Neal Yamamoto

Neal Yamamoto is a curmudgeonly freelance artist of indeterminate age whose vaguely disturbing scribblin’s and scrivenin’s have been published in a variety of books, magazines and papers. His latest drawing book (Superhero Explosion: 60 Easy Lessons For Drawing Comics) can be found at your big-chain-monolithic-mega-bookstore and his upcoming visual journal/cartoon “My Name Is Neal” can be found...well, duh, here. Post comments about the ’toon here or email Neal at nealnyamamoto@gmail.com.

Updated July 2012

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Journal Entry # ?R2: "Turnabout is Fairplay..."

A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. This week, what would Neal do if he was a Hollywood casting director?

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Journal Entry # (X2+Y)?36=?: "Working Class Blues..."

A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. Some of us were born to be a people person, and then there's Neal.

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Journal Entry # 42.6: "Japanese Culinary Firsts"

A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. 

Ever wonder about the origins of some Japanese foods? Read on and find out.

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Journal Entry # 27-3: "I'm Turning Japanese..."

A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. Neal shares his parents' disappointment over his J-school drop-out status.

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Journal Entry #79: "Poverty Sucks"

A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. Father knows best, even when we choose to ignore his words.

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