Something Terrible is now available for download. This is the true story the above image, You’ll Be Safe Here, comes from. I spent the last year working on this, and I think it’s the best thing I’ve ever done with comics.
Please share everywhere. There are people out there who need this story.
This is in a new anthology by Chainsaw Comics! I’m already thinking about a story to include in the next one - the theme is “Crazy.”
Are comics serious literature?
one of my favorites.
Hello Internet! Team Craw (me and Lillie) is giving a really cool talk/zine instructional THIS MONDAY, May 6th at the SE PCC campus.
We will be leading some exercises in writing and mark making and teaching how to collaborate through the medium of zines.
It is free and open to the public. It is from 9am to 11am. It is going to be RAD!!!!!!!!!!!!
i suggest you go to this if you can. if you can’t, that poster is amazing.
Chainsaw Guy (a guy I know from the message boards on my old comic strip American Elf) finally met me in person at the Stumptown Comics Festival, and then drew a strip about it.
James Kochalka posted my comic!
Hey Tumblr! I will be looking around Tumblr to find the freshest, coolest stuff out there for this year’s Best American Comics anthology! Reblog this post so I can know to check out your work! Also, get ready for the reblog contest of the year! One randomly selected user who reblogs this will GET THEIR ACTUAL WORK SHOWN IN THE BOOK!!!! THIS IS NOT A JOKE!!!!!!
I’ve decided to believe this is real.
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Hey tumblr, sorry I’ve been ignoring you lately. I have another comic from class I had been planning to finish before I posted, but I’ll just scan it and post it as is sometime soon. To make it up to you, here’s my American Elf tribute comic.
I drew this on December 31st, the day James Kochalka ended his 14 year run on American Elf (commonly considered the first journal comic, except for by a few people who are very wrong).
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Here’s another class assignment. We were told to choose a song, poem, movie, or whatever and adapt it into a comic. Obviously I chose a song, and went with A Boy Named Sue (written by Shel Silverstein and made famous by Johnny Cash). You can read the finished five page comic over at Chainsaw Comics.
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