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Archive for October, 2018

So while I was moshing at some punk club I once again found myself being recorded by these same cameras following this family around in London. But this time it was just the dad and this new guy he met that night.

How do I get myself into this stuff?Also why am I holding a beer bottle? I don’t drink.

Sometimes when you meet up with people with interesting fashion sense, they will have a pupper with a fun style along with them.

The convention once known as Comikaze, then Stan Lee’s Comikaze, then the mouthful of a name, Stan Lee’s Los Angles Comic Con, and now just, Los Angles Comic Con is back. Honestly I think they should have just stuck with Comikaze but whatever. Anywho, I’m excited.

Alright, the rest of the photos are now online. It’s been a long week me.

And now, behold the rest of this adventure.

So, I’ve been having trouble thinking of a good halloween costume idea for this year. One I had in mind was a taco, and I planned on using newspaper that I would color to help make the filling (meat, lettuce, cheese, etc.), but believe that might end up being to much a hassle when I’m out in West Hollywood. Last weekend while out with the GF, she gave me an idea. A simple one, but would work. The Devil.

I don’t want to go for a far to obvious or common take, so I made my own version taking some inspiration from the show Lucifer, on style of dress. Only fitting for someone like me to be such a figure, since I’ve been Jesus before, and a god of mischief. It’s funny, thought I find Jesus more often, I was much more popular as Loki. I wonder how well I’ll do as the most popular rebel in folklore?

It felt nice drawing something again after so long from making the last one. I really need to get myself to do this more often.

Another year another march of the undead in hollywood coming form the subway. It makes me sad seeing that everyone year the crowd is getting smaller. Is it because there isn’t enough promotion? or fewer people are able to make it? No matter the case, it’s still a lot of fun watching people run and scream in laughter as the zombies approach. I’m splitting the album in two, so here is part one.

The rest will be coming during the week, so hold on.

While the zombie walk was happening in Hollywood, we found ourselves waiting at the intersection, with this guy playing on his guitar. Of course zombies danced to the music, because zombies like to groove.

So awhile ago I found myself on some spontaneous trip to London and over heard this group of people, I was guessing a family talking to each other, kind of loudly. They were really the only people I could find myself hearing. And it turns out their trip was recorded by some cameras and put in some TV show called Speechless.

Which bring up, that awkward moment I found myself in the background of this families adventure.

Strange things happen in stores when they are closing and there just happens to be a large empty area you can play in.

Coming again to Pasadena next Sunday. Starting at Big Bang Theory Alley, which I do believe we have run through before.