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Fancy Froglin's Sexy Forest (Fancy Froglin #1)
Fancy Froglin is an ineffably cute happy little frog that loves getting boners. He’s highly sexual yet purely innocent. And he loves bunnies. Most important, he’s really f-ing funny.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published September 15th 2003 by Alternative Comics
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I love Kochalka, but this one felt a bit underdeveloped. There is just not much happening here, apart from little Froglin getting and losing his boner. If that sounds like an absorbing read, I guess Fancy Froglin's Sexy Forest is for you. Not that there's anything wrong with that...
What a crazy cat that James Kochalka is. When he's not writing and drawing philisophical comics about whether making comics is an art, a craft, or a science, he might be doing daily four-panel journal strips depicting his trials and tribulations as a father, husband, and cartoonist. Or, he might do a goofy comic about a frog with a boner who has a friend who's a rabbit. Who the heck knows. This isn't my favorite Kochalka project, but I did laugh out loud. Here's to you, James Kochalka!
totally awesome, totally childish humor. James Kochalka tells the story of a horny frog and his misadventures with his boner. A real treat if your a somewhat pervert, but I total joy if you're a total pervert. The color scheme is very enjoyable. Also the author photo is the best one I've ever seen.
Totally inappropriate James Kochalka humor. Although bright, colorful, and with cutely drawn animal characters, don't let the cover fool ya. Fancy's got a boner the whole time, and the goings-on of said boner is pretty much the plot line of Fancy's shallow life. Still funny. One big, simple, colorful froggy boner joke. Ribbit.
James Kochalka is an American comic book artist and writer, and rock musician. His comics are noted for their blending of the real and the surreal. Largely autobiographical, Kochalka's cartoon expression of the world around him includes such real-life characters as his wife, children, cat, friends and colleagues, but always filtered through his own observations and flights of whimsy. In March 2011 ...moreMore about James Kochalka...