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Cover Date: October 1988
Cover Price: US $2.50
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Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue; 20 pages
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"Chrusher" must face the crazed student known as Scott "The Cow" - and the madness of his lethal rakes. Yes, I said rakes. But Cow is not the only foe that is lurking... a powerful enemy with an insatiable desire for inflicting pain is waiting in the wings for violent revenge! A digitally re-mastered collection of the "Crusher Comics" Mini-Issues #4-6 from 1988 printed for the very first time!
It is the year 1988, and a heroic young lad nicknamed "Chrusher" must face friends, foes, nerds, misfits, bullies, people of alternate lifestyle choices, and corrupt faculty members in his quest for normalcy and justice in a small but strange high school. That, um, will not happen in this book. This story is ****ed. (Please advise, this comic is suitable only for 14-and-up. I'd say higher, but a 14-year-old wrote and drew it).
Originally created, written and illustrated as a "Sketchbook with a Storyline", the series started in 1988 by the then-14-year-old creator and continued until roughly 2000. However, the series never saw publication until 2009 when the author found Ka-Blam.
This series is a direct precursor to 'Chrusher: End Cycle'. Although it is interrelated, it is meant to be interdependent. This means that the vast majority of the series could be considered canon, but can stand on its own as a separate series. Most of 'ChrusherComix Classics' contains humor with action and adventure, while 'Chrusher: End Cycle' takes more of a thriller vein with drama, and eroticism while keeping the action/adventure elements of the original 'Classics' series.
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