Max Clotfelter and his journey becoming a respected, talented cartoonist

As an adolescent, Max Clotfelter would make crude, extreme and offensive comics that alarmed the adults around him. 

“I had a hard time making friends at school, so making these filthy, transgressive comics was a cheap way to get attention,” Clotfelter said in an interview with Sequential Stories

As he grew older, he stopped making dark and weird comics that were crude and offended for the sake of offending, but he didn’t stop making dark and weird comics. 

Today, Clotfelter dips in autobiographical, dystopian and psychedelic storytelling styles to create his cool, funny and bizarre comics.

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