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Drunken Master issue 10

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Drunken Master #10
Triple Crown
This issue features the third chapter of the ongoing Mixed Martial Arts comic book drama 'Prize', interview with band Ninja Academy, Guerilla Healthcare, cartoon "strips" Won Ton Not Now and the famous Cauliflower Ear Grand Prix! Pick a winner!

60pgs b+w interior. Color cover. 7" x 9.25"

You can see samples of the comic art from Prize and Won Ton Not Now on my website
http:\/\/luckynakazawa.com\/page4.html

Here are some reviews:

Our ex-adman is on the loose, and he's finally released the tenth issue of Drunken master. The "Prize" comic continues to delve into the mind of a fighter. It's a true MMA comic with a lot of heart. The cauliflower ear competition is funny as hell, and there's also commentary on bands and other stuff. someone give Kiyoshi a genius grant so his zine can come out more frequently.
- Eric Nakamura
Giant Robot magazine

"The greatest West L.A.-based zine about Asian pop culture that isn't named Giant Robot: Drunken Master, the work of writer-illustrator-martial artist Kiyoshi Nakazawa, is raw as fugu and packs the same lip-tingling thrills. past issues have included a manga series about a mixed-martial-arts fighter; the latest edition features a talking narwhal and a photo roundup of some of the most gruesome yet strangely beautiful cauliflower ears in grappling history. Published erratically and available at all Giant Robot outlets."
- Robert Ito
Los Angeles Magazine

"...The main event, though, is the comic. Kiyoshi has many talents, but I like his comics most. This installment makes a lot of headway into the plot about a MMA fighter developing his skills and coming to grips with his family issues. Don't hold off for a collected graphic novel, because that won't come out for a while.

I think the best part of the publication is that it's a true zine. Yes, you find out about the band Ninja Academy, new toys by Gargamel, and other neat stuff, but mostly you take away a glimpse into Kiyoshi himself. An indie-comics zine doesn't seem like a vehicle for fighting, rock 'n' roll, and good times at the bar, but Kiyoshi blends it all seamlessly."
- Martin Wong
Giant Robot.com
Drunken Master #10
Triple Crown
This issue features the third chapter of the ongoing Mixed Martial Arts comic book drama 'Prize', interview with band Ninja Academy, Guerilla Healthcare, cartoon "strips" Won Ton Not Now and the famous Cauliflower Ear Grand Prix! Pick a winner!

60pgs b+w interior. Color cover. 7" x 9.25"

You can see samples of the comic art from Prize and Won Ton Not Now on my website
http:\/\/luckynakazawa.com\/page4.html

Here are some reviews:

Our ex-adman is on the loose, and he's finally released the tenth issue of Drunken master. The "Prize" comic continues to delve into the mind of a fighter. It's a true MMA comic with a lot of heart. The cauliflower ear competition is funny as hell, and there's also commentary on bands and other stuff. someone give Kiyoshi a genius grant so his zine can come out more frequently.
- Eric Nakamura
Giant Robot magazine

"The greatest West L.A.-based zine about Asian pop culture that isn't named Giant Robot: Drunken Master, the work of writer-illustrator-martial artist Kiyoshi Nakazawa, is raw as fugu and packs the same lip-tingling thrills. past issues have included a manga series about a mixed-martial-arts fighter; the latest edition features a talking narwhal and a photo roundup of some of the most gruesome yet strangely beautiful cauliflower ears in grappling history. Published erratically and available at all Giant Robot outlets."
- Robert Ito
Los Angeles Magazine

"...The main event, though, is the comic. Kiyoshi has many talents, but I like his comics most. This installment makes a lot of headway into the plot about a MMA fighter developing his skills and coming to grips with his family issues. Don't hold off for a collected graphic novel, because that won't come out for a while.

I think the best part of the publication is that it's a true zine. Yes, you find out about the band Ninja Academy, new toys by Gargamel, and other neat stuff, but mostly you take away a glimpse into Kiyoshi himself. An indie-comics zine doesn't seem like a vehicle for fighting, rock 'n' roll, and good times at the bar, but Kiyoshi blends it all seamlessly."
- Martin Wong
Giant Robot.com

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(53)
Reviewed by yopj
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 17, 2018
always happy with your stuff
NEW Drunken Master Zine Issue Lucky 13. Won Ton Not Now Anthology.

Reviewed by brewer132
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 11, 2017
great original art. bought as gift. packaged well.
Inktober Day 27 "Atari Baby" Original Art

Reviewed by Toddangler
5 out of 5 stars
Nov 13, 2017
The print of the Warmaster's walk-out shirt looks great...and signed!
Limited Edition Refusing To Die Screen Print Autographed by Josh "Warmaster" Barnett & Lucky Naka

Reviewed by Toddangler
5 out of 5 stars
Nov 13, 2017
Going to look great on the wall (even better that it's signed). Beautiful work as always!
Lmtd RED and YELLOW edition Metal Hanya Screen Print Autographed by Josh "Warmaster" Barnett & Artist

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