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Night Burgers #1, now available for pre-order!

24 pages of full color neon comics by Victor Kerlow (thankyouvictor), Josh Burggraf  (joshburggraf), Josh Freydkis (joshfreydkis), Jason Murphy (menutnutnut) (pictured above), Anthony Meloro (anthonymeloro), Ken Johnson (ballandcone) and Amy Searles (amyofdarkness).  Edited/cover by Harris Smith (negativepleasure)

Each copy includes prismatic viewing glasses for full psychedelic reading experience.

Preorder now: http://negativepleasure.storenvy.com/products/6105226-night-burgers-1

Q

ctcatch asked:

Hey. I love your work. Whenever I go to an arcade and play Night Striker it always makes me think of OCB. Are you familiar with it?

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milonogiannis:

Thanks, man! That sounds like fun. I wasn’t aware of Night Striker! It looks pretty amazing. (I wish there was an arcade nearby). Thanks again! Have a nice day dude!

I don’t know what’s more incredible: the spot-on comparison by ctcatch or an arcade (?!) having a working cabinet of Night Striker.

The best family to belong to. M.W. Kaluta cover.

The above images were compiled into an accompanying anthology to Noel Freibert’s curated show, The Tortured Page (March 2013, Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD). 
Image 3 - L: Julia Gfrörer   R: Heather Benjamin
Image 4 - L: Leah Wishnia   R: Me 
Apologies for image quality. The above images were compiled into an accompanying anthology to Noel Freibert’s curated show, The Tortured Page (March 2013, Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD). 
Image 3 - L: Julia Gfrörer   R: Heather Benjamin
Image 4 - L: Leah Wishnia   R: Me 
Apologies for image quality. The above images were compiled into an accompanying anthology to Noel Freibert’s curated show, The Tortured Page (March 2013, Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD). 
Image 3 - L: Julia Gfrörer   R: Heather Benjamin
Image 4 - L: Leah Wishnia   R: Me 
Apologies for image quality. The above images were compiled into an accompanying anthology to Noel Freibert’s curated show, The Tortured Page (March 2013, Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD). 
Image 3 - L: Julia Gfrörer   R: Heather Benjamin
Image 4 - L: Leah Wishnia   R: Me 
Apologies for image quality.

The above images were compiled into an accompanying anthology to Noel Freibert’s curated show, The Tortured Page (March 2013, Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD). 

Image 3 - L: Julia Gfrörer   R: Heather Benjamin

Image 4 - L: Leah Wishnia   R: Me 

Apologies for image quality.

Or cuz I called 30 Days of Night a shitty vampire franchise? It is. Stick to Hammer Films, kid. Christopher Lee’s Drac is dapper as fuck. 

I lost some followers over the past few days.  I hope it was because of the above.

(via anthonymeloro)

In Amy’s studio - prepping for Norfolk show this Friday.

When Lapham hits a storytelling stride it becomes one of the more compelling reads you can can enjoy in the dreck of modern comics.
Take his run on the shitty 30 Days franchise.  Remember this is back in ‘08 when vampire boner season was in full swing.  What does Lapham do?  Takes stale genre tropes and makes it about the close/isolated relationships within urban dwellings, peppered with thoughtfully formed funny and dark characters.  At its core it’s about the survival of evil, but successfully pulls you in to care about its deplorable protagonist. 
Now he’s back on his Stray Bullets series.  The nuances in language, character motivations, and conclusions proves again to be one of the better crime comics that combines interpersonal dynamics with a genuine sense of what not to expect next.
Please click on pics for artist credits.  When Lapham hits a storytelling stride it becomes one of the more compelling reads you can can enjoy in the dreck of modern comics.
Take his run on the shitty 30 Days franchise.  Remember this is back in ‘08 when vampire boner season was in full swing.  What does Lapham do?  Takes stale genre tropes and makes it about the close/isolated relationships within urban dwellings, peppered with thoughtfully formed funny and dark characters.  At its core it’s about the survival of evil, but successfully pulls you in to care about its deplorable protagonist. 
Now he’s back on his Stray Bullets series.  The nuances in language, character motivations, and conclusions proves again to be one of the better crime comics that combines interpersonal dynamics with a genuine sense of what not to expect next.
Please click on pics for artist credits. 

When Lapham hits a storytelling stride it becomes one of the more compelling reads you can can enjoy in the dreck of modern comics.

Take his run on the shitty 30 Days franchise.  Remember this is back in ‘08 when vampire boner season was in full swing.  What does Lapham do?  Takes stale genre tropes and makes it about the close/isolated relationships within urban dwellings, peppered with thoughtfully formed funny and dark characters.  At its core it’s about the survival of evil, but successfully pulls you in to care about its deplorable protagonist. 

Now he’s back on his Stray Bullets series.  The nuances in language, character motivations, and conclusions proves again to be one of the better crime comics that combines interpersonal dynamics with a genuine sense of what not to expect next.

Please click on pics for artist credits.