From the Daily Cartoonist (via the Reluctant Ed), on a new Asian American comic strip:
“Asian Americans have been an integral part of American society for centuries but have only recently begun making inroads into our popular culture,” said Ted Rall, Acquisitions and Development Editor for United Feature Syndicate. “What Margaret Cho did for stand-up comedy and ‘Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle’ did for the movies, Secret Asian Man—the first Asian-themed strip—does for the comics page. A brilliant artist and wonderfully succinct writer, Tak Toyoshima opens a window on topics that the comics have ignored until now. Most importantly, you don’t have to be Asian to love Secret Asian Man!”
Wait, remind me—what did Margaret Cho do for stand-up comedy...?
My other question is, why are the guy's eyebrows so huge?
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