Zen Pencils by Gavin Aung Than

Zen Pencils

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  1. Lonnie Cavenee

    Lonnie Cavenee GoComics PRO Member said, 5 days ago

    The first Zen Pencils strip I ever saw.

  2. waycyber

    waycyber said, 5 days ago

    August 5th 2013

  3. nightslime

    nightslime said, 5 days ago

    @Lonnie Cavenee

    Spooky, I was about to say the same thing.

  4. ralphhenry

    ralphhenry said, 5 days ago

    Well conceived and drawn, as always. This is one of the best ‘comic’ strips I’ve ever seen.

  5. greasyoldtam

    greasyoldtam said, 5 days ago

    Geez, do any of you have lives?

  6. cmxx

    cmxx said, 5 days ago

    Yes, we do, and it includes appreciation of good comic strips.

  7. Gypsy4vr

    Gypsy4vr said, 5 days ago

    Nicely done.

  8. Petemejia77

    Petemejia77 said, 5 days ago

    Accidentally mistaking him for an attacker, she throws the pot of hot coffee on his face!

  9. Chrystos

    Chrystos said, 5 days ago

    Beautiful! That courage is not only about quelling and destroying monsters and adversaries, but mastering our own blocks, fears, inhibitions! Sometimes the most challenging!!
    Splendid, Gavin! You rock!

  10. scoutmaster77

    scoutmaster77 said, 5 days ago

    It’s a repeat, but a good one!

  11. Richard

    Richard GoComics PRO Member said, 5 days ago

    Its how I met my wife, best friend, companion 37 years ago……and still counting.

  12. Lonnie Cavenee

    Lonnie Cavenee GoComics PRO Member said, 5 days ago

    @Richard

    37 years that’s great. We just celebrated our 34th in June.

  13. Lonnie Cavenee

    Lonnie Cavenee GoComics PRO Member said, 5 days ago

    @cmxx

    Well played old son, well played.

  14. Lonnie Cavenee

    Lonnie Cavenee GoComics PRO Member said, 5 days ago

    @greasyoldtam

    In my case it’s debatable but yes most of us do have lives. Happy and productive ones too.

  15. Lonnie Cavenee

    Lonnie Cavenee GoComics PRO Member said, 5 days ago

    Reminds me of my mom from pictures of her in her 20s. No wonder my dad fell hard for her! He was a dumpy, usually broke guitar player and she was a working girl like her mom (grandma drove a taxi). Every guy in town was chasing her but she was drawn to my dad’s great personality plus he was always a sharp dresser. They were married in 1956 and I came along in 1957. They stayed married until we lost my dad in 2014 at the age of 92. Mom is 83, 90lbs, 5’2" and has only begun to slow down in the last three years. And she’s still beautiful but then again I’m kinda partial.

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