Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Manboy Japan Part 4

In case you actually feel like catching up:

Manboy Japan 1
Manboy Japan 2
Manboy Japan 3








































TO BE CONTINUED.......

18 comments:

  1. My favorite moment:

    "Prease reave."

    My brother lives in Tokyo and I used to teach at a Catholic school which is a part of an international network of schools that has a nunnery/school right down the street from where he lives. Hmm. I can't help but wonder if they are one and the same...*StalkyStalky*


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    1. Nah, I was in Sapporro which is way north.I went to Japan but never actually went to Tokyo, which is just dumb.

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  2. Oh man am I happy to see this story continued! The karaoke scenes are great!

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    1. thank you! It is really taking me while to get back in the swing of things on here, so I was hoping that drawing a lot of pictures would help kickstart the process

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  3. OMG. My day is now complete.

    It was like waiting for the next letter of the alphabet to come out in the Sue Grafton mysteries.

    I sincerely hope you actually sang into the ear of a sleeping nun. Please say you did.

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    1. No, unfortunately that was an embellishment. But thanks for reading, Cupcake!

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  4. This blog is awesome. If I wasn't poor and homeless I would donate.

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    1. Thank you so much! Its more important to me that you read and comment then donate money-its very encouraging

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  5. Nuns forgive, but they do not forget. They are like elephants in that way. And penguins.

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    1. Ah yes, the notoriously long arm of penguin memory.

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  6. This one seemed so random! Perhaps Japan does that to people ... It reminds that I have only one memory of my entire time in Venezuela, and that was in a plane at the airport. No, wait, sorry, that was my entire eXperience of Venezuela.

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  7. I've always wanted to do karaoke in Japan! Do you take your shoes off even in bars?

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  8. Wow such a short cartoon presentation...your story is really very funny in many regards...I just love to be here every time...thanks for your glorious efforts...!

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  9. Nice work with the montage about the karaoke choice. Really good design there...

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  10. I wasn't sure if you were gonna pick this story back up. I'm really happy that you did! Awesome.

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  11. There was a nun showing enthusiasm and cracking a smile in this. I must travel to this magical place where women who wear the habit aren't saddled with a clenched jaw and internalized rage. You have inspired me.

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  12. Finally.

    And it didn't disappoint.

    But do I have to wait another six months for the next chapter...?

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