An Epic Teahouse Comic Discovery
March 3, 2014 @ 1:41 pm (Permalink)
I am supposed to be working on my crapstone project, but instead I decided to join in on the livestream of Teahouse Comic for a bit. At first I didn’t say anything, and after a minute, I left. But then I decided to come back, and I am very glad I did because of what happened later.
The first thing I asked E was if she and CC were ever going to visit South Korea. E told me that they were just here last year, and we briefly talked about how amazing Korean food was, and E mentioned that CC grew up here. The livestream continued, and someone posted a link to an interview of E and CC. That interview didn’t show me who CC was due to bad lighting, but that still made me notice that CC didn’t look full Korean, so I asked E, and she told me CC was half-Korean and half-Caucasian. While this happened, I was going through Teahouse Comic Tumblr, and I saw that CC also did The Fox Sister. Then someone came into my mind, and I looked that someone up, guessing that CC may be someone I actually know.
I started spazzing out in the livestream chat, and I asked on the Teahouse Comic Tumblr if CC was XX, and E confirmed my guess.
asdfjkl;asdfjkl; CC was someone who lived in my neighbourhood, we rode the same bus, and she was like an older mentor-friend to me. CC also drew and wrote in my seventh grade yearbook. And when I told her PE scared the living daylights out of me, she assured me that PE wasn’t that bad.
In the livestream, CC and I were reunited, and she remembered me, too! EEEEEEEEEEEEE! Just, holy crapaholy of everything that’s mind-blowing to the Andromeda Galaxy. I knew that the world tend to be small, but I never thought it’d be this small to where I know a famous comic artist! Just, wow!