ChrusherComix Studios is the flagship banner for the sequential
artwork, writing, videos, graphic art projects and websites of Christopher
Galletta Stevens. The name Chrusher Comix is an acronym derived
from the author's long-running, previously unpublished comic - Chris'
Crusher Comics. Chris has produced (created, illustrated, colored,
and published) award-winning comic strips, comic books, graphic
novels, cartoons, children's books and graphic art for over twenty
years. In addition, he creates web banners, logos, DVDs, YouTube
videos, and has created and runs the following websites, and can
do similar websites, graphics and artwork for you!
We meet Senator Stephen D. Foule, who has a somewhat peculiar
relationship with a beautiful assistant, and his son, Ronald
S. Foule, while Chace and Neeja meet up with the M.E..
And don't forget about the interrelated but independent prelude
to the above graphic novel - ChrusherComix
"Classics". Started when the author was in high school
as a sketchbook with storyline, "Chris' Crusher Comics"
evolved into ChrusherComix, an ongoing comic book series filled
with largely comedy, action, and adventure. The above graphic novel
is the mature finale to the below series, but does not need the
original series to stand on its own.
Galletta's Karting Club is a free gas flathead kart racing league
that holds an annual points series via weekly races June through
October behind Galletta's Greenhouse in Oswego, New York. Established
in the early 1990s, we race professionally for backyard yard kart
prices. Most karting divisions cost a few grand to enter let alone
even competing for wins. Not us. We rebelled against the philosophy
of standard WKA-type rule sets and created a simple, easy and
set and method to keep the speeds close, competition closer,
and all while being the most affordable karting club in the area
and likely the country. Feel free to view any of our highlight
reel videos on YouTube. Entire races are available (complete
races in DVD quality are available on DVD for only $5 per disc).
Our karts are 1-Wheel-Drive
Gas Flathead racing karts - hybrid machines that are somewhat
between a racing flat kart and a yard kart, taking the best points
of both. Our motors are standard 5hp Briggs and Stratton L-Head/flathead
engines with gas stock carburetors, and the only racing mods are
non-slapper racing cams and shaved heads. We
run 45-60 laps every weekend June through September, and finish
our points season with our annual
200-Lap "Klassic" Championship, which we've run
since 1996. We have one class, equalizing weight differences by
weight and gearing, making everyone almost completely identical
in speed, forcing driver skill to decide the outcome, and not
money spent or craftiness cheating. With speeds close to most
racing classes (on a local
kartway, we timed less than a second slower than classes that
cost 10 times as much as ours), and the largest class in the area
(averaging between 8-15 karts topping at around 20-30 different
drivers a year while most other classes equal 3-10 with only around
3-15 different drivers per year), and by far the tightest competition
in the area (we average 6-12 different winners
per year and the closest points race in the area). We also have
the most experienced drivers in the area, with most of our drivers
having 5-20 years racing experience on our club that has existed
since 1990, while other baring divisions and tracks have existed
for less than 5 years. Judging by all of this, we believe that
we are the best competition for the dollar in any racing division
in the area and quite possibly the world. You can watch our races,
or join us by simply entering a race - all for free. We are not
a business, we are a not-for-profit backyard racing club - we
do all of this because we are all racers who want to race and
are not interested in making a buck or gaining worldwide fame
and fortune off of a hobby. For the full website, go here: Galletta's
Greenhouse Karting Club, Oswego New York.
Towner a free-to-read, family-friendly, all-ages comic strip
created in 1997 by Christopher Galletta Stevens as a family-friendly
super-deformed, miniaturized apparitions of his own ChrusherComix
characters in a cute little-kids format, with the main character
named after the author's favorite composer, John
Towner Williams. The webcomic debuted online in 2006 and an
anthology was printed in 2009.
This website contains all of Towner's comic strip adventures,
which are also collected in a new trade paperback. If you enjoy
the strip, please help the author by purchasing copies.
Basically, in addition to Chris and his wife being the photographers
for all of the pictures found on the website, it is also his seasonal
day job from February through July assisting his family in growing,
planting, watering and selling. We are open May through Summer
every year. Please support your local, family-run small businesses
- they are the staples of our economy on a micro and macro scale.
the website for directions.
Parental Advisory: The
below material is rated anywhere between PG to Rated-R.
