- Author:James Kochalka
- Publisher:Alternative Comics (November 10, 2002)
- Pages:168 pages
- Subcategory:Graphic Novels
- FB2 format1568 kb
- ePUB format1524 kb
- DJVU format1950 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Magic Boy wanders drunkenly through a hallucinogenic nightmare world of Cancer Robots, softball showdowns.
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Fantastic Butterflies book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Fantastic Butterflies. by. James Kochalka (Illustrations).
James Kochalka (born May 26, 1967 in Springfield, Vermont) is an American comic book artist and writer, and rock musician. His comics are noted for their blending of the real and the surreal.
James Kochalka: The first Cartoonist Laureate of Vermont, James created the long-running American Elf daily comic. He's the author and illustrator of several popular children's books, including Johnny Boo, Dragon Puncher and Peanutbutter & Jeremy. James won the Eisner award in 2012.
Последние твиты от James Kochalka (@the kochalka). The first Cartoonist Laureate of Vermont. Eisner, Ignatz, and Harvey award winner. Rock star, video game designer, wild berry picker.
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James Kochalka (Kochalka, James). used books, rare books and new books. Find all books by 'James Kochalka' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'James Kochalka'. Alternative Comics by Craig Thompson, James Kochalka, Theo Ellsworth, Grant Snider, David Lasky, Sam Henderson, Sam Alden, Allison Cole, Noah Van Sciver, Andy Ristaino. ISBN 9781934460061 (978-1-934460-06-1) Alternative Comics, 2013. ISBN 9781891867187 (978-1-891867-18-7) Softcover, Alternative Comics, 2002.
A book abou. antastic butterflies? In all my years as a reader, I had never heard about James Kochalka. One day I ran into Fantastic Butterflies (Alternative Comics, 2002) in my local library. I quite liked the art of it but did not open it at that time. I saw it on other occasions, but I thought it was only a children’s book about, I don’t know, maybe I was being too literal, about fantastic butterflies. For many times, I left it unopened. It was the cover, picturing two girls cheering and jumping, that gave me the wrong idea
Fantastic Butterflies. Despite the book's random nature, the story moves quickly and gracefully. Publishers Weekly,Like much of Kochalka's work, this is a series of intertwined episodes that progresses linearly but without much plot. Readers follow Amy and Josh, pals and superheroes of sorts (the Fantastic Butterflies of the title), and Magic Boy, Amy's husband, who sports a Vulcan's pointy ears. Magic Boy warps himself a few hours into the future to the aforementioned softball game/party, while Amy and Josh bake a cake. Birdy takes New Guy to the hospital and professes her love for him, and the Fantastic Butterflies take Magic Boy dancing.