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    Fatherly Advice (Comic)

    May 2nd, 2012


     

     



     


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    Capitalist Confusion

    November 9th, 2011


     

    Don’t worry, guys! Wednesday Webcomics are back from a largely disliked break. Sure, we all loved Oliver Taylor’s videos, but who didn’t miss Christian Esposito’s comics, even if only a little bit?

     


     


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    Learning To Cook

    August 24th, 2011


     

    Here’s yet another comic from our resident artist Christian Esposito. Be sure to click here for more from the ‘When We Were Young’ Series, or here for some ‘This Just In’ news stories.

     


     

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    Looters Beware

    August 17th, 2011


     

    Oftentimes, things happen. We call it ‘news’. And when it’s fresh off the newsdesk, you know it’s something worth hearing about. TrendFlux will endevour to bring you up-to-date news as it happens. So be prepared to hear us saying: “This just in”.

     

    I’m not gonna lie. I’m jumping the gun a little bit here; it’s only Tuesday night. But sometimes, these Wednesday Webcomics just can’t wait.

     

     

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    Riot Play

    August 10th, 2011


     

    Oftentimes, things happen. We call it ‘news’. And when it’s fresh off the newsdesk, you know it’s something worth hearing about. TrendFlux will endevour to bring you up-to-date news as it happens. So be prepared to hear us saying: “This just in.”

     

    So these riots in London really got out of hand fast. If only we stopped for a minute and thought about what we really wanted, the world could be a little more like this.

     

     


     

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    Slinky! Slinky!

    July 20th, 2011


     

    Welcome back to the fourth Wednesday Webcomic from the ‘When We Were Young’ series. This comic comes from a time when all toys were bright and shiny and therefore, we wanted them.

     

     

     

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    Handicaps In Gaming

    July 13th, 2011


     

    This is the third comic in the series known as “When We Were Young”. We all love to reminisce of our childhood memories, whether they be good or bad, so allow these comics to act as a visual stimulus for those of you with a weaker imagination.

     

    As children, we were all played video games, and naturally, we were awesome at them. Whether it be the NES, a Sega, or just a gameboy advance, we were each he king of our console. Unfortunately this did mean that when a nooby friend came round, we would have to make things a little bit easier for them.

     


     

    PREVIOUS – Crack Monster

     

     

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    Crack Monster

    July 6th, 2011


     

    This is the second comic in the series known as “When We Were Young”. We all love to reminisce of our childhood memories, whether they be good or bad, so allow these comics to act as a visual stimulus for those of you with a weaker imagination.

     

    When we were young, there was one thing we all had to watch out for, much worse than pedophiles, or pterodactyls. It was stepping on cracks. No matter how wide or how deep, they were avoided at all costs. No one knew of the terror that would befall them if they stepped on one… until now.

     

     

    PREVIOUS – Babysitter Terror NEXT – Handicaps in Gaming

     

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    Babysitter Terror

    June 29th, 2011


     

    Welcome to the first comic strip of many here at TrendFlux, drawn by our very own artist-in-residence, Christian Esposito. This comic is part of a series called “When We Were Young”. We all love to reminisce of our childhood memories, whether they be good or bad, so allow these comics to act as a visual stimulus for those of you with a weaker imagination.

     

    When we were young, there was nothing worse than being introduced to people you don’t know, especially when you are forced to spent the evening together. In some cases, one would be better off escaping into the night, as illustrated by the pictures below:

     

     

    NEXT – Crack Monster

     

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