Friday, September 19, 2014

Hence the Brittle Lashes: The Nervosa Sessions EP Has Dropped!

SPX marked the debut of The Nervosa Sessions, the first EP by Hence the Brittle Lashes, a band dedicated to producing songs about the friends and family of Dr. Frasier Crane.  During SPX, I was delighted to see hints of Frasier love among the attendees, from this Ted Danson shirt, to this Cheers pin.  Subtle, but present, and most importantly relevant.



I cropped out the wearers because I didn't get their permission to appear on the blog, but if you happen to see this and don't mind, please comment and I'll be happy to post your smiling faces.

The Nervosa Sessions EP is available online for a mere $8, which will include shipping!  The EP features three original songs, and two remixes -- that's five tracks total, one for every dollar Niles must spend on that double short, low fat, no foam latte every day.  Remember, the holidays are coming; don't pull a Frasier and decide to just tell your loved ones, in your own words what they mean to you -- SHOW them with The Nervosa Sessions by Hence the Brittle Lashes!


Thursday, September 18, 2014

Thank You, SPX!

We've just returned from the East Coast, where KaraokeFanboy Press had the pleasure of exhibiting at the legendary Small Press Expo!  In its 20th year, SPX has a rich history of celebrating independent comic art, and I was honored to include Amazing Arizona Comics, Karaoke Comics, and my fanzine Far & Wee among the wares this time around.

Here's a shot of my brother and me at the table:


And, in the spirit of East Coast Diners, I can't resist the chance to share this shot of us at the Tastee Diner in beautiful downtown Bethesda, Maryland:


Over the next few days, I'll post more pictures from New England, including our brief but insightful trip to Washington, DC, then to Philadelphia.  Again, a great thanks to the organizers of SPX for putting on such a great show, and if it's in the cards I look forward to exhibiting again in the future!

Sunday, September 14, 2014

And, Of Course, at SPX: Amazing Arizona Comics


The last day of SPX is upon us already!  It wouldn't be a KaraokeFanboy Press table without Amazing Arizona Comics -- and even if you're not from the Grand Canyon State, you must be familiar with Al Gore's global warming agenda, or Prince Harry's militaristic exploits, or the country's woes with immigration issues.  Amazing Arizona Comics tells our story, as a country -- come by the table at SPX and check it out!

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Premiering at SPX: Hence the Brittle Lashes


My strangest premiere to date, this weekend's SPX table boasts the EP The Nervosa Sessions by Hence the Brittle Lashes, the two-man band (my brother and me) that creates and performs songs inspired by the friends and family of Dr. Frasier Crane.  Swing by to hear us singing such hits as "Niles Orders A Latte" and "You're In the Doghouse (This Stinks)."

Friday, September 12, 2014

Hello, SPX!


Hello, Maryland!  Thanks for a great night of karaoke at The Barking Dog!  How appropriate, considering I'll be debuting Karaoke Comics #3 at the Small Press Expo.  If you're in the neighborhood, feel free to swing by and check it out!

Friday, September 5, 2014

Coming to SPX: Far & Wee

KaraokeFanboy Press is coming to the Small Press Expo (SPX) in Maryland next weekend!  Over the next few days, I'll be posting the comics featured and debuting at the show, starting now with my autobiographical fanzine, Far & Wee.


Article topics include He-Man's sexuality, the dark fate of Route 66, the timeless importance of Mr. T, estate sales, successful pranks and fake protests, and, of course, my lifelong journey toward meeting each of the Monkees.  If you're in Maryland, at SPX, come by the table and pick up a set!  Mention the blog for a discount.

And, don't forget, voting is still available below for the next Amazing Arizona Comics story.  Scroll and finally vote for something that matters!

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Who Needs San Diego Comic Con?! It's All About Amazing Arizona Comics!

It's San Diego Comic Con weekend, so I couldn't let it pass without offering some Amazing Arizona Comics hype!  Check out this latest preview of not one but two upcoming stories -- and you decide which will be completed and published first!  The last of these pages gives explains it all, including how to vote via email, but if you're reading this blog, you need only post "Sam" or "Cam" in the comments, and your voice will be heard!  This year, vote for something that actually matters!

Recipients of  my new Amazing Arizona Comics newsletter received this preview first, as a PDF, and if you'd like to be on that list for exclusive comics, previews, and announcements, simply email me and say so!