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Gumship Radio Ep 18 – Louie Chin (Artist)

July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Louie Chin (@loubot) is a Brooklyn-based cartoonist/illustrator whose work has appeared in both The New York Times and textbooks for Kumon. He talks to us about collecting Dragon Ball Z cards, reading comic books based off the...

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Yo, not really much to say except enjoy that refreshing image on this Summer day~...

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Contrary to what you might believe, sumo wrestlers don’t just be stuffing their faces with whatever to keep themselves big. Byambajav Ulambayaryn (or Byamba, for short) is a sumo world champ and the chankonabe is...

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It’s midsummer, are you being productive? Nah? That’s fine but if you bored and ain’t got shit to do, why not build some cool shit like this grandpa right here. 59-year-old Hidebochi’s granddaughters made a...

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Gumship Radio Ep 17 – Annie Q

July 21, 2014 | 2 Comments

Annie Q (@annieq4u) is a promising new actress who has popped up on shows like Are We There Yet? and David Henry Hwang’s play Golden Child. But her latest gig on HBO’s new series, The Leftovers, is her biggest...

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Gumship Playlist: Paultrizz

July 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Gumship is now on Soundcloud. For our first featured mix, New Jersey based @Paultrizz provides the soundtrack for luxurious summer days driving to the beach or that ride home from the club with your bae. Check...

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Reviving the First Asian-American Superhero

July 16, 2014 | 1 Comments

Back in the 1940s, when comics were in its golden era, obscure superheros were being created and discarded left and right. One of which was the Green Turtle, the first Asian-American superhero ever created. Fast-forward...

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How many of ya’ll caught the last Dragon Ball Z movie Battle of Gods? I mean, it was cool seeing some new fight scenes and also Vegeta humbling himself to provide some comic relief was…...

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Gumship Radio Ep 16 – Steve Nguyen

July 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Steve Nguyen (twitter: @steve_nguyen instagram: @stevenguyen) is well known for blogging and creating content for popular (but currently defunct) Asian media site Channel APA. But the man has got writing, directing, and producing credits. He...

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Transformers is without a doubt one of the most lucrative entertainment franchises of all time. So it’s no surprise that China’s film industry has continued its stake in the fourth installment of the series. A...

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