April 20th, 2013


Stanley Crouch

While sitting in my local barber shop chair, getting a much needed haircut from Ilana, I sat next to writer, Stanley Crouch, who was getting a shave and, after a round-robin of pre-coffee morning gibberish, we concocted a plan to make comix together that would turn The New Yorker on its ear. Pending...

A Funny Side of New York

Bruce Bennett, writer for the Wall Street Journal, reported on "Blame it on New York," a comix event curated and moderated by Danny Fingeroth at Soho Gallery of Digital Art.

"Dean Haspiel's self-narrated black-and-white depiction of an episode of mutual voyeurism in Little Italy employed accompanying graphic language well outside the boundaries of a family newspaper.

"People are having sex all the time in New York," Mr. Haspiel later said. "I remember once I saw a couple having sex through my window. My friend said 'Stop looking' and I said, 'Why? I pay rent, it's my window!'"