13.09.11 by Jeff

Sean Clark

Love these comics by Sean Clark! Big high five to Chris who pointed me to Sean’s work via our Booooooom Tumblr. Yes Sean, I know who you are!

Comic artist Sean Clark

Comic artist Sean Clark

Comic artist Sean Clark













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • lapetitefaon

    great sense of humor, and I love the style of drawing

  • Jk

    Really fresh ! Mr. Pizza is my favorite :-)

  • this. is. the. fucking. greatest!!!!

  • magic hate-ball! hahaha!

  • Love these a lot, but the fact that he is only 19 makes me want to go back in time and angry slap my 19 year old self for being so untalented.

    • big compliment coming from you!

  • So good. Thanks Jeff-f-f-f-f-f-f-f

  • steve

    love these! they are so humorous!

  • xx_Munkii_xx

    So funny!





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