Sunday, December 12, 2010

Suitable Cases Part Two: Pages 3 & 4

Suitable Cases pg. 13
Suitable Cases pg. 14
More pages of Suitable Cases?! Why, yes, I'm shocked my own self. Please do enjoy them, and know that more are forthcoming. As to the work from the Twin Peaks show; once it is back in my hot little hands, it will find its way to your retinas. Until then, thanks for tuning in.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010


So those pieces from the aforementioned Twin Peaks show might be a little while in coming. I just had to turn in my computer to the Apple Store for what will hopefully be a speedy and not-so-costly recovery. I suppose I'll see everyone in a week or two. Try not to burn the place down in my absence.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Without Chemicals, He Points

Friends! Compatriots! Well-wishers! I hope you will join me this Friday in raising a cup of coffee to the greatest television show of all time! That's right, Guapo Comics and Coffee is hosting a Twin Peaks themed art show! Do please stop by. I will have my pieces up for all to see sometime later this week.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Suitable Cases Part Two

Suitable Cases pg. 11
Suitable Cases pg. 12
Thrilling the hearts and boiling the brains of at least half a dozen people, Suitable Cases has made it's "triumphant" return! I will be updating two pages at a time on a semi-regular (read: I will not die before I complete this) basis. There is some work for a show on the way (and more on that later), but apart from that and the day job, it will be beamed into your occular receivers in a timely manner.

It feels good to get back to the old girl; she's been boring a hole in my head for some little while now. I hope you'll stick it out with me, as this story is probably going to be a tad weird.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

The Cabinet Goes Deeper

As promised, here are the remaining two illustrations I completed for the Curiosity Cabinet show at Pony Club. I hope they provide you with more than a modicum of enjoyment.

Back to dreaming up comics scripts and running another marathon through Twin Peaks.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Curiosity Cabinet

The above image is one of three that will be appearing this Thursday at the delightful Pony Club Gallery. Please feel free to drop on by for libations and ocular activities. Those of you that can't quite make it will be able to view the other two images online in mere days. Days I tell you! The showcard:
Who needs to update more? It's this guy!

Friday, May 21, 2010

You Will Find That Their Minds Rarely Move in a Line

Ladies and gentlemen, my warmest thanks for your grace and patience. Without further ado:
Periodic Tables is once again open for business.

For all of your Graham Kahler comics needs; ointments, ungents and salves for your eyes and for your soul, visit Periodic Tables today! The following comics are now up for sale:
Blunderbuss no. 1, featuring the stories: Avenues of Teeth, Dream From October, Songbirds, and Eyes in a Field.

The brand new Blunderbuss no. 2, with the stories: Rosalie Rhains, On the Air, Suitable Cases (part one), and the never before seen Hand Sown.

And Teeny Little Super Bean: an anthropological study of the elusive Teeny Little Super Bean, otherwise known as Rebecca.

If any of these periodicals strike your fancy, stop on by the shop and check them out.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Like a Sales Force Into the Night

Just two of the ten images currently up at Guapo Comics and Coffee for the month. The solo show was a huge success, and you can scope it out in its entirety over on my flickr. Thanks to everybody who came out; and to those of you who stopped by the table at Stumptown. I'm still a bit dizzy from not having a mountain of work to do, but expect more updates and comics for sale in the nearest of futures.

Special thanks to friends Tom Neely (sadly, not in picture), Julia Gfrörer, Sean Christensen (Awesome But True), and Franklin (official table baby of Stumptown Comics Fest '10). I would never have had such a delightful time, much less a table to sit at, without you guys.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Electricity Shoots From My Fingernails!

My sincerest apologies to everyone who regularly checks this blog, expecting it to fulfill its basic function as a font of information on all things Graham. I have been quite busy, as I hope the above advert will help to clarify.

It is also my hope that as many of you as possible will attend this delightful event on the 23rd. I'm pretty pleased with the work I've been creating, and (so long as I don't burn out completely in the next ten days), I'll be releasing two mini-comics there as well.

Woooo! Back to work!

Monday, February 15, 2010

All Drenched in Milk and Holy Water

Stand out lady and college chum Ms. Sarah Jane Lomba has been doing a series on her blog called Buddy Monday, wherein she interviews the friends who inspire her. Miraculously, mine can now be found here:

Thanks again, Sarah!

I Think I'd Better Put On A Monocle

The wheels of progress are grinding; but slowly, slowly. I don't know if I can say more than that, but in the meantime, here is a comic. Please enjoy!
Rosalie Rhains pg.1
Rosalie Rhains pg.2
Rosalie Rhains pg.3

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Your Kiss Would be a Revelation, So Put a Few Into Circulation

I realize that the majority of my meager readership (meager in quantity, most certainly not in quality) resides on the east coast; but those of you in the Los Angeles area should make time this evening for my lady's show at LeBasse Projects. I have had the rare privilege of seeing it beforehand, and I must say this is her strongest work yet. I am immeasurably proud of you, Rebecca.

All you need to attend is an extra pair of socks. They will be required after her work blows your first pair off your feet.

Monday, January 11, 2010

He Was Six Weeks A-Fallin'

Unknown to all but a few of you, the 22nd of January marks my twenty seventh year amongst the living. It is, generally speaking, a time of great celebration. A time in which the various breweries of the world bend down on their collective knees, proffering oblations to their various gods and hoping that my unquenchable thirst favors them this year.

Oceans of gin and porter notwithstanding, the following illustrated guide should provide a suitable picture of what is generally to be found on my wish-list. Tentative titles for said list include: I Am a Poor and Selfish Bastard and I'll Probably Just Ask for Grocery Money.
Anyway, a guy can dream can't he?