KinokoFry #054 – Moon

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- Rebecca Clements

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poor grayscale! -.-
i love it when you bring the whole canvas to life…
“one small swing for spider but a huge leap for his kind” =D
also: what are those little fern-haired fellas called?

damn, i would love to have a wall full of your creative effusions.


hope you enjoy the comic book funny. i went to it last year, and, altho it alienated a few of the audience there (who were not familiar with comics, and were just there because they thought that it’s a free part of the melbourne comedy festival, therefore not understanding what’s actually happening), it was generally fun.

i can’t make it to the first week this year, but maybe i’ll see you on week 2,3 or 4. cheers!


woooow, rebecca you’re just getting better and better! i really like this kind of visual, conceptual joke, they’re much harder to pull off effectively than just verbal gags!


Cool comic, if you’re going to do a kids book it will kick arse! Hope melbourne is treating you well :)


Rebecca, this is probably your single greatest masterpiece. Admittedly it’s old, but I will be forever putting your strips up to its simple, elegant standard.

Aside from the hyperbole, it does put everything Kinokofry is great for in three sublime panels. And an alt text.


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