Last Updated: February 26, 2008
THE GOOD OLD DAYS (?)
Circa 1988: Flyer for a cartoonists' party/exhibition on Manhattan's Lower East Side. An annual event that I believe Max Fish is still celebrating!


 

The "Woody Awards" were highly realistic dildos mounted on wood stands. (I won for "Most Affable" the previous year.) Anyway, it was a heluva lot more fun than LA's ulterior-motived "artist events"!!


Around the corner: Katz's Deli! 
(From The 
Lower East
Side
Dover Publications,
1979, 1994. Photo by 
Edmund V. 
Gillon, Jr.)

 
Early '80s:
At NY opening with the late John Spacely, popular East Side lowlife and subject of the cult documentary "Gringo/Portrait of a Junkie"
(a Troma release!)
Photo by Andre Grossman (?)

1983 party for STOP! MAGAZINE, Photos by Godlis published in same. Did anybody buy those giant pieces of paper?


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Here's an April 1988 interview from PAPER Magazine (then a "What's Hot" New York monthly, now a big-deal fashion mag). Keep in mind that what art journalist Carlo McCormick wrote down as "duck", I said as "doctor"!



 
Posted 2/26/08: 
Yours Truly at 1991's San Diego Comic Con (before its media deluge). 
From the blog of Mary Fleener. 




 

The first page of a gift from Ralph Bakshi (from my period on COOL WORLD):
a volume of Roy Crane's comic strip, Wash Tubbs.


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Bulletin board introduction at Film Roman, given all new employees. 1994.
Behind me are the storyboards for my first epidode, 
"Mars Needs Felix".

COPYRIGHT 2007 BY MILTON KNIGHT


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