The Halloween Show
Cartoon slide shows and picture performances
Hosted by R. Sikoryak & Neil Numberman. Cartoon shows drawn and narrated by an array of comic artists, graphic novelists, voice actors, and more. A spooky edition for the season. Featuring:
Featuring stories, gags, live drawings, and audience participation!
Come in costume! For kids and cartoon-loving adults.
Saturday, October 27, 2018 2 pm
Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie St. (btwn Rivington & Delancey)
Tickets: $10 kids
$15 adults in advance
$18 adults at the door
Tickets & info: DixonPlace.org (212) 219-0736
About the cartoonists:
Natalie Andrewson is a comic artist, illustrator and printmaker living in Brooklyn, originally from North Carolina. She’s currently working on a graphic novel adaptation of the original Nutcracker story with First Second and has worked with The New York Times, Hazlitt, BOOM Studios, KUS and Peow on other comic projects. She makes Risograph printed illustrated work at the SVA Risolab and self publishes short fantasy stories in her free time.
Molly Brooks is an illustrator and comics maker who grew up in Nashville. Her science fiction graphic novel for kids, Sanity & Tallulah, is out now from Disney-Hyperion.
Tim Hamilton lives in Brooklyn, NY and has created humorous cartoons for The New Yorker, Mad Magazine and Nickelodeon Magazine. He publishes his own-one man anthology, Rabbit Who Fights and adapted Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 into an Eisner nominated graphic novel.
Rebecca Mock is a NYC-based comic book artist and illustrator. She is the artist of the NYT best-selling Compass South, a high-seas adventure graphic novel, as well as its sequel Knife’s Edge.
Dave Roman is the author/illustrator of the Astronaut Academy series and writer of the graphic novels Teen Boat! Race for Boatlantis and Agnes Quill: An Anthology of Mystery. He has contributed stories and art to Goosebumps Graphix: Slappy’s Tales of Horror, and Nursery Rhyme Comics. Roman is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, and is currently series editor for First Second’s Science Comics series of nonfiction graphic novels. He lives in NYC and draws a weekly webcomic called Starbunny, Inc.
Neil Numberman is the totally tubular illustrator of such groovy graphic novels as the Joey Fly, Private Eye series, and writer of the mondo bodacious picture book Do NOT Build a Frankenstein! His most recent picture books, Flip & Fin: We Rule the School, and Flip & Fin: Super Sharks to the Rescue, are, like, in stores now. He also is known for illustrating Highlight’s Magazines radically awesome-licious Hidden Pictures! You should totally scope out his work over at neilnumberman.com. FAR OUT!