COLUMBIA — Kelly Major has drawn comics since she was a kid. She still dreams up a world of characters that make it into her meticulously drawn comic tales, where her imagination comes to life on the page. So when she got the chance to participate this year in the international 24 Hour Comics Day, she took the challenge. Surrounded by paper, pens and India ink, she worked for 24 consecutive hours to create 24 pages of her comic “Elves Happen,” about a girl who meets elves who wreak havoc in her life.
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