Call for MOCCA Coverage

I’m going to MoCCA for the first time!

MoCCA Art Festival 2009 poster

The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art is proud to announce MoCCA Festival 2009 will be held June 6th and 7th at the 69th Regiment Armory at Lexington Avenue and 25th Street in New York City.

Saturday only, but I’m looking forward to it!

If you or someone whose work you enjoy are exhibiting there, please let me know in the comments to this post! I’m making my list of people I must make sure to see.

10 Responses to “Call for MOCCA Coverage”

  1. Matthew J. Brady Says:

    Not exhibiting, but I’ll be there. Hope to see you!

  2. Bill Roundy Says:

    I’ll be exhibiting there! I’ll have a bunch of mini-comics (including “Man Enough” which you reviewed a few years back), and a collection of the first five years of my journal comic “The Amazing Adventures of Bill.” (

    It’ll be great to see you in NYC!

  3. Tania del Rio Says:

    My husband and I will be there as the Bazaarium (, selling our Dollar Dreadfuls and Silhouette Masterpiece Theatres, among other Victorian inspired goods and a mini comic called Midnight Menagerie. Hope to see you there!

  4. Sarah Says:

    I’ll probably be there. But…*squints* why is there metaphorical tentacle kiddie porn in the poster? That’s a little weird.

  5. Thomas Hall Says:

    Daniel Bradford and I will be there- we are Debuting our new comic, Robot 13, at MoCCA & would love to have you stop by our table. Hope to see you there!

  6. Johanna Says:

    Cool, I’m looking forward to seeing all of you (scribbling notes).

  7. Ken Wong Says:

    I’ll be at table #705 debuting my newest origami-comic, “Schrodinger’s Cat”. I’ll also have copies of my “Pandora’s Box” origami-comic as well as the “Secret Identities” Asian American Superhero Anthology.

  8. Johanna Says:

    Neat! I want to see what an origami-comic is.

  9. Keith McCleary Says:

    I’ll be at table #334 debuting my picture book/graphic novel “Top of the Heap,” along with prints. I’ll also have last year’s “Killing Tree Quarterly” and “Deep Throat,” as well as a coloring book I edited for IndyKids, a free children’s newspaper published in NYC. Hope you can stop by!

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