The Nigerian way of expressing art and graphics in pictorial representation has evolved and changed over the years. Various Nigerian startups have all begun creating a wave of revival in the entertainment of young people and older ones alike.
Comics are a way of expressing thoughts and ideas that tell a story. In Nigeria, we have very talented comic companies and startups that create the unending fun. Lets have a look at some of them and appreciate them.
From the photo above, Tag Comics talks about the challenges Nigerians face when they arrive at airports around the world.
Here, in a comic by Woshdraws, a class scene is illustrated here showing school students telling lies, but when a particular boy joins in the trend and tells his own lie, no one believes him. Making him feel bad.
It’s been six months since I made this. bruh!… (I can see how my writing has changed…but it’s Still my personal favorite, which comic is yours?) . . #Woshworld #Woshdraws #AfricanComics #AfricanParents #NigerianComics #ComicStrip #Comics
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Jayamma Abanobi is a youth blogger passionate about writing. He can be reached via email email@example.com