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Webcomic: How I Killed Your Master

"It is simple, Chan Sen. You can kill me and avenge your master, or you can listen to me and surpass him."
Liu Wong

A Kung Fu Wuxia Webcomic, written by Brian Clevinger and John Wood, drawn by Matt Speroni and lettering done by Jeff Powell.

A man seeks vengeance for the death of his master, Xu Li. The murderer, Liu Wong, offers him some tea and an explanation for his actions. This provides a Framing Device for the true story, of how Wong got to the level he's at today.

Notable for a consistently strong art style and dead-serious writing on-par with the greatest Kung Fu epics. Currently on hiatus since February 2011, though both Clevinger and Speroni have said it will eventually continue. You can find it here.

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