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Comic Books + Munchie Machine = Comics Con Carne

Comics and the Munchie Machine
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Not counting Apple product releases, lately nothing makes Angelenos geek out more than comic books and food trucks. Tomorrow, the Comics Con Carne event at Golden Apple on Melrose combines the two for an ultra-cool geek fest. Comic book creators, including up-and-coming indie artists Scott Koblish, Nico Colaleo and Carly Mizzou, will be sketching and talking about their art, while dazzling the crowd with their knowledge of obscure comic book trivia. Art and comics will be for sale, too. The Munchie Machine will roll up to feed the masses, and tunes will be spun by Zipp Zyklon and Nick the Ring.

Curated by Mizzou, this is the first in (hopefully) a monthly series of comic book artists and food trucks. Admission is free.

Comics Con Carne
Golden Apple Comics
7018 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles
Tomorrow (June 6) from 11 am-3 pm