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Monday, April 25, 2011

Not Until May


Opening Reception

 May 5th

Gallery 1988 Venice 214 Pier Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90405

The Autumn Society and Gallery 1988 are teaming up for the 3B show. That's Back To The Future, Bill & Ted's Adventures, and Beetlejuice. Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, just had to do three times in a row. Theses fan favorite movies will have pieces done by multiple artist for one damn interesting show. I have to say I like professional fan art when it's at it's best. Check 1988 and Autumn for updates.

I'll show more pieces as the show draws closer.

Pop-Sequentialism: Comic Art of the Modern Age

Friday, May 6, 2011 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
 La Luz de Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 666-7667

John Romita Jr., Frank Quitely, John Cassaday, Steve McNiven all great comic book artist and their art is up to see and for sale at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery insinde of Wacko Soap Plant

Some of the art is nothing, but spectacular. Pain, love,  ideas of alien gods all made by the minds and hands of man. An inspiring show to see what worlds open to a comic book reader.

You know the opening's gonna have some big name comic book writers  and artist showing up. Discussions of future movies coming out, maybe.

Just look at some of the pieces below and look in awe or think which will become the next big motion picture you'll have to see next summer.

All the names you'll see up
This is Pop-Sequentialism:
Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons ; John Higgins
Grant Morrison Frank Quitely
Joss Whedon John Cassaday
Ed Brubaker Steve Epting
Garth Ennis Tim Bradstreet
Brian Azzarello  Lee Bermejo
J. Michael StraczynskiOliver Coipel
Matt Fraction Salvador Larroca

w/additional art by Charlie Adlard, Mike Allred, Mark Buckingham & Steve Leialoha, Mike Choi, Jock, J.G. Jones, Michael Lark, Brendan McCarthy, Sean Phillips, Howard Porter, J.H Williams III, Michael Zulli & others."

May 6th,  Go to any decent theater

Hey, it's the next big action movie for the Summer Thor

It starts May 6th and I couldn't be more thrilled for it to come out. Marvel is building a impressive contuinity unlike DC in movie form. This action packed epic might be the Summer's best movie with huge fights, action and silly old Loki scheming something.

Go to any decent theater

The poster by the talented Olly Moss.

Free Comic Book Day

Saturday, May 7, 2011 Almost every comic shop in LA.

Just go and get free comics, nothing to it.

Be sure to check out Golden Apple and Earth 2, House of Secrets and so on, they always have extra goodies, maybe some Thor and Green Lantern swag


Next Show: 3rd Annual Spring Show, May 7th + 8th, 2011
Where: California Market Center’s Penthouse (110 E 9th St – Map It)
Cost: $10 at the door or in advance (kids 12 and under are free)

Unique LA shows off some wonderfull diy merch. No big names here, just stores that might resemble etsy listings. Basically, it's if Etsy was a 3D virtual enviornmet to navigate. Some fine food to powere you from going from store to store If you want a Zombie Hunter shirt this might be the place to go.

Red Bull Soap Box Race 2011
Saturday, May 21, 2011 12:30 pm
Pershing Square
532 S Olive St
Los Angeles, CA 90189
(213) 847-4970

Wathc as grown men and women get drunk and go fast in tiny cars.

Pirate Festival: Beer, Bacon and Booty

Saturday, May 21, 2011 2:00 pm

The Olympic Collection Banquet & Conference Center
11301 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064
(310) 575-4585
$26.49, gets you a free mug and food
If you not drunk off your butt by the derby head for some pirate booty. Beer, Bacon and Booty pretty much sums up the event.

 May 29- Oct 31, 2011

The director who doesn't seem to on a comb, has his own wondurous exhibt opening at the end of May. Tons of drawings and pieces of work. Props from movies and other goodies. Then on October 31 one Hell of a kick ass Hallowen party.