50 pages, Perfect Bound, 12.5cm x 17cm, 2 colour risgraph insides, 4 colour risograph cover.
“I wish life can be like online games sometimes, if only I can just log out at anytime.”
“I don’t wanna be here, but there’s also nowhere to go.”
“Will you come to my funeral or even cry if I die? Just kidding there’ll be no funeral, such a waste of money. And also don’t you dare ‘RIP’ me on your/my social media, it’s pointless and no one truly cares plus I won’t see anyway, lol.”
A few days of boring personal events includes tons of the years of awakening thoughts about being alive in a short story. Basically just some random notes to himself during pandemic/and his whole life, that either he’s too busy being horny and too lazy to talk about because he thinks no one would understand but truly means something to him. Or he’s just whining tbh.
“Meng Tsung Lee is also known as Lazy Willy, but actually he is a very Hardworking Willy, and one of the most interesting, bold and surprising young comics artists working today. His creative practice is horny as hell, always lusting after new forms and ideas. He moves across countries like a murmuration of birds, literally leaving his mark everywhere he goes.”
- Rachel Ang
“Meng-Tsung Lee's work is intimately grotesque, deeply irreverent and painfully funny. It will make you cry, make you cum. His instagram might be Lazy Willy, but he is actually a very obsessively driven artist, evident in the elaborate detail and psychological weight of his immense output. He's one of my favourite artists.”
- Aaron Billings
Meng-Tsung, Lee - a.k.a. LAZYWILLY
Meng is a super duper independent Taiwanese PISCES mommy boy who moved from Taiwan and has been living/surviving in Naarm (Melbourne) since late 2014, worked as an illustrator/artist, at early 2018 got into tattooing, now working as a full-time tattoo artist, maybe part-time gamer and baby princess brat to his boyfriend.
This is Meng’s first long-ish story based and proper publish book ever. He has self published a few zines before as ‘Awkward Handick’ (2014), ‘Life Pervert’ (2016), and several other small editions. His work were also in the ‘Suburban Review’ in 2016 and ‘Comic Sans’ in 2019.
Now Meng just still struggling a lil bit but surviving in this simulation world just like everyone else.