Hipsters We Have Heard On High


Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen

Art & Story By: Michelle Christensen


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  • gigi

    I think it was more meant to be funny, not really dissing. I wear stuff like this too, but i also know people who have certain personalities that go with the hipsterness.. i think that is maybe what it was trying to say? idk! drawings were funny though. like!

  • Zuri

    That was stupid.. Not everyone who dresses 'that way' is a hipster. I love vintage clothing, skinny jeans and boots. And I do show expressions. This was not funny at all..

  • Kay

    So this was cute and all, but I don't think most of gurl's target audience can relate to it. We're not hipster comic artists in Williamsburg. Most are suburban teens dealing with typical suburban issues. I liked the drawing style, but um, the content was ill-fitting here. You guys need to call Martina, Adriana, and Amy Marie. The latest comics have been lacking.

  • cocopebbles

    Yeah.. it's pretty clever actually. I know a lot of hipsters who dress like this.. like.. ironically.. lol.

  • Sarah

    Cocopebbles, looked up the lyrics and it makes more sense now. I also looked up “Gloria, in excelsis Deo” (Latin for “Glory to God in the Highest”).

  • cocopebbles

    It’s supposed to be like the song “Angels we have heard on high” Which is why it’s random. I got it.

  • J

    I thought this was going to be a linear story, really confusing. Nevertheless, I love the doodles.

  • lalala

    haha i didnt exactly get this. lolz 🙂