Posts Tagged ‘comic’



Junior Year 50% Completo!

I’m done with finals. rawr! In the end, I must say, this semester went by real quick, even quicker than the previous ones. I don’t even think it was as much fun as the previous one either. In fact, it was a bit angry.

Anyway, some news: I’ve upgraded to the latest version of Comicpress, which has tag support! You can see the tag cloud over in the sidebar menu. Now you can see related (or what I deem related) posts to all your favorite topics. Fancy, no? Feel free to bring up any suggestions for taggings.

Some other news: A comic of mine has been Digg’d Dugg!

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Presentation seasoning

I had a presentation for my EALC/GWS (East Asian Lang and Culture/Gender and Women’s Studies) class this past Wednesday. I presented ‘Barriers to women’s cultural change and revolution in China’ to my teacher and classmates. In order to prevent my audience from being too bored, I included some comics in my power point slides. As to how they relate to my topic, I’ll leave that to you guys. Enjoy.

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Korean Discipline

As I was working on my History page, I couldn’t help but sift through my comics at my old site. There was a 2 part 14 comic long segment called “Korean Discipline” in ’04 and ’05. Essentially they are just one shot comics involving a father and his son. At the time of creation, my friends found it deathly funny, and I still find them pretty amusing. I’ve decided to post them here so they aren’t lost to the dark corners of the internets. Enjoy.

By the way, in no way do these comics reflect my life. Honest.

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AP Physics Truebums

Occasionally I like to take at look at my old comic strip True Bums. It makes me realize how not funny I was.

However, such strips as the following, also make me realize how much of a genius I was. Now that I look back on some of my earlier work, I can see how clever I was. These are from November 2005, around finals during high school.

Each comic ends with a punchline. Previous comic sets up the next. Dynamic poses. Use of foreground and background. Plot ties in with AP Physics. Inside humor without being terribly nerdy. (I hope)

This is quality I hope to regain some day.