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The Land of Shark (page 1)

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This is a comic that I've spent about 4-5 weeks on, I say comic, I of course mean a mass of random scenes that I decided to put into some comic book frames..There are some stories in their, but you'll have to try and find them is all :D

Oh and a second page we be arriving shortly, so stay tuned!

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Haha, dude don't go fronting with us yo, we know you 12!
all seriousness now, how is that wolverine ended fighting giant monsters and vampires?

JJCripps1996 responds:

Haha, seriously though, I actually am 17, I may act 12, but I'm 17 :D
The wolverine fighting the polar bear is it's own little story, and has no relevance to any of the other pictures, there are at least 5-6 individual stories on this page,
and the vampire was just for decoration :D

Its creative,and the art style is very cartoonish.
I like it.

JJCripps1996 responds:

Thanks! I've always drawn in this cartoony style,
and I don't intend on stopping :)

wish i could have drawn like this when i was about 12 yo.
Wonderful

JJCripps1996 responds:

Thank you :) I'm 17 by the way, just in case you thought I was 12, but I do see where your coming from, it is quite a cartoony, child-like style, I plan on becoming an illustrator so the child-like style (which is deliberate) will help, thanks!

SHIT that's lots of stuff

JJCripps1996 responds:

Thanks! have a look around and uncover the many stories from the Land of Shark!

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Aug 10, 2013
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