Ademar Vieira’s cartoon was only featured here a few days ago. It looked at the two conceivable worlds of having and not having a dog. We’re sharing more of his comics this time. What distinguishes these cartoons is that they don’t examine two distinct choices, and, like in life in general, there is only one outcome. And, like in real life, the results might be terrible.
Vieira’s stories are very moving, delving into tough issues such as parenthood, social injustice, economic disparity, the problems of quarantine, and death itself, particularly in light of the present pandemic. They’re very realistic and heartbreaking, so have some tissues nearby—you might shed a tear or two.

It’s no surprise that Vieira worked as a scriptwriter based on the stories. What is astonishing, though, is how accomplished he is at conveying these themes without using a single word. It’s fascinating how his wordless storytelling portray such a wide range of emotions, concepts, and ideas.

Credit IG; | ademar__vieira

Pandemics

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Ademar agreed to an exclusive chat with Bored Panda about his work and history in general. “I started drawing the comics unpretentiously, just as a method to exorcise my demons during a really terrible time that I was going through in early 2020, and when I uploaded them, I noticed that many others related with them.” I received positive comments, and as I proceeded to express my emotions, the audience grew. When I recovered from the terrible phase, we were in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, which meant that everyone was in a bad phase, so I proceeded to investigate the issues that people all over the world were facing. Now I’ve utilized the strips to convey my thoughts on various subjects that I believe are important, whether they’re personal, societal, or political.”

The Theater

Small actions may have a big impact on someone’s life. Have you ever considered what type of change your views are producing in the world? Note: It is fairly typical in Brazil for youngsters to support their families financially by selling goodies on the streets, as this boy demonstrates.

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He’s just had some success on social media, and he’s revealed his reaction to it. “I couldn’t believe it when one of my comic strips went viral throughout Latin America in June of this year.” In one week, I earned 100,000 likes and gained 20,000 followers. Famous individuals and celebrities came to chat to me and congratulate me, which put me in a good mood, but it also brought a sense of duty. People from all over the world were now seeing my comics, and I wasn’t only producing them for myself and my pals. I was extremely glad that the audience showed me a way to go as an artist, and I want to continue along that path to discover what else is wonderful.”

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He’s just had some success on social media, and he’s revealed his reaction to it. “I couldn’t believe it when one of my comic strips went viral throughout Latin America in June of this year.” In one week, I earned 100,000 likes and gained 20,000 followers. Famous individuals and celebrities came to chat to me and congratulate me, which put me in a good mood, but it also brought a sense of duty. People from all over the world were now seeing my comics, and I wasn’t only producing them for myself and my pals. I was extremely glad that the audience showed me a way to go as an artist, and I want to continue along that path to discover what else is wonderful.”

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What really matters

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The End
People Shared how our comics made them feel. Thank you!!!