SuperF*ckers

Created by James Kochalka.
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See the original comic here.

SuperF***ers Finale episode #12 "Chug the Drug" Ultra Richard and Orange Lightning help Jack find a new appreciation for everyone’s favorite slime ball, Grotus. Meanwhile, Vortex must fix his Time Capsule before Jack’s elbow ruins everything forever.

May 24, 2013

SuperF***ers Finale episode #12

"Chug the Drug"

Ultra Richard and Orange Lightning help Jack find a new appreciation for everyone’s favorite slime ball, Grotus. Meanwhile, Vortex must fix his Time Capsule before Jack’s elbow ruins everything forever.

"The Hero’s Destiny" While fantasizing about his ideal role on the team, Computer Fist receives advice from Ultra Richard about how to make the most of his super power. And with a concussing conclusion you can’t miss Subscribe to SuperF***ers for more episodes every Friday

May 10, 2013

"The Hero’s Destiny"
While fantasizing about his ideal role on the team, Computer Fist receives advice from Ultra Richard about how to make the most of his super power. And with a concussing conclusion you can’t miss

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top-shelf-comix: A tribute to James Kochalka’s American Elf (which ends tomorrow) by the wonderful Norwegian cartoonist Jason. Meanwhile, we’re continuing to work with James to roll out the remastered digital editions of American Elf with new covers, for Comixology, Apple iBooks, ComicsPlus by iVerse, etc. - the latest one is American Elf 2005. And we can’t wait to see where he goes from here!

December 31, 2012

top-shelf-comix:

A tribute to James Kochalka’s American Elf (which ends tomorrow) by the wonderful Norwegian cartoonist Jason.
Meanwhile, we’re continuing to work with James to roll out the remastered digital editions of American Elf with new covers, for Comixology, Apple iBooks, ComicsPlus by iVerse, etc. - the latest one is American Elf 2005.
And we can’t wait to see where he goes from here!

top-shelf-comix:

A tribute to James Kochalka’s American Elf (which ends tomorrow) by the wonderful Norwegian cartoonist Jason.

Meanwhile, we’re continuing to work with James to roll out the remastered digital editions of American Elf with new covers, for Comixology, Apple iBooks, ComicsPlus by iVerse, etc. - the latest one is American Elf 2005.

And we can’t wait to see where he goes from here!

It Was 42 Months Ago Today (More or Less) Do you know if James Kochalka has ever given any thought to a Superf*ckers series or feature? (I’d think Adult Swim would’ve been all over the series.) I’d love to hear if he and Top Shelf are interested. That was in an email from me to Chris Staros at Top Shelf Productions way back on May 21, 2009. I’m gratified all of us - Frederator, Top Shelf, and James - remained so persistent in getting a SuperF*ckers cartoon made, especially after having been turned down by every network and his sister. It’s taken 3 1/2 years to get to today’s premiere, but it was well worth it. — Eric P.S. Thanks to Eric Robles for turning us onto SuperF*ckers in the first place.

November 30, 2012

It Was 42 Months Ago Today (More or Less)

Do you know if James Kochalka has ever given any thought to a Superf*ckers series or feature? (I’d think Adult Swim would’ve been all over the series.) I’d love to hear if he and Top Shelf are interested.

That was in an email from me to Chris Staros at Top Shelf Productions way back on May 21, 2009. I’m gratified all of us - Frederator, Top Shelf, and James - remained so persistent in getting a SuperF*ckers cartoon made, especially after having been turned down by every network and his sister.
It’s taken 3 1/2 years to get to today’s premiere, but it was well worth it.
— Eric
P.S. Thanks to Eric Robles for turning us onto SuperF*ckers in the first place.

It Was 42 Months Ago Today (More or Less)

Do you know if James Kochalka has ever given any thought to a Superf*ckers series or feature? (I’d think Adult Swim would’ve been all over the series.) I’d love to hear if he and Top Shelf are interested.

That was in an email from me to Chris Staros at Top Shelf Productions way back on May 21, 2009. I’m gratified all of us - Frederator, Top Shelf, and James - remained so persistent in getting a SuperF*ckers cartoon made, especially after having been turned down by every network and his sister.

