ChrusherComix Studios is the flagship banner for the sequential artwork, writing, videos, graphic art projects and websites of Christopher Galletta Stevens. The name Chrusher Comix is an acronym derived from the author's long-running, previously unpublished comic - Chris' Crusher Comics. Chris has produced (created, illustrated, colored, and published) award-winning comic strips, comic books, graphic novels, cartoons, children's books and graphic art for over twenty years. In addition, he creates web banners, logos, DVDs, YouTube videos, and has created and runs the following websites, and can do similar websites, graphics and artwork for you!
ChrusherComix Studios is the sole designer and webmaster for the following websites and producer of all photos, videos, and artwork therein (unless noted): Chrusher - Comic Books & Graphic Novels, The Adventures of Towner & Friends - Comic Strip and Book, and Galletta's Greenhouse and Galletta's Go-Kart Racing Club websites.
|Comic book and interrelated graphic novel. Over 1,000 sample pages available to read on the website for free and buy in print.||YouTube videos documenting our free karting club & backyard dirt speedway located behind Galletta's Greenhouse. Hundreds of free-to-watch videos, pictures, stats, and race descriptions on the website.||Finest flowers & plants for the cheapest prices in Oswego, NY. Directions and hundreds of free to view pictures and useful info. The site is an example of our photography and usage.||Comic Strip & Compilation. Hundreds of sample strips available to read on the website for free and buy in print.|
If you need a quick and affordable banner or logo such as the websites and logos found here for your website, or just a quick and descriptive website itself, one can be done for an affordable price, sometimes for absolutely free. Pricing for similar work? Go here.
*** WARNING - UNPAID CUSTOMER LISTING: ChrusherComix Studios no longer does finished work before pay thanks to fine customers like Oswego Kartway, who not only did not pay for logos and banners used for one full season, but also mocked and threatened the artist, his family and friends.