Even though I still need to update my spotlights on Maripaz Villar and Snailords, I wanted to try a spotlight on someone different today, so I chose Quimchee, the creator behind I Love Yoo, one of the most popular Webtoons of the moment. As always, I'll analyze the writing and storytelling part first. While I … Continue reading Artist/Author Spotlight: Quimchee
Update: Artist/Author Spotlight: Tri Vuong
Due to the posts that I've been working on lately being fairly long, I decided to try and update some more of my older posts, including this one! Like with my last Artist/Author Spotlight, I added my thoughts of the story and writing of the comic in question, this time it being The Strange Tales … Continue reading Update: Artist/Author Spotlight: Tri Vuong
My Interview With The Webtoon Artist, Maripaz Villar!
I was able to have an interview with Maripaz Villar, the creator of the Webtoon Miss Abbott and the Doctor!
An interview with the Webtoon artist, Tri Vuong!
I was able to have an interview with Tri Vuong, the creator of the Webtoon, The Strange Tales of Oscar Zahn!
Artist Spotlight: Snailords
Snailords is the artist behind the two comics Snailogy and Nightmare Factory. Snailogy is a slice of life with beautiful art that can alternate between being funny, moving, and inspiring. Basically, a slice of life with depth. Nightmare Factory is a fantasy that is zany and unpredictable in a good way. The writing may be circumspect at … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Snailords
Artist Spotlight: Maripaz Villar
Hello again! I know I said I'd do these on a biweekly schedule, but what can I say; I'm inspired! Anyway, Maripaz Villar is the creator of one of the best rom-coms out there (some of it due to its unconventional setting): Miss Abbott and the Doctor. It's charming, has a sketchy, mostly uncolored (but … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Maripaz Villar
Artist/Author Spotlight: Tri Vuong
Tri Vuong is the creator of the creative, charming, and funny Webtoon, The Strange Tales of Oscar Zahn. It has beautiful art and creative characters. Yet I recently found out that his work stretches out beyond that; he has even done illustrations for author Andy Weir, the writer of the critically acclaimed The Martian. The illustrations … Continue reading Artist/Author Spotlight: Tri Vuong