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Yellow Scarves -- now available in dead tree format.

Post by jdalton » Thu Aug 07, 2008 8:31 pm

Yet another short comic, presented here in its entirety.

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Post by andrewwales » Fri Aug 08, 2008 5:41 am

Awesome! Will there be more?

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Post by Darwin » Fri Aug 08, 2008 5:47 am

Being a big fan of The Three kingdom, this is an automatic "I like very much" :) .

I think that this is really good. awesome, keep up the good work.

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Post by jdalton » Sat Aug 09, 2008 12:18 am

andrewwales wrote:Awesome! Will there be more?
Yes and no. I have future plans for Jun, but this particular story about him ends here.

Darwin- I never finished reading The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, but this story is definitely inspired by the first part of that book. Even to the point where I've called them "Yellow Scarves," which is how my copy of the book translates 黃巾, rather than the more common translation of "Yellow Turbans." To me they will always be "Yellow Scarves." :wink:
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Post by jdalton » Sat Dec 06, 2008 10:13 pm

*UPDATE*

Hey. I just wanted to say that my Yellow Scarves comic has now been printed, along with comics from a bunch of friends of mine, in a book we're calling "Historyonics: Stories Drawn from the Past." We also managed to rope Steve Lecuilliard into contributing a Much the Miller's Son story, plus twelve other artists. All of the stories take place at different points in history from 1628 BC to the 1980s.
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Here is a preview of the book, and you can also buy it here if you want.
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