My first 4koma for Asobi ni Ikuyo!

Whew, finally returned to the 4koma stage that I apparently left behind when Ichiban Ushiro no Dai Maou finished its broadcast run. Though, this one has it’s laughs and pains.

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 As usual, the fun times and tough times of the couple of hours done on this 4koma:

–Now, for some who don’t know, “WC” is a restroom. Now I’ve only seen that in Germany, which I presume exists in most of Europe, but I do not recall seeing it in the USA. Maybe in some areas, but man I’ve been to rest stops and restrooms of the entire lower half of the USA (12 years ago), so yeah…
This silly health problem flared up again. It has been popping up from time to time, but I really hated it this time because I was working on this 4koma. At its worst it can give me 95% paralysis on my right arm, at its lowest I’ll be lucky enough to lift 1kg of something. I really, really admire baseball players right now.
–This 4koma was easy, too easy in fact, but guess what gave me a wild ride: the helmet. Now, here’s my reasoning ok, she (Aoi-chan) hasn’t used this suit during daylight. So naturally I didn’t really get good looks at it while watching. Being a NASCAR fan, the first thing that pops into my mind, was of course, NASCARize her helmet. I said no way, no way am I ruining her head just because I didn’t see it right. So there you have, what I believe is what’s closest to what it really looks like.
–The simplicity of this 4koma will hopefully be complemented by the joke presented to you.

Hmm, by the way, I’ve passed 30,000 hits. Thanks readers for putting up with my zaniness! I’ll see if I can come up with a special ‘Thank You’ artwork…

One response to “My first 4koma for Asobi ni Ikuyo!

  1. I was actually expecting you to show a solution to the tight suit problem, but this is good as well :p

    Sorry to hear about your health problem. 95% paralysis sounds pretty bad… hope it'll get better.

    Oh and yeah, “WC” is also used over there (France). I had no idea the same acronym was used in Germany.

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