Weekly Recap: Star Wars, Clue and More

Shag tackles Star Wars in a recent Gallery Nucleus show. This photo originally appeared in L.A. Weekly.

Shag tackles Star Wars in a recent Gallery Nucleus show. From my L.A. Weekly slideshow “A Saga in the Stars…”

It’s been a mildly ordinary week. The second chapter of our webcomic, Los Animales, ┬ájust finished its first week online. We somehow managed to get a bit of attention on Tumblr and are incredibly grateful for that. The first five pages are available for you to read now. Check out Los Animales: Nadarave.

Tomorrow night, I’ll be playing at Deadcadence, which is an amazing monthly party at Roberto’s in Chinatown. I’ll be spinning a mix of goth, coldwave and minimal synth tunes on vinyl. For more info, check out Beatique.

Last Saturday was pop culture overload. I spent the early afternoon at Golden Apple on Melrose for Free Comic Book Day, where I was able to interview famed writer Geoff Johns. That evening, I headed out to Gallery Nucleus to take photos of their special May the Fourth art show. Both assignments were for L.A. Weekly.

“A Saga in the Stars: A Tribute Event to a Galaxy Far, Far Away” (Slideshow)

“DC Comics Writer and Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns Explains the Comic Books That Inspired Him” (Interview)


I did another “For the Weekend” interview for KCET. This time around, I talked to John Giovanazzi, who co-owns the fantastic Glendale bar/show space, Complex. John talks about everything from record stores to restaurants to the Dodgers in this interview.

“For the Weekend: John Giovanazzi”

Lately, I’ve been reviewing old movies and TV shows that turn up on Netflix Instant for Geek Exchange. This week, I tackled one of my childhood favorites, Clue.

“It Came from Netflix: Clue”


That’s all for this week. Have a great weekend.