IPA pronunciation: [zybɪts]
Charlie & The Electric Co.
This is the earliest example of a Zübit cartoon from around 1977, even before they were named "The Zübits". The name went through a various combinations in punctuation by the use and removal of umlauts over the u and i. Note the umlauts over the u and i, the ï was later changed to a regular i). This original drawing was sent to the Creem and the Rolling Stone magazines along with other sketches as a pitch to have them featured in a column. Obviously there was no response to these unsolicited requests.
Attempts to continue the electric light company theme.
The Zubit People
We see the coinage of the "zübit" name for the first time.
Victims of Fate (Kader Kurbanları in Turkish)
This social commentary is alluding to a social scene during the mid-70s in Ankara, using the Turkish cliché slang phrases of the times. Let me know if you want to attempt an English translation/transliteration.
Split, Slice & Salt
A three part series where Zübits demonstrate limited shape-changing qualities.
A tendency towards a graphical refinement can be observed. The "Trojan Parallel" is a reference to the alternative paper that was in publication at the University of Southern California in the early '80s.
Boredom in Class
Sketching during lectures in college, not sure what subject.
After an absence of several years, Zübits make a comeback in 1984.
Blinded by Science
Zübits transform into robots following the techno trend of the eighties, which does not last long (for them).
Zübits introduce themselves to my cousins Jonathan and Maria in 1990.
Bits and Bytes & Bugs
My new career in computers has an influence on the Zübits.
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Attack & Revenge
In 1978 the Zübits experience an unprovoked attack by the Glips militia and they fight back nasty.
Don't forget to visit the Glips.
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