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While you dig through the archives, don’t forget this reminder that ChrusherComix are available online for your enjoyment. But if you like them, and are a comic collector, why not help out the author and buy his books in print at IndyPlanet!

The humble beginnings of the epic ChrusherComix!

Chris’ Crusher Comics – also known as ChrusherComix for short – began in September 1988 when fourteen year old Chris Stevens doodled a sketchbook with a storyline to amuse himself and friends at school. It was boredom, youthful creativity, a desire to impress/amuse his friends with his cartooning abilities he had since a young boy, and a love for animated cartoons (such as Transformers and G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero from the mid-’80s), comic books (back then, a lot of Spider-Man, X-Men, Punisher, and G.I. Joe from the late-’80s – where artists such as Todd McFarlane, Jim Lee, Art Adams and Marc Silvestri along with writers such as Larry Hama, Chris Claremont and Peter David all deeply inspired and influenced him), and comic strips (most notably, Bill Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes) all combined birthed this. Basically, it was for fun and not very serious, but with each page it grew in popularity.

In 2004-05, while also working on his 1st published book (Tee & Wee – Health & Nutrition for Young Earthlings, co-created with and written by Robert Buchanan), I with putting all of my hundreds and hundreds of comics online, including my golden oldies. Problem was, although the later ones were well-drawn and had several different developing plotlines and epic story arcs, the early ones had poor art and somewhat plotless character-driven comedic violence set in a high school setting. Most people never got by these initial pages. Will you?

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