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Rumpus: Besides the monsters, it seems like a lot of people in your comics are Asian American or Japanese American based on ...
In Yumi Sakugawa’s breakout comic, I Think I Am in Friend-Love with You, a one-eyed monster pines for a faceless creature. The pair look ...
A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. This week, “Not Only in Japan”…
Check back every weekend for ...
Gwen Muranaka’s weekly cartoon “Noodles” appears in The Japan Times, and occasionally in The Rafu Shimpo. The cartoons feature a Japanese American woman and ...
I recently got an iPad for traveling abroad. I wanted to be able to write and draw without lugging my trusty (but heavy) laptop around ...
BreakfastsWere processed, Warm and white.
Soup, often corn, Always a powder, Poured into a plastic bowlThat looked lacquered.
Added water, Boiled in an aluminum kettle ...
Tom Shoyama (1915-2006), a great Canadian who happened to be of Japanese descent.
* This comic was originally published in the Nikkei Voice in November 2013.
Before me, a foreign couple with a young son lived in the house. Evidently, they let the boy trash the place. The marine station replaced ...
Traveling experiences in Japan from a Canadian Nikkei...
Ears drooping in the heavy rain, Usagi Yojimbo glances around menacingly and draws his sword to defend against attackers. Always ready to defend his honor ...
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