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Kaitlyn Narvaza, better known by her internet name Instantmiso, is a comic artist. She is the author of the webcomics Where Tangents Meet and Siren's Lament.

HistoryEdit

Kaitlyn enjoyed drawing and reading comics as a hobby when she was four years old.[1] Seventeen years later, her uncle convinced her to make a comic on LINE Webtoon, so she created Where Tangents Meet. Kaitlyn was surprised by her success and decided to make comics as her job.[2]

While working on Where Tangents Meet, she befriended KennyComics who shared his music compositions with her and eventually gifted her a soundtrack for one of her episodes.[3] He then continued to make music for her webcomics, including Siren's Lament.

Instantmiso At A Convention 1
After finishing Where Tangents Meet, Kaitlyn started Siren's Lament, a webcomic inspired by her love of the ocean and fairytales like The Little Mermaid.[4] She is currently a student working on both her studies and her job as a comic artist/writer.[5]

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  1. "I actually started drawing comics around the age of four, and I have always had a love for making stories. I was also constantly inspired by reading and collecting comic books during my childhood."
    -Kaitlyn Narvaza, interview on HelloGiggles
  2. "It was the first time I was sharing my stories with a public audience, so I was surprised when I found out that quite a few people actually enjoyed my creations"
    -Kaitlyn Narvaza, interview on HelloGiggles
  3. "We actually started collaborating in my first series, Where Tangents Meet, when he let me listen to some of the songs he composed. He surprised me one day by presenting me with a song for a specific episode of WTM and I was absolutely thrilled!"
    -Kaitlyn Narvaza, interview on Young Adult Books Central
  4. "I’ve always lived close to the ocean, so I thought it would be fun to make a story with a similar setting that reminded me of home. My sisters and I have also always been fascinated by fairy tales and the classic story of “The Little Mermaid,” so I was inspired to write a fantasy with a twist."
    -Kaitlyn Narvaza, interview on Young Adult Books Central
  5. "She is currently attending school while simultaneously creating Siren’s Lament"
    -Instantmiso's Goodreads profile
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