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QUIET: REFLECTIONS ON INTROVERSION

It's hard to live as introvert in America.  You can find this comic on the Rumpus.

 
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DISCONNECTION

Published in Sukeban Magazine, this comic illustrates how people of color may hold different views on racism and discrimination.

 

LOCAL NEIGHBORHOOD MOCHI

Sometimes, the best foods come from your humble neighborhood stores. My comic is published on Spiralbound.

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HOW MANGA CHARACTERS GOT THEIR EYES

Published in F(r)iction, my comic explores a big question: why are so many artists and comic fans in love with the art style of Japanese manga?  What is the appeal of Sailor Moon's eyes?

 
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INTERNATIONAL DOG OF MYSTERY: SNOOPY IN JAPAN

Why do Japan and America love Snoopy? If someone has never read the Peanuts comics, what does Snoopy mean to him or her? This comic is published in Popula.

 

TEACHING THE LIBERAL ARTS IN PRISON

A comic published in Popula about my experiences teaching a comics and manga class in an all male Iowa correctional facility. This class was part of Grinnell College's Liberal Arts in Prison program.

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