Comics by James Beoddy in The Columbus Free Press
Jim believed in and supported The Columbus Free Press.
His comics and artwork frequently appeared in the publication.
Strange TV interference preempts Frumper Room.
December 22, 1982
A special edition dedicated to the fire at the Northend Community Center.
Suitcase looks for justice during the Vietnam War.
The going ain’t easy for Buckethead and Suitcase.
Suitcase in “Methinx Something Sphinx!”
U.S social decent in the face of George W. Bush.
Reality is relative.
Global annihilation, and how to prepare for it.
The fall of our trust in the politicians.
Jim’s thank-you message to the Northend Community Center after their building was destroyed in a fire.
Jim drew four panels for this edition.
July and August 1981
Suitcase interviews Buckethead about his adventure with his friend Paul Volker.
July and August 1995
Enjoy a full page Radioactive Toon staring Soupcan.
The Acid Warriors turn the acid rain electric.
Jim drew an advertisement for the premier of “Citizen Pain”.
“The Origin Of Suitcase”
Suitcase stars in this adventure in the skies over Columbus.
Goblinhood and Soupcan discuss the Kent State University murders.
Suitcase reviews “Caligula” and “Brazil”.
The mighty Suitcase doll reviews the movie “Caligula”.
Suitcase turns the tables on big government.
A book review of “The Transmigraion Of Timothy Archer”.
The Free Press celibates 30 years of publication and Jim contributes this retrospective series.
Suitcase is rudely accosted on his way to view the mural “Synchronauts”.
“Buckethead And The Amazing Suitcase Doll”
Goblinhood reviews a book about a man with an ax to grind.
Frumper and Weevil discuss the movie “Outland”.
Suitcase Doll is upset about government waste.
A different kind of super hero.
Goblinhood explores nonconformity in society. Three panels.
A three panel Grizzlytoon about the ugly underbelly of Global Capitalism and Business.
Three panels celebrate the Freep’s 30th anniversary.
The Frumper Room
Jim’s largest series of comics for The Free Press.
The Mystery Of Picasso
A movie review by the thoughtful Suitcase Doll.
Has Goblinhood met his match?
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Photographs of Jim’s paintings are by Fred Scruton Photography.