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*Rises from ashes*

I used to make dumb Kirby sprite comics back when I was a wee lad. Now I am a wee college student, here to deliver more slop to the Internet.

Profile circa 2009:
Formally metacomic.

I like TV, gaming, makin' webcomics, and drawing.
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January 25th, 2010
Sorry for the delay, school and crap.

Anyway, expect less frequent updates, I'm thinkin' once or twice a week.

That is all! ^_^

Filler until I can find where I put that frickin' background from #8... >_<
January 19th, 2010
Um, a little bit, not really. Why?
...Crap, you're right. -_-
XD Exactley.
Yep. Totally a Catscratch rip-off.
Looking back, I'm disgusted I didn't fix Meta Knight.
Pretty much. =)
January 12th, 2010
Fun fact: This comic started almost 10 years after Galacta took over.

No, of course they don't age!
January 11th, 2010
Thanks, DJoing. =D

And Dialga, don't worry, they're not returning, it's just a cameo...sorta. ;)
January 10th, 2010
Thanks for the support. =)

@Djoing: Seriously? Dang, that sucks. Changing...

EDIT: Done! Thanks for pointing that out.
January 10th, 2010
By the way, I got a new banner. Like it?
January 9th, 2010
Thanks you! ^_^
I can't read this anymore. It's too painful. >_<

...Anyway, a few things:

1. Don't change Kirby's sprites between comics.

2. Panels are too big.

3. Don't change backgrounds mid-comic.

4. Don't use a background, and then suddenly make a random, out-of-place comic with no background.

Try to expand the characters ad story, too.
*reads comic*


*reads again*

No matter how...sub-par this comic is, I have to admit that last panel was funny.
January 9th, 2010
We got two fans by #2, let's get one mo'! ^_^
January 8th, 2010
Thank you so much, sir!
Dear Fans:

Well, good news bad news:

Bad News: If you prefer my spontaneous, random, no-plot style, try a adapt. ^_^()

Good News: If you prefer my "movies", AKA "Attempts at a plot that are too short to be good", then you're in luck! M.O.C. 2.0 has along-term plot, so no rushing.

Anyway, this isn't goodbye, not yet. M.O.C. 2.0 has all the same characters and the style of humor you've come to expect from the like of me!

Sincerely, Metaright

(After all, 270's a pretty good run, don't ya think?)