Cafe du Nord Named after an underground comic strip, the Yummy Fur was an underground band from 1990s Glasgow, two of whose many members went on to form Franz Ferdinand. Mainstay John McKeown now fronts a band called -- what else? -- 1990s, but has agreed to a brief Yummy Fur reu ... More >>
If you grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1970s and '80s, there are a number of cultural elements that suddenly take you back to your overall-, Keds-, and bowl cut-wearing days. There's Bits & Pieces, James Gabbert repeatedly turning his back to the camera while hosting KOFY TV 20 D ... More >>
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Join 9,000 other comics fans and fanatics at WonderCon 2004
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