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CHAPTER 12
The Prodigal Son Returns
  story & art by Kenfoo [ comic artist ]










 
Artist
:
Kenfoo
Brief Bio
:
Kenfoo is a comic artist whose daydream is to be a comic artist.

Whether or not he is really one, his only proof is by an adamant claim of aggression. As if his existence is not already a complete waste of the earth's oxygen, he provides further less by contributing nothing to society. In short, he's a scum of the planet. He doesn't work. He doesn't pay taxes. He doesn't even change his underwear for days.

Why in God's name is he even a contributor to this project is a baffling question to itself.
A sad human being by sad human sub-standards.

Quote by Kenfoo: "Before me lies only what I must do with the talent given to me before I die. Nothing else matters."
 


about

The Life Of Mann is a global collaboration in creative storytelling. Every 5 pages of the story will be attempted by a different artist/writer. There are no restrictions to the style of drawing, direction of story, or way of presentation. However, the story must CONTINUE. Characters can be included or excluded along the way, but the story must always revolve around the central character - Mann.

contact

Email josef@lifeofmann.com to volunteer as an artist/writer. Enquiries and feedbacks are most welcome.

contents

> chapter 1 (pg 01 - 05)
by Josef Lee
> chapter 2 (pg 06 - 10)
by JunMing
> chapter 3 (pg 11 - 15)
by Josef Lee
> chapter 4 (pg 16 - 20)
by Kunal Kundu
> chapter 5 (pg 21 - 25)
by Christian Koherr +
Norbert Tomasi

> chapter 6 (pg 26 - 30)
by James Tan

> chapter 7 (pg 31 - 35)
by Jacob Mallach +
C. Edward Klink

> chapter 8 (pg 36 - 40)
by Barbara Zucchi

> chapter 9 (pg 41 - 45)
by Jessica Eriksson
> chapter 10 (pg 46 - 50)
by Romolo Eduardo
> chapter 11 (pg 51 - 55)
by Wolfgang Hauer +
Caroline Hofer

> chapter 12 (pg 56 - 60)
Kenfoo
> chapter 13 (pg 61 - 65)
James Reed
 
© josef lee 2008