There comes a day in every bloggers life where they must collaborate with some wanty subordinate to write a post. Unfortunately, this has become a weekly affair of which lies no escape. So I‘ll suck it up and keep on trucking while enduring my… uhg… co-writer Jess Lamarche.
No. You know what, you? “Sir?” Mr. so-called “Paul Ungar”? I don’t need this. This is too gorram much! YOU’RE NOT MY REAL BOSS!
Honestly, the sass is unbearable. It really drives the consumption of alcoholic coffee throughout my day and strangely my need to buy indie games off of the Steam marketplace. You just can‘t explain that.
Wasted Talent is a semi-autobiographical, CANADIAN (woo!) webcomic of Angela (AKA Jam/Jamfish) as she goes through the engineering program at her university and her ongoing career as a writer. Hilarity ensues in this funny and cute webcomic.
Jess: This is such a great webcomic. I love it for the fact that it looks homemade; no computer program tweaking just scanned in doodles on paper that tell hilarious and super cute stories. Not to mention, the depicted relationship her and Trevor have, with its own adorable language and stuff, is one I’m particularly envious of. I love reading those panels though.I also commend you, Angela, for making the full trek through such a challenging program and emerging alive if not slightly crazy for the experience. You are a better woman than I and I thank you for drawing your antics for the world.
Paul: WT is a cute and strangely funny comic that grows along with the author. The art style from the beginning are radically different from present panels and while simple compared to other webcomics in cyberspace, it is perfect for the story told.
Jess: This one gets a full 5 out of 5 silly fish pencils. This comic makes me super glad I’m not an engineer, but also super glad she is one.
Paul: Wasted Talent gets 4 out of 5 anime addicted engineering pencils. While the story is very much autobiographical, Angela makes it incredibly entertaining to read.
Folks, I have to keep this brief because it appears my so-called “boss” had one too many Black Russians and is becoming belligerent. Long story short, Wasted Talent is absolutely worth checking out and getting into. Trust us, we’re professionals. Anyway, I have to go try and convince poor impaired Paul that the rubber tree plant in the corner is not trying to steal his socks or insult his necktie.
Until next time,