Intergalactico Blog


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Chris currently has a new print on exhibit in a group show at ArtLexis. Chris' piece is titled "Prog Trigger" and is a 20" x 24" giclée print. The show features work by artists from the new POOD comics anthology and is up until June 18th. ArtLexis is a contemporary art gallery and fine art publisher located in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY.


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Thanks to my friend Mark Sunshine, I recently had a comic published in the POOD comics anthology. Edited by Geoff Grogan, Kevin Mutch, and Alex Rader, POOD is a 16 page, full color/black & white, broadsheet size (17" x 23") comic printed on newsprint. Here's an image of the cover--the comic is by Sara Edward Corbett:

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My story is called "Giraffe Trapping Music" and is about the adventures of "Robot Hippo" a crime fighting mini-robot hippopotamus:

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Download a larger PDF version of "Giraffe Trapping Music" here.

You can get a sense of the size of POOD from this image:

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Below is a detail from Mark Sunshine's comic, "Works Project Administration". Check out the amazing inking!:

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Find out more about POOD here.
This video shows POOD in all it's glory.
And you can purchase your own copy here.


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These images show some of the rad designs my son Cal Capuozzo has been printing. He's recently started his own t-shirt company called SlashTee. Lots more designs to see at the SlashTee site...and here's the SlashTee Etsy page.



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Garo Manga: The First Decade, 1964-1973
The Center For Book Arts
April 14, 2010 - June 26, 2010

Garo is a highly regarded underground avant-garde comics journal from Japan. In this show, you can see many issues of Garo, from its first issue in September 1964 to its 120th issue in December 1973. Amazing variety of styles and subject matter. Super inspiring. The top images are from a post about this exhibit from the way cool Same Hat! blog. Photography by Noel.

Spent some time surfing around Same Hat! and found some links to manga by Maki Sasaki, (well known Garo contributor who's also featured in the Garo Manga exhibit)
Below are images from "Desert Eyeball" 1970, and "A Dream To Have In Heaven", 1967. Click on the story title to see full stories (big scans!).

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