In other news, the Topposhop over at Redbubble now features Tshirts and stickers sporting Sonic Nova‘s illustration of Thea from Red Envelope, and Norma & Margie from the Norma & Margie animated short.
Episode Two of Babyhead is now online for you fine folks to check out! I’m still feeling my way through the process, but I’m starting to find a groove, and should be able to get future episodes out more frequently. The ToppoShop is now online as well, where you can find a Tshirt and stickers featuring a Sonic Nova illustration of Hokus Krokus, a character from Norma & Margie.
In other news, the ever-rambunctious Nova will be the featured artist at Mom & Pops Tattoo and Piercing’s Anniversary Party on Saturday, June 10th. Troy City Comix Issues One and Two are also available for sale here if you can’t make it to the party and need some sonic madness.
STREET FIGHTING MAN is a feature-length, character-driven documentary that follows three inner-city men – each a generation apart – as they seek to define their lives in post-industrial Detroit. Deris Solomon is a young single father who wants to leave behind a high-risk life on the streets; Luke Williams is a middle-aged man remodeling a former crack house after being homeless for several years; and James “Jack Rabbit” Jackson is a retired police officer struggling to save his neighborhood from crime after the local police station is dissolved. Through the stories of these men, the film unflinchingly reveals how hard it can be to build a future when everything seems to be crumbling around you.