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For my final project, I created a comic called The Adventures of Super Salmon. I created the character Super Salmon when I was in the 3rd grade, and now, I have used Super Salmon to help children understand an important lesson about polluting our oceans.

Read the comic here.

These are thumbnail sketches for a comic that tells the story of the rise and fall of Odd the Octopus, a villian of Super Salmon. Because of pollution in the ocean, the creatures of the sea are deforming and attacking mankind. It is up to Super Salmon, a flying fish, to save us from the angry creatures of the sea.

The comic will on the web and readers will be able to scroll through the story. Start at the bottom and scroll up.

A comic that has inspired me from an early age has always been the Spiderman game for Nintendo's Game Boy Color. This is one of the first times that I had ever seen an interactive comic, and I loved how the comic was key to understanding the purpose of the game.

This week's comic is an experiment with typography and the underlying emotion. For this comic, I wanted to create a comic for a word as image. Shown is the word happy demonstrating it's emotion.

Shown is a comic that simplifies and visualizes the story The Ape Lady in Retirement through my own reinvention. This comic is purposefully limited to only six panels.

This is a one-panel comic reworked seven times to illustrate all of the possible combinations of word and image. This past week, I went to Carlo's Bakery and enjoyed a piece of rum cake. The comic shows interdependent, montage, parallel, additive, duo specific, picture specific, and word specific combinations of words and images. Can you guess which one is which?

Shown is a conceptual visualization of myself. The purpose of these sketches is to define what the minimum amount of detail is needed to convey a subject.

This is my daily dairy. The patterns in my daily adventures are inspiration for story ideas.

Designed and developed by Steven Simon 2018