Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Friday, September 26, 2008

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Quandary

Is it wrong of me to think Rachael Ray is totally hot?

Dudes

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Genius.

Shifty


I'm gonna start archiving my journal strips from the old version of the site. Here we go...

Also, I know it may seem like I'm name dropping in the strip above, but if you'll notice the date, this was done 6(!) years ago (holy crap, time flies) long before Gene was the Black Hole of literary awards and Librarian panties.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Speaking of Mediocrity...


No pitying comments please.

Also, if you were wondering why some of the comics that used to be in the comics section weren't put back up, this is why. Actually all the comics except for Same Difference, 10 Commandments of Simon, and Black Harvest are all pretty much embarrassing to me now, but I put the least cringe-inducing ones back up just to fatten up the amount of content. I have no idea why. I have some weird compulsion to appease all the goddamn freeloaders for some reason.

Also, there are a few cartoonists that I admire that are polite enough to at least pretend to like my comics -- I was just writing steam-of-consciously and wanted to be as honest as possible. I was just having one of those days. You know how it is, fellow cartoonists. Or maybe it's just me, I don't know, I guess I shouldn't presume.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Lando Carter


Speaking of John, I saw this linked on his myspace profile and it cracked me up so I thought I'd share.

Recommendation: Sublife #1 by John Pham


The first issue of John Pham's new series, Sublife, is out and I highly recommend you do yourself a favor and grab a copy. It's one of the best comics I've read in a while, especially the second half. And like all of John's books, it's gorgeously produced.

Genius.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

There's someone for everyone.

Wow, I can't believe this exists.

Life in Portland



There's a dead crow rotting away in front of my house. I don't know what to do.


Here're a couple of my little neighbors posing with the dead crow.

Ah, Portland, Oregon.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Hey, 4-Eyes!


This is a cover illustration I did for the awesome zine, "Hey, 4-Eyes!"

Bwahaha....

Monday, September 15, 2008

Speaking of T-shirts Designs...


This is a T-shirt design I did for a Korean drumming group I used to be a part of.

Hooray for Mediocrity

Sunday, September 14, 2008

=w= Propaganda


Another t-shirt design I did for Weezer that I never archived on the site.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Weezbot


This was a T-shirt design I did for Weezer awhile back. I never archived it on my site so I'm doing it now.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Stoopid Old Comics

Finally got around to putting a bunch of comics back up on the site. Just check the "Comics" section to the right there. Another work day wasted on this internet crap. Sigh. Back to working on some actual new comics.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Genius

In celebration of the Large Hadron Collider being turned on...

Thwap


This is a pin-up I did for Kazu Kibuishi's "Daisy Kutter." This is one of the rare times I signed the piece with my Korean name, Jihoon Kim.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Don't Make Me Reach Back There

So I read this fun little comic by Mike Dawson the other day, and it got me to thinking.

Just like every kid with a sibling, my brother and I were sequestered to the backseat on every road trip while my dad drove and my mom took naps in the passenger seat. And of course, my brother and I would inevitably fight like two ferrets in a pillow case. Why do parents do this? I never questioned this before as I just assumed it was one of those things like gravity that's just a constant in the universe. But if they don't want us kids to fight, all it would take is for one of the parents to switch seats with one of the kids. Right? I mean, it's not like my parents ever spoke to one another while we were driving anyway. There was no real particular reason why they had to sit next to each other. Why is this some kind of unbendable, unsaid rule in family car seating arrangement? Are they afraid they'll have this sudden impulse to fight over the Gameboy once they're banished into the backseat? Well, if and when I have two kids, things are going to change, by gum! I have a dream...

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Orange Tango!

I just uploaded my brother Brent's comics again for your reading pleasure. These are some of my favorite comics ever. If you'd like to discuss Brent's comics, feel free to post your comments here. Enjoy!

Friday, September 5, 2008

And Just To Be Fair


Once you go black...

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Racism Alive and Well

Graahfljakjfoieja!!!

I want to write something coherent about this, but it gets me so angry and frustrated, it just makes me verbally constipated.

Luckily Anne Ishii says everything that needs to be said for me: READ

Those of you who have no awareness of Women's Golf might think this is out of the blue or not that big a deal. But see, for the past few years South Korean players have been increasingly dominant in the LPGA. Just like professional basketball is dominated by African Americans today, it's not unimaginable to see the same thing happening in the LPGA with Korean women. And of course, the LPGA is desperately pulling out every bullshit card to stop this from happening. You're not fooling anyone, LPGA. Racist FUCKS.

(Can you imagine if they instigated this "rule" in any other sport? Half of Major League Baseball would be wiped out for starters!)