What? It's Friday again? That means its time for a new 30 MILES OF CRAZY! (#38)! This week: The Furry Issue... or YES, FURRIES STILL CREEP ME RIGHT OUT!
So... I went looking around the series of tubes that we humans call 'The Internet' for some way to promote my kind of funny little comic. How can I get my illustrated missive into other people's virtual hands? Hey Eyeballs, look over here towards my corner of the internet and such! So, I went looking at webcomic hubs in an attempt to find some way to reach a broader audience (...cuz, that's where the money is and I'm a greedy little miser!) I was a little unnerved to find that the few sites I found were mostly dedicated to furry/manga comics... which I have little to do with.
"Excuse me... I do a webcomic about living, drinking, insanity, despair, stories, and about some of the interesting characters that you meet in the city. Would you be interested in... "
"Does it have weirdly drawn men and women depicted as cartoon cats and dogs getting in to sexual and/or space adventures?"
Yes, Boys and Girls, it's that time again! It's Friday and time for another tru-ish tale of Colfax and the Mile High City. A new 30 MILES OF CRAZY! (#37)! This week: This is Colfax! ... or YES, MY THIRD EYE IS NOW SQUEEGEED QUITE CLEAN! THANK YOU!
So... You may have heard about Colorado's new booming industry: Marijuana, Cannaibis, Mary Jane, Jazz Cigarettes, etc. Yes, you cannot swing a dead cat anywhere in Denver without hitting six or seven dispensaries, and that is just along Colfax alone. FUN FACT: Dispensaries in Colorado actually now outnumber Starbucks close to two to one. Yes, It's true. This also means that the weed you are finding around the city is not your common street level skunk weed. No, it's pretty damn hippies with stars in their eyes pure. This also extends (even much more so) to edibles. It's insane.
Yep, it's Friday again and time for another tru-ish tale of Colfax and the Mile High City. A new 30 MILES OF CRAZY! (#36)! This week: Cheesman Park! ... or DINING WITH THE DEAD MEN!
Cheesman Park is another one of those odd ball (though quite lovely) places that you find around Denver. This was particularly easy for me, since it's only about two blocks from my place. You see, Cheesman is a remnant of Denver's pioneer cowboy past. Once on the far outskirts where few would venture, the 'city' grew up around it. It became infamous over a 100 years ago while being developed as a park because... well, it's a surprise, isn't it? Just read the comic.
It's Friday and time for another tru-ish tale of Colfax and the Mile High City. A new 30 MILES OF CRAZY! (#35)! This week: Isn't it Romantic? ... or A VALENTINE FROM COLFAX!
It's Valentine's Day on Colfax Avenue. What can go wrong??? This is another in a series of stories about Colfax that have been related to me. Buy me a drink, tell me a good story, and maybe a comic will come out of it...
Originally from Philadelphia and Boston (where he picked up the annoying habit of using "wicked" as an adjective), Karl Christian is the writer/artist of such comics as 'Angst Boy Comics', 'Sturm und Drang', 'Schadenfreude', as well as 'Byron' for SLG Publishing and other comical tragedies and drunken accounts for Modern Drunkard Magazine. Karl now lives in Denver, CO with a large collection of tiki mugs and a pair of cats that stalk him for food. He also hates writing about himself in the third person. It's creepy.
The largest comic convention in the Rocky Mountain region. Three days of full fledged full-on comic book panels, pros, and fans. All under the same roof. It's an event for an by comic book enthusiasts. You'll be able to meet face to face and via live feeds with dozens of comic book creators and get immersed in the latest information and developments from around the sequential art world and beyond.
SLG Publishing is proud to present its fifth Creator’s Studio seminar as we present a day-long series of panels and seminars on comics and their creation. End the day with an artist-in-residence seminar that includes a live drawing demonstration by our gallery’s March feature artist Karl Christian Krumpholz as well as portfolio reviews by SLG editors.