Here's a short comic I made for my russian class. I finished it over the course of an afternoon (where I also watched The Diamond Arm, a movie I highly recommend) and the following morning. So forgive the messy nature of the last three pages - it was a rush job. For those of you who don't know russian, the text is as follows:
Page 1: A MARKET SOMEWHERE IN STAVROPOL
Old Man: How much for the watermelon?
Armenian: 65 Rubles.
Old Man: What?! That's too much!
Page 2: Old Woman: How much for the stereo?
Georgian: 500 Rubles.
Old Woman: What! You Georgian thief!
Old Man & Woman: Who will save us from these high prices?
Page 3: Vova the Cossack: What was that?
What? High prices?
Not today, you Caucasian (as in from the Caucasus Mountains) thieves!
Page 4: Vova: YOU! (Plural)
Georgian: Oh no!
Vova: I’ll show you high prices!
Georgian: It’s Vova the Cossack!
Page 5: Vova: So, you want more?
Georgian: No. We’ll lower the prices.
HURRAH! GLORY TO VOVA!