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Hey there, Ultizeta here! You can call me Ulti for short. I'm an all-around content creator making online media since 2010. I'm a large fan of video games, specifically Nintendo but I'm open to other publishers as well. The stuff I make tends to revolve around games or things akin to games.

Here on Smack Jeeves, my most well-known work was Kirby Adventure, a sprite comic I worked on for almost eight years. Now that it's finished, I'm working on my original drawn fantasy comic, Shards of Krino. I also do Let's Play videos on YouTube and occasional livestreams on Twitch, so follow me there by looking up Ultizeta.

Other random facts: I'm a digital artist, I love music, I spend most of my time talking with friends on Discord, I am gay, and I enjoy doing lots of critique and analysis.

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Oh hey, you're back making comics, nice

I should mention that Robin's text is incredibly hard to read on those green and gray backgrounds. It might be worth giving the text a stroke/border or speech bubble, so that it can be easily read on any color background.
Yeah who knows what he could do next

He might throw TWO punches

Or even a kick
Oh I see now

Dark Matter and Zero are sentient eldritch blobs of untold power that manifest normally in large, spherical shapes and have single eyes.

The Author Doo is just secretly an even stronger form of Zero with temporal powers, multiple manifestations, and the ability to manipulate anything he so desires as if "editing" the world around himself.

I've solved the mystery.
The real winner all along was always Etam.
Maybe it's just me, but I see this less as "betrayal" and more of 'what exactly would Ganondorf be able to do in that situation that doesn't also put himself into the exact same situation?' hence the "If I stay here, I'll be pushed off too" thought
Not sure how I feel about using something so spoiler-riffic a mere few weeks after it was introduced in a Kirby game.
The real question is when Point Zero will happen
not gonna lie, that got a laugh out of me
hi i see the big changes
The singular form of dice is indeed "die".
oh boy I sure do love having absolutely no idea where characters are in relation to one another
I see a glowing fist in the clang panel

That doesn't bode well, methinks
I feel like Galacta Knight's dialogue here wasn't finished
He just doesn't want the chips to go to waste

Five second rule and all that
Somebody get the cheese and dip, we've got nachos to eat
I checked. It's not true. He threw it on the *second* page.
So, this is just for television shows? Or can movies or video games also work for this?

Also, I'll suggest the pilot episode of Kirby: Right Back at Ya
Which character makes the best sandwiches?
Guess those giant longwinded comments finally proved they could pay off in the long run