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How Does This Relate To Webcomics? Characterization

Well, it seems that in the change of the list of comics on the sidebar, Count Your Sheep has disappeared. But I would like to bring your attention Count Your Sheep and particularly today’s comic.

Adis! (as he always signs his name) manages to always give a childish view point to every subject. I find it really admirable – taking the subject of why applause gives someone that warm fuzzy feeling and turning it into an insight that I certainly wouldn’t have realized from my adult-trained mind.

Kudos, Adis, for writing Katie and Laurie as children with heart and really see the world in childish ways. There aren’t many out there who have the skill to write at the level of childhood.

thanks for the suggestion to check his work out. love the wise perspective of the child’s/beginner’s mind. he does capture it well.


[…] Uncategorized I know I’ve written about Count Your Sheep recently, so I’m glad your attention is on it.  For those of you whose attention isn’t on it, go check it out starting here. Adis! has changed the style to honor of the third year anniversary of the strip. It’s a return to the roots, as it’s Katie and Ship in Katie’s bed, Katie in her PJs and Ship ready to help her count to sleep. (In fact, it seems to be mirroring these two strips.) Originally, the strip was meant only to be Katie and Ship, and only jokes about counting sheep. But soon Katie’s mother was introduced, and we’ve gotten glimpses of Laurie’s past. Then there was the More Than Cute campaign, which brings the characters even more depth. They’re brilliantly strong female characters, and I love them. […]

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