It’s taken 3 1/2 years to get to today’s premiere, but it was well worth it.

— Eric

P.S. Thanks to Eric Robles for turning us onto SuperF*ckers in the first place.

I don’t wanna hear that we don’t love you guys. Not when we’re bringing you presents like THIS! Check out the first clip of FINAL animation from the upcoming SuperF*ckers series! Then, go subscribe so you don’t miss it when it comes out at Cartoon Hangover! - Carrie

October 13, 2012

I don’t wanna hear that we don’t love you guys. Not when we’re bringing you presents like THIS! Check out the first clip of FINAL animation from the upcoming SuperF*ckers series! Then, go subscribe so you don’t miss it when it comes out at Cartoon Hangover! - Carrie

Congratulations, James Our good pal and SuperF*ckers creator James Kochalka will be returning to Vermont from San Diego Comic-Con one Eisner Award heavier after last night’s ceremony honoring the best in American comic books. His book, Dragon Puncher 2: Dragon Puncher Island (“visually engaging and exceedingly goofy,” says the City Book Review), is this year’s winner in the Best Publication for Early Readers category. You’re our hero, James. Picture courtesy of James’s publisher, Top Shelf Productions.

July 14, 2012

Congratulations, James
Our good pal and SuperF*ckers creator James Kochalka will be returning to Vermont from San Diego Comic-Con one Eisner Award heavier after last night’s ceremony honoring the best in American comic books. His book, Dragon Puncher 2: Dragon Puncher Island (“visually engaging and exceedingly goofy,” says the City Book Review), is this year’s winner in the Best Publication for Early Readers category. You’re our hero, James.
Picture courtesy of James’s publisher, Top Shelf Productions.

Congratulations, James

Our good pal and SuperF*ckers creator James Kochalka will be returning to Vermont from San Diego Comic-Con one Eisner Award heavier after last night’s ceremony honoring the best in American comic books. His book, Dragon Puncher 2: Dragon Puncher Island (“visually engaging and exceedingly goofy,” says the City Book Review), is this year’s winner in the Best Publication for Early Readers category. You’re our hero, James.

Picture courtesy of James’s publisher, Top Shelf Productions.

GUH! Did you miss the TopShelf panel with James Kochalka at San Diego Comic Con? Well, you’re in luck, my friends! We are still posting a hilarious clip, just for you. Keep in mind, it’s still in production - no music or sound effects. But we still find it pretty darn funny. I hope it gets you as excited to see the final product as we are! This clip features the voices of: David Faustino as Jack Krak Ted Biaselli as Wonder Kyle James Kochalka as Grotus 

July 14, 2012

GUH! Did you miss the TopShelf panel with James Kochalka at San Diego Comic Con? Well, you’re in luck, my friends! We are still posting a hilarious clip, just for you. Keep in mind, it’s still in production - no music or sound effects. But we still find it pretty darn funny.

I hope it gets you as excited to see the final product as we are!

This clip features the voices of:
David Faustino as Jack Krak
Ted Biaselli as Wonder Kyle
James Kochalka as Grotus 

What the F*ck is SuperF*ckers So we told you about our original series, Bravest Warriors last week. This week, I want to tell you all about our other Cartoon Hangover series, SuperF*ckers.  SuperF*ckers follows the the daily life of a team of teenage superheroes. It’s exactly what you’d expect  - they drink, they smoke, they curse like sailors, and they all fight each other to be team leader. I said teenage superheroes - what were you expecting? There is a whole team of these wackos that you’ll meet, as well as wanna be superheroes waiting to try out, Omnizod the Lord of Dimension Zero, Grotus the… well, I’m not sure what he is, and Shitstorm!  Created by James Kochalka, of American Elf fame, we’ve been huge fans of this four-book comic series for ages. We tried our darndest to get it made into something big, but surprisingly, we were having a hard time getting the movie and television bigwigs to pick up a show called SuperF*ckers, so we decided that we’d do something even bigger - the Internet. Late this fall you’ll be able to catch this series on our YouTube channel, Cartoon Hangover. In the mean time, we have SO MUCH stuff to share with you. We want you to meet James and our producer/director, Fran Krause. We also have some pretty awesome folks working on the show and a SUPER COOL cast. Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel now so you don’t miss any of the behind the scenes footage that we share, and also follow us on tumblr, Facebook, or twitter so that you don’t miss our blog posts profiling all of these great folks and sharing exclusive photos, footage and exciting news.  Speaking of exciting news, you should definitely follow us today, cos we might have some! (wink wink, nudge nudge). Also follow the Cartoon Hangover YouTube, tumblr, twitter and facebook because we have even more awesome cartoons coming your way. - Carrie

