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Over the last few years, it\'s become repetitive and a lot less interesting.

And it can be light-hearted, well meaning, serious AND funny. Sinfest is written and drawn by Tatsuya Ishida, a Japanese American writer/artist who takes pop culture references and uses them to make some really good points about gender politics and American consumer culture and mashes them up into a great read.Originally, all strips were pure black and white line art, but larger Sunday strips with full color were introduced shortly after Ishida broke away from Keenspot in the summer of 2006, which also coincided with a site redesign.Starting around late February 2007 Sinfest's style changed, and it was for a time drawn with different shades of grey. Since February 5, 2012, characters in the Sunday strips have been silent except for occasional interjections.A note from the author introduces the section by admitting that "Sinfest used to be even cruder and harsher back when I did it for my college paper.The original cast had no Monique, no Pooch, no Percy. It took years and years for me to learn the value of the soft touch." A short blond male whose first appearance involved a casual attempt to sell his soul.written and drawn by American comic strip artist Tatsuya Ishida.

The first strip as a webcomic appeared on January 17, 2000, although the very first strip appeared in print on October 16, 1991 in the UCLA newspaper, Daily Bruin, while Ishida attended UCLA.

He owns an intelligent laptop called “Lappy” and his reflection has become a demonic doppelganger that sows chaos at every opportunity.

Slick’s alter egos include Wasabi the Pimp Ninja and Uranus the Beat Poet.

So far, four books have been published: Unlike the web version it was colored before printing (in addition to being translated) and the epigram was cropped.

In June 2009, Dark Horse Comics republished the first volume of compiled strips and added a bonus section entitled Sinfest: The College Years (When It Was Even Worse).

with particular attention paid to human sexuality, gender roles, addiction, and religion.