We had a marvelous time at MoCCA Fest 2013 on April 6th and 7th at the Now What Media table #A16. Kudos to the Society of Illustrators for putting together a great show.

L.K. Peterson premiered his hilarious new spoof Get the F••k Back to Work. Tom Hachtman signed copies of that book along with Gertrude's Follies, and Fairly Grim Tales.

We previewed our upcoming collection of Superstorm Sandy Strips entitled Downtown Drowned. It will be published in June to help raise funds for victims of the storm.

Martin Kozlowski and Randy Jones were there to sign the movie hater's guide for the film lover, Love the Sinner, Hate the Cinema and INX Battle Lines: Three Decades of Political Art. Artist David G Klein was on hand to preview his upcoming monster masterpiece The Golem's Voice, due out this Fall.

And ace cartoonist Felipe Galindo stopped by to sign copies of his two very funny collections: Manhatitlan and No Man Is a Desert Island.

MoCCA Fest was held at The Lexington Armory, 68 Lexington Avenue (bet. 25th and 26th Sts.) in New York City. It's the same venue that housed the historic Armory Show of 1913 which introduced European avant garde art to a startled U.S. public –– think Marcel Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase.

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