Cartoonist Expresses Fears, Hopes and Dreams of Parents in This Joyful Comic
By Gavin Aung Than / zenpencils.com
Aug 2, 2016
Sooooooooo … can you tell I’m a new dad? My wife and I welcomed our first daughter into the world a couple of months ago and I’ve been feeling a lot of new, fatherly emotions since then. I wanted to express these emotions in a comic, but I didn’t want to use someone else’s words and I didn’t want to do a straight-up autobiographical comic. I wanted to adapt my own words into a unique story just like I would any other quote.
 
This is the third appearance of the Ballet Boy and his father. You can read PART 1 and PART 2.
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