Critiquing Comics #183: “Chad in Amsterdam” #5

Chad in Amsterdam 5

Chad Bilyue is on a roll! No sooner had he released issue 4 of Chad in Amsterdam than he was releasing issue 5 on its coattails. CIA 5 turns out to be a theme issue, on a bizarre and rather offensive aspect of Dutch culture. It’s about what happens when an entire country convinces itself that one of its customs isn’t racist, while it looks that way to nearly everyone else.

Also in this episode, big programming announcements from both Mulele and Tim!

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4 thoughts on “Critiquing Comics #183: “Chad in Amsterdam” #5”

  1. Abbot and Costello, Laurel and Hardy, Crosby and Hope, Tim and Mulele. All great teams! Mulele you’ll be missed, mate. The comics you’ve already created are great, I’ll be looking forward to seeing what you create next. Your art is superb. It’ll be interesting when you submit it to Critiquing Comics Podcast to see how it is received 🙂 Hey mate, I was 55 y.o. when I did Amazing Tales #1 so you’ve had a head start on me already. Sorry for the late comment but I’ve been away from my normal routine for a while, and only just listened to this podcast. Good luck with everything. Cheers 🙂

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