'The Bicycle' is the latest offering
by Cheah Sinann in the form of a graphic novel. A
departure from cartoons and published by Epigram Books
of Singapore, it is a World War 2 story about the
unlikely friendship between a battle-hardened Japanese
soldier and a young street urchin. A thrilling,
sentimental and action-packed tale not to be missed!
More on The Bicycle
It's more laughs and zaniness in the
rainforests and tropical waters as Saltie is swept by a
big storm at sea to the island of Borneo where he meets
a new friend - a local boy named Budi. Check out their
latest adventures now!
Meet two good friends, Billy and Saltie, and join
them in their adventures in the tropical end of
the land Down Under and the region around it. The
cartoon strip can currently be seen in The Borneo
Bulletin in Brunei, The
Daily Frontier in Bangladesh and the Funny
Iím pleased to announce a collection of my
green-oriented cartoon strip is now available in a
book - Billy & Saltie: Cool Croc, which is for
sale online. Enjoy humour and wit in the swamps
without getting your feet muddy(although some
might argue whereís the fun in that) and place
your orders now! The price is $13.90 in Singapore
dollars a copy. Let me know which country youíre
from, Iíll tell you the postage and and just
paypal me through: firstname.lastname@example.org
and save yourselves a trip to the bookshops.
Off-beat cartoons on the latest
happenings in science and discovery.
Michael and Moira Murphy are a young, modern
Irish couple in the city. The craic(fun)
starts when Moira's father, Fergus, who dreams of
winning the Nobel Prize, moves in with them.
Several endangered species in a Chinese forest
lighten up the region and beyond with their
outrageous antics. Check out this cartoon strip!
More wit and humour from China in this English
language cartoon strip as we follow a young couple
going through life in the modern-day Chinese
House of Lim
It's been called the Chinese Brady Bunch with the
grandparents thrown in. See the funny side of
Oriental family values and traditional Chinese
customs. This cartoon strip ran for 8 years in
Singapore's Straits Times.
This sports cartoon strip is actually about 20
years old but the way it gave a humorous twist to
not only what athletes did on the field but off it
as well is timeless.
View witty and beautiful art in the form of