30 MILES OF CRAZY! Issue #7 (and others) Review at Four Color Apocalypse

“Flying way further below the radar than he deserves to, Denver-based Karl Christian Krumpholz is staking his claim to the territory marked “pre-eminent cartoonist depicting the realities of American urban life.” Which, admittedly, would be too long a title to fit on most plaques or awards. Nevertheless, it’s true, and now it’s my job to tell you why —”

Wow… that is incredibly kind. Wonder if I can put all that on a business card.

It’s a brilliant review of 30 Miles of Crazy! #7, Nothing but Suitcases, The City Was Never Going to Let Go, and “… but we wish you the best of luck.”

You can check out the full review at the Four Color Apocalypse website HERE.

You can find copies of all my books at the Birdcage Bottom Books website!

30 MILES OF CRAZY! Issue #7 Review at Graphic Policy

“Very few writers since his entry into the literary world can compare. Karl Christian Krumpholz is one who does… Overall, a beautiful collection of vignettes that both ring true and is somewhat fantastical at times. The stories by Krumpholz are funny, brilliant, and heartfelt…”

Brilliant review of my recent 30 Miles of Crazy! Issue #7. Thanks, Graphic Policy!


Issue #7 (as well as issues #1 through #6 & other comics) can all be found at Birdcage Bottom Books.

30 MILES OF CRAZY! Issue #7!


30 MILES OF CRAZY! Issue #7
‘I believe in The City’

Slice of life comics and true stories about modern life and living in The City by Karl Christian Krumpholz, 28 pages, Full Color.

Includes the stories: ‘My Mugger‘, ‘A Gesture‘, ‘Walk of Shame‘, ‘Darkness‘, ‘Indifference‘, ‘My Only Stan Lee Story‘, ‘The Show Girl’, ‘Agoraphobia‘, and others. 

“Karl’s books break my heart like an old song. Frantic scenes frozen brilliantly. He captures the sacred and silent city moments that only happen in your head or with your true love. It’s a lament to a town I no longer know, but a love letter to a city I can’t wait to grow old with. Thank you.”
-Jim Norris, Mutiny Info Cafe

“… becoming more of a documentarian (Karl) demonstrates not only a keen ear but also a clear eye for how to use his cartooning to capture a certain ecstatic truth about his world.”
-Robin Enrico, Broken Frontier