Old Master. Immortal. I always make mistakes in my life! THE creator of the comic Old. Master Q(老夫子), Alfonso. Wong Kar-hei (王家禧). Old Master Q is a popular Hong Kong manhua created by Alfonso Wong. The cartoon first appeared in the newspapers and magazines in Hong Kong in , and later serialised in The comic is still in publication today. The comic is copyrighted by WangZ Inc, a company established by Joseph . Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Explore Mark Dy's board "Old Master Q Comics" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Old master, Old comics and Laughter.
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Comics from all over the world-- America, England, Japan, Germany.. They were all my "teachers". Let's see Old Master Q Comics is nearing its 55th anniversary! Old Master Q is a classic comic strip created by Alfonso Wong in the early 's in Hong Kong and has been a huge hit across Asia since then.
This website strives to entertain OMQ fans, old and new!
Or maybe when you read them at the the barber shop when you were getting your bowl cut? We still have a pile of those magazines somewhere in a basement! The classic comic strips featured on this website and our Facebook page were created by the one and only Alfonso Wong.
This site and our Facebook page are created and maintained by Ginger Wong, a grand-daughter of Mr. We have full licensing rights to create and display comics on this site, so please do not use any of the comics and images here for profit purposes.
Unfortunately OMQ books are no longer being published. You may be able to find some on eBay or other used book stores. Joseph Wong has been a talented and prolific artist, as well as a professor of architecture.
Since , Mr. This takes the funny "Old Master Q" comic into a new century with new dimensions, bringing happiness to more old, middle-aged, teenage, young Chinese and foreign readers. Joseph retired from academics in , but he has become even busier with perfecting the OMQ design by creating his own Old Master Q artworks, with gallery installations across Asia celebrating OMQ.
Peter Wang is the 2nd son of Alfonso Wong, and like his father and brother, has also been prolific production artist in animation and comics throughout his life. But that's not the end of OMQ comics! They will continue to produce new material for licensing, marketing, and exhibition purposes. Also be on look out for spectacular OMQ exhibitions from Joseph Wong, as well as classic comic strip postings and product updates from this website.
Alfonso Wong. Alfonso Wong and the actor of the first OMQ live action film from Father and Son visiting their home in Tianjin, China.
How did the name "Old Master Q" come about? How did you come up with the character "Old Master Q"? Is Q modeled after a real person? How similar is OMQ's personalities comapared to your own?
What are the clothes that Q is wearing? How did the characters Big Potato and Mr. Chin come about? Why isn't there a main female character or girlfriend in OMQ?
What was your biggest accomplishment in the creating OMQ? What is the most unforgettable moment with readers? Now there are still female readers who write to me, thinking that I'm a young guy. What are you most satisfied or unsatisfied with this character? What is the difference between the old and new OMQ? Old Master Q Chinese: The cartoon first appeared in the newspapers and magazines in Hong Kong in , and later serialised in The series' cast is led by Old Master Q, an elderly, lanky man dressed in a distinctive traditional Chinese attire.
Supporting characters include Big Potato  Old Master Q's identically-dressed contemporary with a stumpy, big-headed build , Mr.
Chao main antagonist to Old Master Q, often pranking each other. The overall theme of the comics centres around humour, with characters usually portrayed in a variety of social statuses, professions and time periods, ranging from beggars and office workers to actors and ancient warriors, which allows for a wide variety of scenarios to explore.
More outlandish situations incorporate surrealism, close encounters with aliens, ghost sightings, and the afterlife. While each comic is typically produced as short strips of four, six or twelve panels, longer comics have been produced revolving around lengthier adventures of the main cast pitted again gangsters in modern Hong Kong or warriors in a wuxia setting.
While Old Master Q comics primarily focuses on humour, it also reflects changing social trends, particularly from the s to the s. The comics would sometimes feature societal problems in urban life, such as poverty, petty thefts and secret societies. It also poked fun at fashion,  contemporary art  and rock music.
The comic strips sometimes also bemoan the decline of ethical or moral values in modern-day living. Characters often display acts of selfishness or misery, although the comics occasionally display good values like filial piety.
The language barrier between the Chinese language and the English language is also depicted in some comic strips, illustrated with Old Master Q's difficulty communicating with foreigners, especially Westerners.
The comics have, on rare occasions, expressed serious views on major political changes taking place in Hong Kong during the ss. It had previously criticised overly Westernised Chinese, who were often shown in the comic strips kowtowing to Western interests over the local Chinese interests. The run-up to the handover of Hong Kong to China following the Sino-British Joint Declaration of also became a point of interest, as a few comic strips were published through the late s and early s expressing the characters' fears of handover, frequently represented in a numeral of the year it would take place: Some of these comic strips also depict direct assault of representations of the Chinese government and the Communist Party of China , occasionally in the form of caricatured depictions of Deng Xiaoping.
The handover was later depicted in more a positive light in the years leading to the actual event, possibly representing a changing perspective from the author.
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