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Well, guess I should talk about my self. Hmmm, where to start. Ok, the names Dan, I'm a college student interested in cooking, drawing, some video games, and web comics. I spend some time on the computer, either on line or making my comic with the miracle of Microsoft paint, would like to draw my own comics, but can't draw that good, don't have a whole lot of money, and frankly I'm too lazy to. Well, I hope you enjoy my comics.
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@Lynxiechan: Dude, it's Jigglypuff. If watching the series has taught me anything, it's to fear a mic/marker wielding pink orb shaped primadonna.
A Pokemon movie not about a 10-11 year old saving the world from a power pokemon(s).

Can't imagine a live action Pokemon movie based on the main franchise nor any of the other games. If the premise is "Solving a big case with a talking Pikachu", then it allows for a lot more flexibility then "10-11 year old becoming the regional Pokemon champ." Without rushing through it. Optimistically cautious, but still have a feeling this could be a better movie based video game, if not one of the best; though kind of a low bar really.
As not cool as shooting the man you've sworn vengeance when he was at his weakest is, screwing up the whole thing while they escape an explosion by jumping out of window several stories high and into a pool is even less cool. Mainly because the whole escaping out cools anything you could think of.
At least Styx isn't under estimating Justice and intends to use ever resource she has in crushing her.
Time traveling aliens fucking with our tropes?! Now they have gone too far!
"Dude f*cked up." Now to write it in a less crass and more formal way.
November 11th, 2018
Rebecca: Amber, you are adopted.

I am sure that would be less world shattering than the fact that they found Sean's missing shoe.
So, who was getting tired of that guy? I sure was.

Not a hundred percent happy with this page and been going over it and redoing it to the point I am ok with this and it get things moving where I want them. Not the best thing for a story if you have to force things to happen, but feel like I can move on now.
November 5th, 2018
The sweater does look nice and warm.
November 5th, 2018
Adrian: So, did Angela mention the whole Naidraug being made from dead bodies part?

Celeste: ... no, but just has a tea party with zombies, so I guess that is cool.
And they say that day in the city of Vermilion, At-Articus's heart grew zero sizes, but instead his whole body was covered in goosebumps from the touch of the old gentleman.

Oh and George leveled up and gain +2 in diplomacy.
For a very important date date?

Some people cross bridges, others blow 'em up. And speaking of crossing, seems Amber has something n her mind.
This took longer then it should have. Needed to get ready for my trip, needed to redo something in the comics, also some real life stuff. Nothing to serious, just stress with my older brother as well as spending some time with my youngest sisters daughter... a lot had happened during my time away, including having a new niece. Not sure if I talked about my first one from my older brother or not, but around the second week of July was when my sister's daughter was born. Get to help out watching her once a week, though this week got to help to watch her twice. Reminds me a bit when my brother's daughter was that young.

Well any ways, no updates until after Halloween, not sure how many of my fans still read my comic, but for any of you still out there, thank you and have a happy Halloween!
October 26th, 2018
High dive!

Finished reading from the start. Can't wait for more.
Hey, some new characters for this story line. Had to go back and forth who to add, if I wanted to add any of these guys.

So, expect an update later this week before I take off to spend sometime in the happiest place in the world.
Took me a bit to figure out how to do the whole hypnotizing parts, but I hope it's clear what's going on.

Planing on doing a couple more updates before my trip on the end of the month. Hoping to have time to do a third on and have it auto update when I am gone.
Hey guys, not too sure how many of you still read this comic, especially considering the unannounced nearly 2 years hiatus, though for those of you still reading, thanks.

Sometime ago, not sure how, but pondered what it would take for a bunch of vampires to come together, since the idea of a vampire army was ridiculous. I mean, figure that if a vampire has to feed on a human reach night, and in some lores they either kill the human they were feeding off or at the very least drain them enough where they just pass out. Looked up how much blood a person can lose, which was 40% or about 4 pints, four times the amount you donate for blood drives, and adding that a vampire sleeps during the day (I'm giving them 12 hours for summer months and harsh winters) that my Vampires would need at least 2 pints a night plus 12 hours of sleep. Even then, if trying not to kill anyone, as to not rouse suspicion, that's a person a night per vampire. Then you add in how long it would take a person to recover from blood loss, I just can imagine groups of vampires being about to stay active let alone forming armies. Vampires would need an alternative source for them to be able to amass into a force, much like how humans needed to farm before we could build towns and cities.
Hey, wanted to get this one up earlier and hopefully can get the next part up in the next few days.

So, this story arc will be focusing on the relatively younger Professor as they come from Shelterville from the 2016 Halloween Crossover Caper, which you can check out here:

It's been awhile since I did a Halloween themed comic that wasn't part of the H.C.C., partly since they kind of stopped after the last one. Had some fun times with working with other characters, and the few times I collaborated with other authors were really great. However, felt like with each one there was missing this kind of connectivity and also how a lot of the older authors weren't participating it felt like it wasn't growing as much.
Well, t'is the season.
Well damn, we're at THAT point.