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Saul
Saul(@saulm)
March 11, 2018 8:51 am

Dear Kris,

This was a very short but relevant comic memoir in which I enjoyed reading. One thing I really liked was when your parents supported your idea. It showed how supportive and nice your parents are with you. Knowing your for the past fre years, and now reading this really does shows a lot about your identity performance. You’re one of the very few people who really enjoys and loves soccer. Keep this up and you might just get to the pro legues!. Anyway, I really enjoyed reading your comic memoir “Choices” and I hope you have a good rest of your day.

Salvador
Salvador(@salvadorp)
March 11, 2018 6:26 am

Dear Kris,
I really like your comic, “Choices” I think that it says a lot about yourself and how you became how you are. I like how you emphasized graphic weight on your third panel because it showed how you were nervous or scared to hear the response of your dad. I can see how much you like soccer, it is something that has always helped you be who you are as a person. Another part that I liked was the last panel when it seemed like you were relieved because you heard your dad say that anything you wanted. It shows how much your family supports you. I agree that one should always go for what they want and never give it up, it has shaped you into who you are as a person.
Thank you for your comic. I look forward to seeing what you draw next, because this was a very cool comic.

Marlon
Marlon(@marlont)
March 9, 2018 7:06 pm

Dear Kris,
I like how you used Graphic Weight on your third panel because it gives me a better understanding on how you felt during that moment. The fact that you were able to make how you felt stand out, stands out to me because this is really hard to complete. Good job!!

Nina
Nina(@ninac)
March 8, 2018 10:49 pm

Dear Kris,
I like how much you have changed, since this day had occurred. You make yourself look shy and indecisive then, but now I believe you have grown to be more outgoing and you seem to know what you want to do. By the looks of it your parents are pretty accepting to the choices to make. I hope soccer makes you a happy and better person!

Enrique
Enrique(@enriqueb)
March 8, 2018 7:10 pm

Dear Kristofer,
I am really proud about your comic ¨choices¨ because it showed how you were as a person and you wanted to do things that you would like. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is ¨Can I play soccer?.. really?”it showed how you were surprised on the voice you wanted to make and your parents accepted it. Thanks for writing.

Jaime
Jaime(@jaimeo)
March 8, 2018 7:10 pm

good work from your picture you can see graphic weight from your picture

Cesar
Cesar(@cesarm)
March 8, 2018 7:09 pm

Dear Kris,
I like how you wrote about your family supports of what choices you make in life and thats something that would help you in the future.

Arely
Arely(@arelyu)
March 8, 2018 7:07 pm

Dear Kris,
I am amazed about ur comic, choices because it really shows how you started to play soccer. It explains how it changed you on being a bad ass to an athlete.One part of your comic that stands out for me is where you have your graphic weight on your third panel. I think this explains a lot because it shows how nerves you where to hear your dad’s response.
Another part that i liked is where you talk about how you got bored trying to do stuff and nothing you’ve done you liked it. This stood out to me because is shows how your tried so many stuff and soccer was what stood out to you.Your comic reminds me of me when i was young because i also tried so many sports and soccer was the funnest one that stood out to me.
Thank you for your comic. I look forward to seeing what you make next, because you are very creative with good art skills.

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