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Parting Shot: James Kochalka’s Final Installment of ‘American Elf’
Parting Shot: James Kochalka’s Final Installment of ‘American Elf’
As reported earlier this month, writer/artist James Kochalka is ending American Elf, his daily four-panel "sketchbook diary" comic, after a 14 year run. With 2012 winding down, we thought it best that ComicsAlliance's last post of the year showcase the final installment of this fun, compelling, and often thought provoking series...
James Kochalka’s ‘American Elf’ Is Coming To An End After 14 Years
James Kochalka’s ‘American Elf’ Is Coming To An End After 14 Years
Unless you count those Silver Age stories where Superman writes his memoirs in a giant golden book in the dead language of the planet Krypton, I've never been a huge fan of diary comics. The one exception has always been American Elf, the long-running "sketchbook diary" that James Kochalka has been doing every day for more than fourteen years...
James Kochalka’s ‘Digital Elf’ Chiptunes Album Out on iTunes
James Kochalka’s ‘Digital Elf’ Chiptunes Album Out on iTunes
Your attention, chiptunes fans: Comics creator James Kochalka has released "Digital Elf," the newest album of his band James Kochalka Superstar, on iTunes. Kochalka, who publishes the daily webcomic "American Elf" and Top Shelf books like "Johnny Boo" and "Superf*ckers," created the album on the Game Boy Advance using the music sequencer program Nanoloop...