Super F*ckers by James Kochalka

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"James Kochalka draws beautiful music.” -- Nicholas Gurewitch, creator of The Perry Bible Fellowship

"[Kochalka] brings the joy back to comics.” -- Frank Miller, creator of Sin City and 300

"Easily my favorite comic James Kochalka’s ever done.” -- Brandon Boyer, BoingBoing Offworld

"Sure to solve the oncoming energy crisis, Kochalka is an unrelenting force the world will find hard to deplete. ... SuperF*ckers, his unexpectedly adorably profane comic, refuses to leave any stick in the mud in a bad mood."-- Hi-Fructose

"Endearingly infantile... surprisingly poignant."-- The AV Club

"Probably the perfect superhero book, as it appeals as much to people who love superhero books as it does to people who absolutely hate them."-- J. Caleb Mozzocco, Las Vegas Weekly

"Secretly James Kochalka’s best comic? Nah, that’s not a secret."-- Joe "Jog"McCulloch, Comics Comics

SuperF*ckers collects all four fan-favorite issues of James Kochalka’s beloved series, plus the all-new Jack Krak one-shot! Foul-mouthed, filthy-minded, and completely oblivious, these young “heroes” do everything BUT fight crime – they’re too busy getting high, hazing the new kids, playing video games, scheming to be team leader, and designing new costumes.

A hilariously rude look at what super-powered teens would really be like, presented with Kochalka’s signature sweetness and charm, SuperF*ckers is an over-the-top super-sitcom with its mind in the gutter and its heart on its sleeve.

About James Kochalka

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James Kochalka lives in a very old house in the Old North End of Burlington, Vermont, with his beautiful wife, adventurous son, and very cranky cat. His comics have won four Ignatz Awards and one Harvey Award. His music drives parents crazy!From the Hardcover edition.
Published May 18, 2010 by Top Shelf Productions. 144 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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A superhero team book like no other, Kochalka's gleefully disjointed romp explores what a group of young, confused people with superpowers would probably actually do, which is to say what the ones without superpowers tend to do: spend all their time playing cruel social-hierarchy games, indulging...

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He uses crayon-like colors, with thin outlines and simple shapes, giving his art a childlike quality that plays nicely against the adult humor.

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