Oct 27, 2010
Esther Pearl Watson took time out from painting pink UFOs to paint Tetra and The Multinauts. It's the best thing ever! It looks as though the Multinauts teleported to Garland, Texas and in the the teleportation process they were transformed into Esther characters.
OR OR OR....The Multinauts have teleported into a thrift store painting.
Either way you look at it, it's fantastic and I will NEVER sell it!
Oct 21, 2010
Ah man! Really? You left us? This sucks! Now what are we going to do? I almost wore my underwear on the outside of my pants today in your honor. You will always be new age steppin' in my heart. I love you.
Oct 12, 2010
I will be at APE this weekend, selling little photo packs of original prints plus The Multinauts DVD and Comic Book. Come see me at the Fun Chicken Booth #339 where I will be camped out with my friends Esther Pearl Watson and Mark Todd.
What's even more exciting about going to APE this year, is that Lynda Barry will be speaking on the Art of Storytelling. (I wont be missing that panel!)
AND AND AND Daniel Clowes (Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron & Ghostworld) will also be there conducting a panel with Dan Nadel, one of the foremost comics scholars working today, on the history of comics.
INSPIRING DAYS AHEAD!
APE is held at:
The Concourse • 635 8th Street • San Francisco, CA 94103
Oct 11, 2010
The Multinauts Episode Two Mirrorman may look like a beautiful BBC science fiction program but look deeper into the ideas it's presenting. On one level it's a futuristic adventure. On another it explores the many facets of alternate realities including Virtual Reality, Reality Television, the lives of role playing game characters, corporate reality, and realms within a power crystal.
This journey into the phantasmagoric guest stars Geneva Jacuzzi as Terracotta, an evil entity that feeds on the menergy of living beings and also includes a cameo by Francois Sagat.
Oct 7, 2010
Oct 4, 2010
Watch Episode One "Flashback" in it's entirety.
If you enjoy it, please support the production of the show by visiting the giftshop.
I made this thing with my very last cent.
All proceeds go to making more cult television!