Illustrator Creates 18 Intriguing Comics With Unexpected Endings
holidays are gradually rounding up and many people are beginning to believe
there’s no time for more fun. And for a serious start in the year, Tum Natakorn
Ulit, 27, an artist from Bangkok, Thailand has decided to share with you some heart-wrenching
Creating unique stories, Natakorn’s comics are almost guaranteed to tear you up real deep. While they are thematically different, the comics, however, pass a bittersweet sense of tragedy.
Inspired by personal experience, Natakorn interprets his pain into comics in a bid to express his feelings. And being a highly concentrated form of tragedy (the comics), it certainly would break one’s heart, but at the end of it all, a small ray of hope peer through.
We at Green Lemon couldn’t just resist Natakorn’s comics, so we decided to share with you 18 of Natakorn’s best comics. So, enjoy it!
Joseph Adeyinka: Joseph Temitope Victoria, nicknamed ‘Temmie,’ is a GreenLemon Author and Content Creator. After her studies at Olabisi Onabanjo University, where she got a B.Sc. degree in Geography and Regional Planning, Temitope worked as Journalist with a specialization in Business and Economy. Temitope also holds an M.Sc. degree in Population and Manpower Planning, and interestingly she’s a self-taught poem writer. She owns a website ‘TemmiesAnthology’ and has spent nearly 6years writing on several niches. Whenever there’s free time, she spends it editing books – one of her newest is ‘In His Green Book’ by Terence A. Asitibasi. Temitope can certainly do whatever she sets her mind on.