Bio: Narvasa , A Publisher, Designer & Artist. I created LO-FI comics and entertainment magazine. I started out as an illustrator wanting to draw comics; I didn't have the "IT" factor or consistancy, but I found a niche where I was computer coloring for comics for a few years. That eventually left a bad taste in my mouth so I left the comics idustry even though DC/Wildstorm offered me a colorist job. This led into a bunch of insane jobs, the worst and oddest of which was as a door-to-door salesman selling coupon promos for oil changes and resturants. Then dreadfully I went back to an old job, took sh*tty pay for about six months and then dramatically broke out from there and started BAD MUNKIE PRESS, my own design company. Six months later, LO-FI came to fruition, a month later issue #1 was in my hands February 2003. After eight issues the plug was pulled but the publisher in may 2006.
ABOUT LO-FI magazine
LO-FI comics & entertainment magazine has been spotlighted by the Miami Herald and City Link Magazine, listed as one of Star Telegram’s top 26 “Cultural Cool” magazines of 2004, and received raves and plugs on several radio stations. In little less than a year and with fewer than three issues under its belt, LO-FI has merged with larger publishing house Urban Robot and is due to relaunch in August 2005 with global distribution. It has been LO-FI’s mission to be “Where counter culture collides with pop culture,” covering hot new trends in clothes, anime, games, toys, and movies with a particular focus on Indie comic books & music. LO-FI, having been available on newsstands and in direct market comics stores since its inception, promises not to disappoint its new and larger readership. As long as culture is happening, LO-FI will be there to cover it and to impress its readers with wicked good articles.