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Letter to Meathaus: L2C

Letter to Meathaus: L2C

Letter to Meathaus: L2C

Letter to Meathaus: L2C

Letter to Meathaus: L2C

Letter to Meathaus: L2C

Letter to Meathaus: L2C

Letter to Meathaus: L2C

Lin Shih Chiang sent Meathaus a package from Taipei City with comics and art zines, Roach in My Pants and Monster Movie, a sticker and a letter that reads:

“Hello!
My name is L2C. Artist from Taiwan. I followed Meathaus for a long time, and I like it a lot! These are my zine. I like to share with you please enjoy! Any suggestions please do not hesitate to let me know! Thank you. 2014.10.5 L2C.”

Awesome zines, L2C. Thanks for sending them around the world. The Monster Movie zine has funny paintings of monster situations. My favorite are the men in lab coats eating sushi off of an alien corpse and the buff mermaids. And the cyclops looking for glasses. Roach in My Pants has a lot of one, two and three pager comics and drawings often done in different styles. All of this is weird and funny. See more immediately on Tumblr and blog.

Letter to Meathaus: Michael Givrato

Letter to Meathaus: Michael Giurato

Letter to Meathaus: Michael Giurato

Letter to Meathaus: Michael Giurato

Letter to Meathaus: Michael Giurato

Michael Giurato sent Meathaus a drawing zine called Officerated and an illuminated letter that reads:

“Dear Meathaus,
Please find enclosed my first ever zine, Officerated. I drew all the pictures myself on post-it notes at work because I am a bad employee and offices are boring. Hope you enjoy!…”

While I’m not sure you wont regret having me type that above sentence up and posting on the Internet along with your full name, I’m sure I can say “thanks” for this sweet custom meat house drawing. Keep up the doodling. My favorite thing to do when I was on the clock at some kind of retail/service job was to take a dump. Earning by dumping is excellent work if you can get it. See more Michael art here.

Letter to Meathaus: Max Temescu

Letter to Meathaus: Max Temescu

Letter to Meathaus: Max Temescu

Letter to Meathaus: Max Temescu

Letter to Meathaus: Max Temescu

Max Temescu sent Meathaus some postcards and a comic book that he adapted from a Michael Swanwick story called The Very Pulse of the Machine and a letter that reads:

“Hello Meathaus,
I was just reading through an old anthology you put out and I realized I’d never sent you anything. So here is some stuff I’ve made this past year. Thanks for letting me know about other cool art and comics.
Sincerely,
Max Temescu
temescuart.com

For sure, Max. And thanks for the book. This comic is about this lady who survives a rover crash on another planet while her co-pilot does not. She has to try to get back to the lander before her oxygen runs out but still decides to try to drag the corpse back out of respect for her friend. Then there are voices and some supernatural stuff happens that builds to a freaky end and there are these semi-transparent sheets in the book that are integrated into the storytelling. Very custom job. Check out more Temescu on Temescuart

Meathaus at Locust Moon Comics Fest Tomorrow Saturday 25th

Meathaus at Locust Moon Comics Fest Tomorrow Saturday 25th

This super fun pile of books is only about half of the selection of stuff that will be sitting on the Meathaus table waiting for you tomorrow at the Locust Moon Comics Fest here in Philly. New in the photo are the Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo art book and my new Dogs and Cats mini comic with dumb dogs and cats gags in it (read that online here then buy it at the fest for two bucks). The Adventure Time book will go for cover price ($35) but I will be there to sign it to you if you like with variations on the three drawings I practiced which are pretty much Finn screaming, Jake screaming and Lemongrab screaming. Oh yeah Lumpy Space Princess screaming, I can do that too. See you there.