Tag Archives: Bill Cucinotta

Claire’s Sewing Machine

Claire was an elderly neighbor of my friend Bill’s who passed away. Her family was looking to clear out her home, among her belongings was this wonderful sewing machine – they offered it to Bill. Since Bill doesn’t sew – I’ve got … Continue reading

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Long Lost Weekend or What I Hate About Comics

This post should be What I HATE About Comics, but after the weekend I just had, I don’t have the energy to cook up a new header. It could also be considered a Pixels Vs. Pigments article as I will … Continue reading

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Comics Will Rot Your Brain!

Despite my love of comic books, there used to be a breed of comic magazines with lurid covers that Dr. Frederic Wertham was probably right about. They probably would rot your brain.

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Monkey & Bird Mini-Comic! It’s Mini-Comic Madness!

Part I Bill Cucinotta told us about the Philadelphia Alternative Comic Convention a while back, and Tina, Bill and I all planned on attending to see what the other kids are up to as Tina put it in her entry … Continue reading

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Give Them the Ooh La La!

Buxom Parisians pursued through the savage jungle? A fearful flight through the impenetrable night? What gives? Has the romance comic suddenly turned into a Halloween Horror Show? Find out as the ALL NEW CHAPTER of Monkey & Bird continues at … Continue reading

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Mood Indigo

Back when I was in art school hanging with the DUCKWORK crowd who would eventually morph into the Comico crowd, we would compare notes about art supplies and techniques. Back then, some of the guys were real excited about using … Continue reading

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Swamp Things

Before you read this entry, head over to CO2 Comics’ Blog NOW and read Gerry Giovinco’s history of DUCKWORK. He fills in some of the enormous gaps left by my own meager history of PCA’s semi-official student paper. His entry … Continue reading

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DUCKWORK’s Swan Song: The Party’s Over

It was 1982. Issue No. 6 was the last issue of DUCKWORK. I am not sure of the reasons why, and I’m hoping that Gerry Giovinco does his history of the paper because he was directly involved with the nuts … Continue reading

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Down In Space It’s Always 1982

1982 and the my second semester arrived at PCA after a lengthy winter break. The second semester wasn’t as bad as the first. It was still the Foundation program that all freshmen had to go through, but it wasn’t as … Continue reading

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No, You’re Out of Order!

After I started posting my experiences with DUCKWORK, I had found this issue from April of 1981 stuck inside the pages of a later issue. This is the second issue of DUCKWORK.

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