Jason Shiga
April 26, 2003 1:27 PM   Subscribe

If you think about it, the book is a pretty wierd (but efficient) way of storing information. Instead of being laid out in a continuous linear fashion, information is broken into roughly equal sized chunks. Then 50-70 of these chunks are printed onto these moveable flaps which all pile on top of one another.
Xeric grant winner Jason Shiga makes amazing, hilarious comics. You can get them in print or read many of them online.
posted by sonofsamiam (2 comments total)
He's pretty talented. Too bad the links don't work for the online version of the comic he won the Xeric for.

I like the presentation of his comic books.
posted by furiousthought at 1:44 PM on April 26, 2003

hilarious indeed. I enjoyed browsing through his wit.
posted by Wingy at 12:57 AM on April 27, 2003

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