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inkdick365:

#052 RIP Spandy
Journal comics are magical things. You get to know the artist and their life and the people/animals in it so well that when something like this happens, it can hit pretty hard as if it’s happening to you.
Godzuki and Gelyte are pushing around 17 years or so now. I hope they have a few more good years left in ‘em.

inkdick365:

#052 RIP Spandy

Journal comics are magical things. You get to know the artist and their life and the people/animals in it so well that when something like this happens, it can hit pretty hard as if it’s happening to you.

Godzuki and Gelyte are pushing around 17 years or so now. I hope they have a few more good years left in ‘em.

birdilicious:

Weird work #doodle of James #kolchalka #superstar singing #beyonce

Fan art of me signing my song Beyonce.

birdilicious:

Weird work #doodle of James #kolchalka #superstar singing #beyonce

Fan art of me signing my song Beyonce.

timecowboy:

artist/cartoonist trading cards part #3! 

timecowboy:

artist/cartoonist trading cards part #3! 

timecowboy:

You should read American Elf by James Kochalka too, it’s a real adventure. It’s also one of the reasons i started this whole thing. 

Great American Elf tribute!  And thanks for reading, and liking, my strip.

timecowboy:

You should read American Elf by James Kochalka too, it’s a real adventure. It’s also one of the reasons i started this whole thing. 

Great American Elf tribute!  And thanks for reading, and liking, my strip.

wafflescomics:

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A sweet little American Elf tribute that I stumbled across.

mhall12901:

Ideas for American Elf comic strips
2012

American Elf is a strip by Vermont cartoonist laureate James Kochalka.  The strip is a sort of daily diary of Kochalka’s life, and in my head it was funny to ignore that fact and treat it as if it were a totally fictional strip and offer some advice on how to make it better, an idea inspired by some of the more mundane strips

I envisioned starting a blog where I would write up, scan and post my ideas for James to peruse, but I worried that it would be taken too seriously and offend more than it was intended to (as is the case with most of the jokes I make), so I slept on it.  However, American Elf is over (although James is still very active), so why not share it?  Maybe James will become inspired to resurrect the strip.

"James Did you ever see Puppet Master 5?"  

No.  No I have not.

This comic of mine is bumping around tumblr, so I might as well reblog it myself.

This comic of mine is bumping around tumblr, so I might as well reblog it myself.

(Source: coffee-for-two)

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.

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.

American Elf affected people’s lives in ways I will never know.  Here, Matthew Jent writes about how the strip caused him to move to Vermont.

American Elf affected people’s lives in ways I will never know.  Here, Matthew Jent writes about how the strip caused him to move to Vermont.