- Sunday, February 27, 2011
- Isotope Comics presents
- Ted Naifeh’s Courtney Crumrin Live
with This Can’t End Well
- 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
- Upstairs Stage
A live multimedia exposition of the acclaimed Courtney Crumrin & The Night Things series of spooky all-ages graphic novels hosted by award-winning author/artist Ted Naifeh. Presented in traditional olde tyme radio play fashion, Courtney Crumrin Live fuses modern technological advancements with conventional storytelling, featuring Naifeh’s dapper team of Avant-Garde voice actors, massive rear-screen comic book panel recreations, and live foley work and music by string-informed neo-electric-skiffle band This Can’t End Well.
Noise Pop Culture Club ‘comics curator,’ James Sime: The man behind San Francisco’s celebrated Isotope - the comic book lounge, an innovative comic store on the bleeding edge of indy art. Known for his passion for outrageous SF culture, his love of Pachuco-styled suits and wild hair, and for his extensive knowledge of comic art, Sime brings his talent for creative mixology with emerging sequential artists and great music to Noise Pop 2011.