Dave Kelly

Tales Of The Night Watchman Told At Forbidden Planet

By Joe Glass Tales of the Night Watchman follows Nora, a blogger stuck in a dead end coffee job and her roommate Charlie, who is possessed by a ghostly detective known as The Night Watchman. Baristas by day and crime-solving sleuths by night, and the only ones there to help the world from an influx […]

Tales Of The Night Watchman Creators Swarm On MoCCA Fest

You heard that right. MoCCA Fest is going to be a very dangerous place this weekend because all of the devious and aberrant minds behind Tales of the Night Watchman are going to be there, and that's a highly unusual thing. In all seriousness, something great about So What? Press' series Tales of the Night […]

Why The Grand Comics Fest In Brooklyn Ensures The Survival Of Comics

The Grand Comics Fest in Brooklyn is a thing to behold for many reasons: it's not an event that draws thousands of fans or has hundreds of comics creators (and God forbid any media movie or video game types), and yet it says a lot about comics and how to ensure the medium's longevity in […]

Things To Do in New York This Week If You Like Comics

Monday, April 14th The Society of Illustrators at 128 E. 63rd Street in New York City is hosting a series of educational classes with R. Sikoryak and Kriota Willberg on Anatomy for Cartoonists that starts Monday night from 6:30-9:00PM. The instructors are R. Sikoryak and Kriota Willberg and the class operates with live models in […]

Get Your MoCCA Fest Preview Of Tales Of The Night Watchman: Staycation

So What? Press is bringing a new Tales of the Night Watchman creator-owned comic to MoCCA Fest this year, and they've graced Bleeding Cool with an insider preview of the new story. Written by Dave Kelly and illustrated by Lara Antal, previous Tales of the Night Watchman books have appeared at various indie shows including […]

Getting A Feel For Comic Arts Brooklyn – Through Books And Pictures

Comic Arts Brooklyn ran for one day, Saturday November 9th, though there were related gallery shows and events leading up to the big day. It also ran panels at The Knitting Factory down the street, which played host to Paul Auster, Art Spiegelman, Jeff Smith, and many more. I believe the final tally for the […]