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There are some recurring types of strip, such as "You Had to Be There" (where the reader is not told what the characters are discussing), "Japanese Calligraphy" (where one of the characters transforms over four panels into a kanji ideograph, usually related to the strip in some way), "Porn Script Readings" (where Monique and Slick read porn star dialogue in deadpan style, except for once where they used flashcards for a Silent Film reading), "The Matriarchy" (a humorous alternate universe which features Slick, Criminy, and Squigly as leaders of a masculine resistance against a matriarchal regime), and "Ninja Theatre" (where the characters take on the roles of heroes and villains in a martial arts movie).
Though there originally was little overarching story or continuity in Sinfest, the central characters have undergone some development and several of them are having their backstories fleshed out at irregular intervals, particularly Li'l Evil and Baby Blue.
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Whether it is a plot that went nowhere, a character that got derailed, an immature response to critique or a message that was conveyed in a horrendous way, Tatsuya Ishida has made a truckload of moments in his comic that he will probably never live down, enough so that it earned Sinfest it's own page here on TV Tropes.
Feminist or not, you're not going to have a fun time sitting through these events.
It'll continue junking up the earth, attempt a wild and crazy escape to Mars or something, die out by its own poisonous effluvium or blow itself up, thus ending the Rule of Mammals and ushering in The Age of Insects, who will use all our plastic and styrofoam and non-biodegradable radioactive waste as fuel for their little bug cars and build fantastic little bug cities and little bug kids will read about the giant prehistoric humans with awe and delight.
I could die tomorrow and humanity will go chugging along its merry way.Everyone is welcome to use this, but please consider setting your feed reader to request it no more than once or twice a day, to conserve bandwidth.The feed is only updated once a day anyway, so there's no point in checking it more frequently. I am not affiliated with Ishida in any way, and have never even spoken with him.with particular attention paid to human sexuality, gender roles, addiction, and religion.