Annual Easter Comix & Graphic Novel Night

April 05, 2015
7:00 am - 9:00 pm


Join us for the annual Easter Sunday KGB Comix Night, a free night of live comics readings. Five local cartoonists will offer slideshow readings that are sure to entertain, bewilder, and amuse.

KGB Comix Night is more than just a night of free entertainment—we also have a fun raffle with awesome prizes! A $5 donation will get you a raffle ticket. Raffle proceeds are split between the hosts and readers.

Under (partially) new management!
Co-hosted by Robyn Chapman and Robin Enrico

For over a decade, Robin Enrico has been making comics about punk rock girls (Jam in the Band), pro wrestlers, and sex bloggers (Life of Vice), plus a mini-comic that looks like an old Nintendo game. He also organizes the Ditko! Zine Library and the Paper Jam Small Press Festival in conjunction with Brooklyn D.I.Y. venue the Silent Barn.
www.robinenrico.com

Toby Goodshank
is a visual artist and musician based in Brooklyn, New York. Taking inspiration from film and fine art, Goodshank’s work explores deviant sexuality, extreme violence, and loneliness. A recording artist with over twenty self-released solo albums to his credit, Goodshank was a member of The Moldy Peaches and is an auxiliary member of The Pizza Underground.
www.tobygoodshank.bandcamp.com


Laura Lannes
is an illustrator and cartoonist from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, living in New York City. In 2015 she will graduate from the School of Visual Arts, where she currently studies Illustration.
www.lauralannes.com

Emily Wernet is perhaps best known for her teenage superhero series Moonlighting, but she has recently reemerged with her new “Fake Adventures of Emily” series. Using cartoonish anthropomorphic animal versions of herself and others to tell hilarious, bawdy, and sometimes tragic autobiographical stories.
www.emilywernet.com

Ben Urkowitz’s comics are a psychedelic, zipatoned, perverse, Jansson-esque, nightmarescape in the best possible way. His work runs the gamut from abstracted and theoretical to hilariously human. Often striking its strongest notes somewhere in between; such as his darkly humorous “Real Rap” series or the pointed “Big Busty Psychic Celeb Votes Satan”.
www.b-m-f-u.tumblr.com

About the Series: KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction

The KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction showcases the finest in contemporary fiction from new and emerging writers.


Suzanne Dottino/fiction curator,