Comic strip of the week by Tahoma Junior High cartoonist Tyler Friesen

Tyler Friesen, age 14, attends Tahoma Junior High and lives in Ravensdale.

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Tyler Friesen attends Tahoma Junior High and lives in Ravensdale.

Tyler Friesen, age 14, attends Tahoma Junior High and lives in Ravensdale.

He’s a typical teenager who loves music, movies, playing guitar, hanging out with his friends, sleeping in and eating – lots of eating. He loves his kid sister (although hesitant to admit it) and the little family dog, too (although Muffin doesn’t always reciprocate). From an early age he loved to draw and read cartoons which evolved into creating his own comic strip.

His drawings and humor have entertained family and friends with his unique view of the world that connects with a wide audience.

 

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