34. Subtitles

Don’t get me wrong here, I LOOOVE going to the movies in China. Each visit is filled with excitement not only from the film itself, but also the sometime overly-lively audience, the notorious ignorance of the “please-mute-your-bloody-phone” sign, small children present during graphic sex scenes, horror films, or just plain gore (saw plenty kids my…

33. Swagger

I am back from the dead! Just barely finished this post on time! (I did say first week of September! ) I apologize for such a short strip, but between moving apartments, losing my excellent rickety-glass-table-with-phone-back-light setup as a light table for inking the comics, going traveling with my better half for a month (and…

32. Vampires

A short one this week, as the weather recently has been quite sunny, and this is a situation I see daily at the bus stop. Usually there are perhaps a good dozen people crammed under the same space, and the indispensable umbrellas to the side, as mentioned in my previous comic strip. As I’ve written…

31. Rain Rain, Go Away

As I live in the South Eastern Part of China, it gets bloody hot in the summer to say the least. And not like a lovely, dry, Australian-esque outback hot, but more like a constant steam bath, which tends to start in June and finish in October. And I used to complain about long winters…

30. How to Find a Restuarant

Happy 30th post!!!! It’s been a long road and I’m happy to say I’ve been mostly on schedule this past year! Currently a few fans away from 100 on facebook and I’d like to do a little gift for everyone when I get there, so spread the word if you have a minute and if…

29. Height and Movies

A short strip this week. Been very busy lately with the school year ending and whatnot.I’ve covered this topic before of height of northern vs. southern Chinese, but having spend quite a bit of time at the movies these past few months, I noticed another thing, which was people groaning behind me as they couldn’t…