Annual Easter Comix & Graphic Novel Night

April 16, 2017
7:00 pm - 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.

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). Both of these graphic novels will be released this year from Alternative Comics. He will be reading from his first completely new comic in 3 years (Post).

Lauren Barnett is a comic artist and painter who currently lives in Queens, NY. Her work includes Me Likes You Very Much (which was nominated for a 2012 Ignatz Award) and Looking at Stuff is for Chumps: Barry the Blind Crow which was nominated for a 2016 DINKy Award. Unicorns of Planet Earth, her newest comic, will be published in June 2017 by Kilgore Books.

Jim Campbell draws Over the Garden Wall comics for Boom and colors comics for Marvel and Mad Magazine. His graphic novel At the Shore, finally finished after being started in 2005, was published by Alternative Comics in 2016.

Ada Price is a cartoonist and illustrator based in New York City. Her comics focus on people’s relationships and people’s shifting perspective of themselves and others. Her most recent comics are Caligula, about the friendship between the Roman emperor Caligula and his horse, and The Everyday Death of the Everyday Saint, based on the gruesome deaths of saints.

Kelsey Wroten is a freelance illustrator and comics artist. She is a Kansas City native currently living in Brooklyn, NY.

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,