CHRIS THE CRUSHER COMICS" ARCHIVE - A.K.A. CLASSIC CHRUSHERCOMIX:
Crusher Comics" is the interrelated, though interdependent prequel
comic book series to the above graphic novel.
The series innocently enough
started based in a high school setting in the late 1980s and early
1990s and is largely a character-driven comedy with slapstick
crafted with the focus of
gleeful humiliation via carefully
crafted violence and soul-destruction, morphing
secretly hidden elements of an epic story arc that stretches decades,
it is an exercise in precise plot progression over a long series.
The archived comic is an amateur "sketchbook with a storyline"
that the author created, wrote, and illustrated between 1988-1999
in his teens and twenties, with occasional retcon updates thrown
in when the author feels like building on the past stories or
tying up loose ends that he left for future coverage. It also
features fan-art comics by the author's friends, which the author
puts into the story as canon spin-offs of the series. It's just
fun, folks... and hell, if YOU wanted to join the cast, make a
character and story and pass it by the author... maybe - if you
"get" the author's intent and don't contradict the author
- you'll be the next character or story arc! That's how the story
was written, and what makes it infectious to those involved and
a unique slap in the face to today's era of now clichéd
postmodernism and de-constructionalism focusing on nonsensical
pop culture references and a thinly veiled hatred of traditional
political, economic and religious institutions guided by the politically
motivated biases of the Fabian socialists. This
unpublished comic book features mostly character-driven comedic
material with action/adventure subplots from the author's sketchbooks
and notebooks. Enjoy:
Winner of: 1st
place in The Empire State School Press Association's
"Best Cartoon of the Academic Year."1st & 2nd
Place three times in three years in The Syracuse
Newspapers Post-Standard Editorial Writing & Cartoon
created, wrote, and illustrated this unpublished amateur
comic book during my teenage and twenties from 1988 through
1999. This character-driven "sketchbook with a storyline"
was intended to be an action/adventure comedy for and about
teens and/or immature adults when the author was both. In
2005, it was reborn online as a free webcomic with some
Voted the greatest unpublished comic of all-time by the
handful of people who actually read the thing.
Expanded menu found here.
"Classic Crusher Comics"
starts in the late 1980s and early 1990s featuring a noble, justice-minded
lad known as "The Chrusher" in his teenage years in high school
and beyond with his heroic friends known as "The Conquerors" battling
against corrupt public school employees and a group of evil nerds,
'Roid-Ragin' bullies, and misfits known as "The Welforce." Filled
in these initial adventures were Chrusher himself, Mike Butski,
Ronald "The Cool Fool" Foule, Ian "The Brain" Babbler, Scott "The
Cow" Gangonia, RaYzor "The Hitman" Cadildo, Donald "The Obliterator"
Foule, Justin "The Grim Raker" Plankton, Keith "The Slasher" Clarkson,
Steven "The Barbarian Bond" Howeird, Jo-Jo Bunns Kibbles, and
a masked criminal dressed in chromed samurai armor known as King
Babah. The story continued through all of the 1990s with plenty
of humorous interludes with characters such as the angry Welphys,
and a gang of super-powered disabled ands handicapped people led
by "Bastard Buck" and Mr. Corrodedwithshitfaceman known as "The
Lunaticials." Over 1,200 free comic book and graphic novel pages
are available and non-contradictory 'retcon' material added as
Easter eggs to find within. It was Adult Swim nearly two decades
before it was on the air, except I was a kid in the late '80s
through mid '90s when I did them.
Tee and Wee is a children's book about two colorful aliens
who observe earth culture and determine that humans - young
ones in particular - are hurting themselves with poor diets
and a lack of adequate exercise. They plan to remedy the situation
via education, teaching young earthlings how to eat a balanced,
healthy diet and that exercise is very important to live a long,
healthy, happy life.
Tee & Wee was written by Robert
Buchanan and illustrated by Christopher Galletta Stevens.
The first edition is out-of-print, but the co-creators are in
the process of printing a second edition, which we will update
ChrusherComix (standing for "Chris The
Crusher Comics") began in 1988 as a sketchbook with a storyline
in high school. He has added chapters ever since, and it has
developed into the graphic novel presented on this website and
also in print. Enjoy.
The archive of every issue in the ChrusherComix Saga from 1988-current
and listed in chronological order here:
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