When she's not writing demented dialogue for naughty jerboas and sexy amoebas, mispronouncing words via podcast, or working as a cyber-college professor, Colleen can often be found talking your ear off about Phyllis Diller and why all Atkins freaks should be shot in the big-toe and then force-fed handi-snacks while watching the Tremors quadrilogy.

She designed this ghetto site having no idea what she was doing, so if you think anything looks broken, or maybe even plain purdy-er than a hog at sunset, she'd love to know.


Oh, yeah and she's done a whole slew of other doodie, too. She's probably best known for her "Stalking and Murdering of a Childhood Giraffe" project, as explained HERE in an animation by Scott Bateman. You can stalk her by visiting www.colleenafvenable.com.

Colleen has a weird habit of showing up in other people's comics. (Mostly because she's got some pretty amazing comicy friends. That and she's really good at making idiotic faces, voices, and doing idiotic things.) I'm still working on updating this, but check out all the comics below...

10,000 Drawings: Ow, Ow, Ow, Questionable Contents, At the MoCCA, The Grass is Greener in Westchester, Fan Art, Bad Day, No Cookie, Long Weekend, Brokeback Sketchbook, Happy VD, Itty Bitty Comic Heroines

Scott Bateman's Bateman365 (voiced animations):
Chris Pearce's "No, Seriously I Rule!":
Robin Enrico:
Robot Comix:
Pirate Bunnies:
Sinister Bedfellows:

From Klio's

  Annie (pictured here performing her smash hit cover of Patrick Swayze's "She's Like the Wind" for her core fanbase of hockey star bobbleheads and kermit feet) first burst into the music scene in a hospital in Fullerton, California in 1981. Her Janis Joplin-esque vocal stylings garnered her much attention in her early years.

She remained in the Orange County area for the next 19 years, before deciding that the music scene there "like, sucks ass," at which time she relocated to Santa Cruz, CA to work on her artistic aspirations and become a big gay hippy.

She moved around 3 times, until in January 2004, she relocated again to freeze her ass off in Brooklyn, NY. Annie enjoys fake moustaches, subway conductors that make corny jokes over the p.a. system, and old man hats. Annie is frightened of, yet fascinated by, spiders (a.k.a. "assassins sent to get her"), heights, and sea monsters. Annie dislikes slurpy noises, emery boards, and writing about herself in the 3rd person. Listen to her beautiful vocal stylin"s every Fluff Radio Review.


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Fluff couldn't exist without these folks, who are BEYOND supportive. I love each and every one of them with big sharp pointy teeth. Click on any of the pictures below to see what comics they were in! (cast members shown in order of first appearance)

Marianne Ways

Jessie Dean

Christina Dunham

Jim Harley

Chris Yates

Joe Randazzo

Dorian Lake

Karen McGee

Colleen AF Venable


Eric Cohen

Kerry DeSalva

Robin Enrico

Sara Skiff

Angel Orr


Greg McKenna

Evan Dashevsky

Carol Burrell

Chris Moreno

Annie Sanders


Chris Pearce

Mason Brown

Julian Ravage

Molly O'Neill

Eric Skiff

Meghan Daly

Anya Garrett

Mike O'Connor

Brian Huff

Kelly Lupo

Kate Comer

Nick Simone

Marina Zorn

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