Posts Tagged ‘Fantastic Four’

Page 4 – Chris Hoium

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

Chris Hoium was one of the founding members of Buyer Beware Comics and the creator of Monkey Gives it Up. He’s a prolific artist, but is reluctant to show off his mad skills for fear of exploding the world with his awesomeness. He recently moved to Nebraska with his wife to keep the world safe.

Page 7 – Patrick Kain

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Pat Kain is a cartoonist and friend of Jason’s whose enthusiasm for the medium of comics is inspiring. Pat has done a variety of mini comics and has contributed art to many publications including Taffy Hips, The Buyer Beware Anthology, Purge, and Your Turkish Guidebook.

Pat’s work can be found at his blog, pbkain.com.

Page 10 – Anders Nilsen

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009

Anders Nilsen is an illustrator and comic creator living in Chicago, IL. He is best known for his works Big Questions, Dogs and Water, and Monologues For the Coming Plague.

Considering the downbeat tone of Nilsen’s comics, Jason was pleasantly surprised to find this recreation to be full of sight gags and humor. The image of Mr. Fantastic riding a trike was well worth the cost of the commission.

Anders Nilsen can be found online at andersbrekhusnilsen.com.

Page 17 – James Kochalka

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

James Kochalka is one of the most awesome human beings on the planet. Not only did he provide the page above, he colored it. For fun. For fun!

Kochalka is a prolific cartoonist with a huge body of work that includes Mokey vs. Robot, Peanut Butter and Jeremy, Super F*ckers and Johnny Boo. And of course, there is his daily autobiographical cartoon, American Elf, which can be found at Kochalka’s website, www.americanelf.com.

In addition to all this awesomeness, Kochalka is a fucking rockstar. Do yourself a favor and buy any and all albums from James Kochalka Superstar.

Page 16 – Eric Shonborn

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

Eric Shonborn drew this. Eric Shonborn is writing this. He is very uncomfortable writing about himself. He is a friend of Jason’s, and felt honored to be the first “real” person to be asked to contribute. Eric Shonborn thinks this page is a gigantic piece of crap, but whattayagonnado?

Eric Shonborn hosts a podcast called Gutter Trash with Jason Young that can be found at www.guttertrash.net.

You can also find more of Eric’s art at www.shonborn.net, but why would you want to? You should listen to the podcast, though.