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Green Turtle Superhero

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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