August 23, 2014
genghisconcleveland:

genghisconcleveland:

Genghis Con 2014 will be held on Sunday, November 30th at the Lake Erie Building - Registration Now Open!

Those comics and zine makers interested in Exhibiting Genghis Con 2014, please head over to this REGISTRATION FORM.

We’re excited for another amazing year. Help us spread the word and don’t forget to register!

Registration is closed - thanks everyone for signing up and spreading the word. We’ll have more announcements very soon. In the meantime, we have an open waiting list that we encourage you to sign up for if you missed the registration window. Sign up for our waiting list now!

genghisconcleveland:

genghisconcleveland:

Genghis Con 2014 will be held on Sunday, November 30th at the Lake Erie Building - Registration Now Open!

Those comics and zine makers interested in Exhibiting Genghis Con 2014, please head over to this REGISTRATION FORM.

We’re excited for another amazing year. Help us spread the word and don’t forget to register!

Registration is closed - thanks everyone for signing up and spreading the word. We’ll have more announcements very soon. In the meantime, we have an open waiting list that we encourage you to sign up for if you missed the registration window. Sign up for our waiting list now!

August 20, 2014
Last push to register for Genghis Con 2014

The sixth annual Genghis Con will be held on Sunday, November 30th at the Lake Erie Building - FREE TO THE PUBLIC

For the past five annual Thanksgiving weekends Genghis Con has been a touchstone event for comics and independent print media in the North East Ohio region. From Pittsburgh to Columbus to Chicago, the region’s most prolific comics creators and zinesters have converged on Cleveland to share their stories and artwork, and help foster an environment for the open dialogue about the nature of comics, storytelling, and the small press print medium. Genghis Con 2014 is primed to be another exceptional year with a couple of major changes to the show.

Those comics and zine makers interested in Exhibiting Genghis Con 2014, please head over to this REGISTRATION FORM.

We’re excited for another amazing year. Help us spread the word and don’t forget to register! Today is the last day

image above by John G for Scene Magazine

Last push to register for Genghis Con 2014

The sixth annual Genghis Con will be held on Sunday, November 30th at the Lake Erie Building - FREE TO THE PUBLIC

For the past five annual Thanksgiving weekends Genghis Con has been a touchstone event for comics and independent print media in the North East Ohio region. From Pittsburgh to Columbus to Chicago, the region’s most prolific comics creators and zinesters have converged on Cleveland to share their stories and artwork, and help foster an environment for the open dialogue about the nature of comics, storytelling, and the small press print medium. Genghis Con 2014 is primed to be another exceptional year with a couple of major changes to the show.

Those comics and zine makers interested in Exhibiting Genghis Con 2014, please head over to this REGISTRATION FORM.

We’re excited for another amazing year. Help us spread the word and don’t forget to register! Today is the last day

image above by John G for Scene Magazine

August 19, 2014
Not much time left to register for Genghis Con (November 30th)

No reason to wait any longer! Sign up, tell your friends, reblog, mark your calendar. Let’s do this!

Not much time left to register for Genghis Con (November 30th)

No reason to wait any longer! Sign up, tell your friends, reblog, mark your calendar. Let’s do this!

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August 18, 2014
delayoh:

My essay, Our Band Could Be Your Lid, complete with a link to hear the mixtape!
http://www.monsterhousepress.com/rjeilbeck2/
James Payne called it, “a meditation on taste, chance, and record store culture that is joyful and searching.”
Please enjoy and share! Used Kids Records is a Columbus institution and I must pay thanks to it for inspiring this work. 
<3 Ryan

delayoh:

My essay, Our Band Could Be Your Lid, complete with a link to hear the mixtape!


http://www.monsterhousepress.com/rjeilbeck2/


James Payne called it, “a meditation on taste, chance, and record store culture that is joyful and searching.”

Please enjoy and share! Used Kids Records is a Columbus institution and I must pay thanks to it for inspiring this work.

