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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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Dag. I had no idea Yuma Asami had ovarian cancer. The popular Japanese pornstar with the tig ol bitties just put out an autobiography, Restart: Believe in Yourself, talking about how she got into the industry and...

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Green Turtle-First Asian American Superhero

February 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Seriously  when I saw the words “green” and “turtle,” I immediately associated with these dudes: But that’s besides the point. Green Turtle (no relations with Green Lantern or Green Arrow) is an OG superhero character...

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Steven Lebron Volume 1 Now Available

January 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’ve been a reader of Gumship for awhile now, you’re familiar with Alex Wong aka Steven Lebron as a contributor on the site (tackling real shit like K-town the reality show and classic anime Slam...

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Roy Choi the chef behind LA spots A-Frame, Chego, Sunny Spot, and the famous Kogi BBQ trucks is finally dropping his cook book tomorrow. I know a lot of foodies are going to be all...

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EJ Koh Interview: Without a Plan

September 2, 2013 | 3 Comments

EJ Koh never had dreams of becoming a writer but as fate would have it, she picked up the pen and hasn’t stopped since. Now she’s getting looks from literary sites like Berfrois for her poetry,...

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Help Get ‘Flip The Script’ On the Road

March 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Flip The Script is a dope project put together by Christian Acker that examines handstyles from a lot of prominent graffiti writers from all over. It’s not just an art book, it really analyzes the...

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Vietnam Zippos Serve As Time Capsules From War

November 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Vietnam War. Insane, insane period in our history. Lot of young men dying or coming back traumatized as shit. Here’s a small glimpse into their world. Vietnam Zippos showcases the engravings made by U.S. soldiers...

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Sumo wrestlers rarely command the spotlight unless it’s some comic relief shit. So, it makes for a refreshing storyline for a graphic novel. Like a string of haiku, Sumo captures moments in time, remarking on...

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Oh shit, do any of you read books? Here’s something for the Haruki Murakami fans out there. Created by Grant Snide, it’s a bingo sheet highlighting the common people, places, and things in the Japanese...

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