July 12, 2012

What the F*ck is SuperF*ckers
So we told you about our original series, Bravest Warriors last week. This week, I want to tell you all about our other Cartoon Hangover series, SuperF*ckers. 
SuperF*ckers follows the the daily life of a team of teenage superheroes. It’s exactly what you’d expect  - they drink, they smoke, they curse like sailors, and they all fight each other to be team leader. I said teenage superheroes - what were you expecting? There is a whole team of these wackos that you’ll meet, as well as wanna be superheroes waiting to try out, Omnizod the Lord of Dimension Zero, Grotus the… well, I’m not sure what he is, and Shitstorm! 
Created by James Kochalka, of American Elf fame, we’ve been huge fans of this four-book comic series for ages. We tried our darndest to get it made into something big, but surprisingly, we were having a hard time getting the movie and television bigwigs to pick up a show called SuperF*ckers, so we decided that we’d do something even bigger - the Internet. Late this fall you’ll be able to catch this series on our YouTube channel, Cartoon Hangover.
In the mean time, we have SO MUCH stuff to share with you. We want you to meet James and our producer/director, Fran Krause. We also have some pretty awesome folks working on the show and a SUPER COOL cast. Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel now so you don’t miss any of the behind the scenes footage that we share, and also follow us on tumblr, Facebook, or twitter so that you don’t miss our blog posts profiling all of these great folks and sharing exclusive photos, footage and exciting news. 
Speaking of exciting news, you should definitely follow us today, cos we might have some! (wink wink, nudge nudge). Also follow the Cartoon Hangover YouTube, tumblr, twitter and facebook because we have even more awesome cartoons coming your way.
- Carrie

What the F*ck is SuperF*ckers

So we told you about our original series, Bravest Warriors last week. This week, I want to tell you all about our other Cartoon Hangover series, SuperF*ckers

SuperF*ckers follows the the daily life of a team of teenage superheroes. It’s exactly what you’d expect  - they drink, they smoke, they curse like sailors, and they all fight each other to be team leader. I said teenage superheroes - what were you expecting? There is a whole team of these wackos that you’ll meet, as well as wanna be superheroes waiting to try out, Omnizod the Lord of Dimension Zero, Grotus the… well, I’m not sure what he is, and Shitstorm! 

Created by James Kochalka, of American Elf fame, we’ve been huge fans of this four-book comic series for ages. We tried our darndest to get it made into something big, but surprisingly, we were having a hard time getting the movie and television bigwigs to pick up a show called SuperF*ckers, so we decided that we’d do something even bigger - the Internet. Late this fall you’ll be able to catch this series on our YouTube channel, Cartoon Hangover.

In the mean time, we have SO MUCH stuff to share with you. We want you to meet James and our producer/director, Fran Krause. We also have some pretty awesome folks working on the show and a SUPER COOL cast. Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel now so you don’t miss any of the behind the scenes footage that we share, and also follow us on tumblr, Facebook, or twitter so that you don’t miss our blog posts profiling all of these great folks and sharing exclusive photos, footage and exciting news. 

Speaking of exciting news, you should definitely follow us today, cos we might have some! (wink wink, nudge nudge). Also follow the Cartoon Hangover YouTube, tumblr, twitter and facebook because we have even more awesome cartoons coming your way.

- Carrie