<3 Ryan

(via alldogsohio)

August 15, 2014
secretdoorprojects:

erinkwilson:

REGISTRATION IS OPEN! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR??
NOVEMBER 14-16TH
NOCAZFEST.COM

this sick drawing is by Ben “too good not to be famous” Passmore btw! see more at: daygloayhole.tumblr.com

secretdoorprojects:

erinkwilson:

REGISTRATION IS OPEN! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR??

NOVEMBER 14-16TH

NOCAZFEST.COM

this sick drawing is by Ben “too good not to be famous” Passmore btw! see more at: daygloayhole.tumblr.com

August 15, 2014
http://kickintheeyes.tumblr.com/post/94854598628/my-writing-process-blog-tour-i-was-asked

kickintheeyes:

””“”My Writing Process Blog Tour”“”“

I was asked to respond to these questions by my comics buddy Sam Szabo, who is an under-appreciated genius in all ways, quick and wiggly and weird and full of amazing creative energy and goodwill. Here’s an inappropriate music video of his I once…

August 12, 2014
kevinczap:

John G, co-founder of the underground comic and small press convention Genghis Con, reflects on five years of celebrating the art of print, the changing comic scene, and the importance of diversity in the world of conventions.
This piece by Nikki Delamotte appeared last year on Cleveland’s Cellar Door website. In it, she chats with Genghis Con co-founder John G about the history of the show and the then-upcoming fifth year.
We’re currently taking table applications until August 20th. If you’re a midwestern or rust belt cartoonist or zinester, we hope you can join the show this year. Registration form can be found here: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=tlpRm5rUj-UY2KgBtfcvtg 
Genghis Con will be held on November 30th at the Lake Erie Building

kevinczap:

John G, co-founder of the underground comic and small press convention Genghis Con, reflects on five years of celebrating the art of print, the changing comic scene, and the importance of diversity in the world of conventions.

This piece by Nikki Delamotte appeared last year on Cleveland’s Cellar Door website. In it, she chats with Genghis Con co-founder John G about the history of the show and the then-upcoming fifth year.

We’re currently taking table applications until August 20th. If you’re a midwestern or rust belt cartoonist or zinester, we hope you can join the show this year. Registration form can be found here: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=tlpRm5rUj-UY2KgBtfcvtg

Genghis Con will be held on November 30th at the Lake Erie Building

August 12, 2014

drawbrandondraw:

Here’s another batch of Twitter caricatures~
(I’ve also included the reference photos everybody sent me so you can see what exactly I’ve been working with here)

So here’s the deal!

I’m offering *super cheap* caricatures/portraits as part of a "I’m updating my illustrative portfolio" SUMMER SALE

So while I bone up on my own illustration skills, you can help me out by tossing some money my way and you’ll get a portrait out of the deal. Everybody wins!

CLICK HERE TO BUY
(and be sure to email a picture of your mug to Brandon at DrawBrandonDraw.com)

Supplies here are pretty limited because these things are really way underpriced and I’ll pull the sale when I get tired of drawing.

August 11, 2014

teelowegreen:

The only thing sillier than Buzzfeed is people who visit with expectations.

August 11, 2014
Genghis Con Cleveland

kevinczap:

raddishh:

I was asked by a few people to do a little write-up of the con. I’m new to the Cleveland scene and small press comics scene in general, but I still wanted to give my impression. I can’t speak for previous Genghis Cons, since this was my first one (I’m a Michigan native,) but it was the perfect…

This is a review of last year’s Genghis Con by an attendee (albeit an active cartoonist/artist). We’re planning on taking everything that was great about last year’s show and improving it in every way we can. This includes making it free and open to the public as well as moving to a larger, brighter space on Cleveland’s west side.

We’re currently taking table applications until August 20th. If you’re a midwestern or rust belt cartoonist or zinester, we hope you can join the show this year. Registration form can be found here: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=tlpRm5rUj-UY2KgBtfcvtg