In case you weren’t aware about the situation surrounding Youtube pegasister KP, please take a look at these videos before professionally criticizing on my comic (NO TROLLING, SLANDERING OR BADMOUTHING THE COMMENTERS OR YOU WILL BE BANNED!!)
Upon recent events regarding Kippy’s questionable handling of staff, such as restricted schedules, intolerance for tardiness, plagiarism and overworking her volunteer workers to the point of exhaustion, my reaction to this drama was to create a comic that is NOT meant to put hate on the pegasister celebrity, but rather criticize her art of management in a rather stern yet constructive way. Now, if I were to turn KP into some Hitler-like dictator with an iron fist or drew an ugly face, would be considered hate art in my perspective. However, this comic is meant to highlight the perspective from her workers on how they view KP and how hard it was for them to quit, protest and criticize against their boss (well, that is, until the news about this drama came out…)
We all heard about “”, so I figured I should do a short comic series called “”. Basically, I wanted Kippy to listen to this message asking “”, and I saw a bunch of OMQ comics about Master Q dealing with his boss in the most strangest yet funny ways and thought “Why not turn the MLP main cast into corporate slav—I MEAN––workers and have them react to Kippy in real life as a CEO of KPC (Kim Possible Corporation)?” Now, of course, this is meant to be an analogy about stressful daily lives in the workplace, but by putting this comic into a more vibrant and colorful scheme, this comic expresses in both the elating facade of Kippy’s analysis videos, yet still highlights the somber side of working under a significant amoral authority.
(as in, you’ll become more sympathetic near the end)
P.S. I’m not aiming to get horse famous! If you don’t like what you see about my representation of Kippy, you can take me off your watch and never see me again or just ban me from viewing your profile page, I don’t care!! I just need to get this off my chest before I go back to doing more positive OMQ comics (well, that is, if you can call them “positive”)
(or you can just leave if you don’t have something professional to say!!)