Comic Strips: Honest Speculations and A Look Back

I’ve made 14 comics so far. Comic strips sharing a lot about my inner thoughts about life and the faith. 


 Yet in spite of this, I still really fail to define what I am all about, and it is getting a bit difficult to keep making comics. I’m mostly getting in these dilemmas, or maybe just unable to handle my time well.
Anyway, here’s a post looking back at the comic strips that I have made from February 2013 – October 2013. You can click on the images to bring you to the original comic post.

Comic #1: Wait And See

I made Wait And See with the confidence that Christ keeps on redeeming me in the midst of the disbelief and self-doubt. This has, in a way, touched other people through and through.

Comic #12: Lightyoke & Me (Part 1)

Comic by Tactician Jenro / Jose Chipeco

The comic strips are making a comeback, featuring Kaylan and the yellow butterfly, Lightyoke. This is the first part of the comic, and the second part to arrive soon. I hope I could create a whole plot, including characters and settings, hopefully making this into a web-comic with a following. So any ideas would be appreciated.

But here’s a question:

If you were the butterfly Lightyoke, what advice would you give to the struggling Kaylan?

Your comments are most welcome!



Comic #7: Anxiety

comic by tacticianjenro

comic by tacticianjenro

More like a question rather a story, this comic shows some of the thoughts I’ve had about what it takes to have a well-lived life and about what it means to worry. The Bible tells us not to worry and not to fear, but at the same time there are some places in it where we can feel this way instead. 

Emotions, opinions, can get quite rough and they make you feel like you’re miles behind. People often compare life to a race, or a competition, but, in spite of how they insist it is, I’d rather “lose” than “win”.

The answer to this, probably, is found in my previous comic, “One I Need“.