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life of whiner By Elijah J. Brubaker

diary comics are stupid
... Read It Now!
Joe Decie's Review of life of whiner
OK so Elijah J. Brubaker is a better draftsman than most, and he can draw better characters than most, and even if they practised for years and bought all the books the internet to throw at them, most wanna be cartoonists couldn't draw a strip like Elijah
OK so Elijah J. Brubaker is a better draftsman than most, and he can draw better characters than most, and even if they practised for years and bought all the books the internet to throw at them, most wanna be cartoonists couldn't draw a strip like Elijah J. Brubaker. But also he knows a good story. So all those folks who can't quite cut it with their drawings should take a look. And folks who continue to produce boring stories week after week should also take a look. I tune in with envy for both these reasons. And because these comics are fun to read and among the best you'll find on this or any other internets. ... read it now!


h's Review of life of whiner
Life of a Whiner is what I like to call an anti-journal comic in the same vein as the anti-folk movement.
Life of a Whiner is what I like to call an anti-journal comic in the same vein as the anti-folk movement. The reader gets the feel that Brubaker is completely understanding about the journal comics are viewed, e.g. "Argg! another journal comic??" Brubaker's comics are done with great style and a flair for monotony that most journal comickers are unable to capture. Plus, it's totally reminiscent of Ivan Brunetti's later works. Which is enough to read it on it's own! ... read it now!




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