Posts Tagged ‘comics’

Dec 7, 2011

DVD Review: Gary Larson’s Tales from the Far Side 1 & 2

Only two comic strips ever did it for me: Jim Davis’ Garfield and Gary Larson’s Far Side. Couldn’t relate to either one, but nonetheless, they were a staple in developing my sense of Americana and humor. Now I actually get to see if I’ve been interpreting Old Larson’s funny pitchers correctly and confirm whether or not I always had a sense of humor I was never aware of. (more…)

Sep 4, 2011

Pen Tonic Comics: How To Talk To Strippers

“How about a lapdance, sugah?” (more…)

Sep 4, 2011

Agent Blue: Power Suit

The design for the main villain continues… (more…)

Jul 21, 2011

Pen Tonic Comics: Peter Lorre America’s First Asian American President

Yuppers. (more…)

Apr 2, 2011

Green Lantern Wondercon Preview Analysis

An abridged 4 minute preview from WonderCon has been released. If you haven’t seen it, you can download it in high definition from (more…)

Mar 22, 2011

Pen Tonic Comics – Sept. 19, 2002 “Professor and his students”

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Mar 21, 2011

Pen Tonic Comics – Sept. 12, 2002 “The Freshman”

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Aug 30, 2010

Agent S: Past, present, and future; the dream project

From the pages of UW-Green Bay’s student newspaper The Fourth Estate comes Agent S…

A quick mock up from Full Metal Yakuza.

A quick mock up from Full Metal Yakuza.

Jun 6, 2010

Agent S vs. Agent Blue: The Battle of the Future

Originally posted on May 16, 2010

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The story I’ve been working on, but will never see the light of day… Because no one wants to see a mighty Asian-American superhero. Especially one that wears red and is the good guy. The bad guy wears blue. That would be a first in American story telling (as far as I know).

So some would ask: why not just make your hero wear blue? Well, it would lose a lot of the meaning behind the design of the character and story, wouldn’t it? Of course, the deeper meaning is only one aspect. There’s also action, drama, romance, time-travel, betrayal, explosions, all the makings of a blockbuster. All the while erasing Asian-American stereotypes with stylized stereotypes.

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