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‘Nightlife Noir’ Explores New York City Club Culture In Comic Book Form

Por: Forbes Life September 14, 2021

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Nightlife Noir Courtesy of Jack Mulqueen As New York City nightlife reemerges from a long pandemic-induced slumber, the industry is getting a first-of-its-kind, full-color comic anthology centered entirely around the sundown debauchery of the city that never sleeps. The brainchild of DJ and hospitality entrepreneur Jack Mulqueen of the wildly popular , Nightlife Noir comprises two 32-page comic books with stories contributed by six different... + full article



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