Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Mobon

Years ago I did a comic book called Pan-Gea. The book was published by Ape Entertainment as that company got up and running. It was a good one, I think. I followed it up with another Pan-Gea comic called 7 Arrows. These are all available at my website.

Anyway, in the spirit of #finishit, here is another Pan-Gea tale that has been lying around for about 10 years. It isn't my best work but it's a succinct little tale and I might as well put it out there into the world.

The character has a name but I choose not to utter it. She goes way, way back for me. She was my first serious D&D character.

Enjoy. And finish your projects, you lazy bastards.







9 comments:

  1. That was one kick arse comic! Wow! I love the story and the artwork as well, simply awesome!

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  2. Now I'm reading all your comics! Great stuff! you should combine your love for rpg's and Awesome art and story telling talents and make a comic about a D&D band based on your Class and Rule options! You could even call it Doomslakers! I kick arse at finding other people tons more work to do!

    Love your stuff man!

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    1. Thank you, that's super awesome to hear! I have definitely toyed with a Doomslakers comic. But I don't know if/when it will happen as a real thing. Comics are hard work! Hah.

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  3. Whoa, a new(kind of) Pan-Gea comic isn't something I expected to see anytime soon, but it's certainly very welcome. Now I'm interested in this character, sounds like there's a lot of history behind her.

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    1. Yeah. She was my first real D&D PC that I identified with and followed as a character. I think she was a thief-acrobat because I had borrowed Unearthed Arcana from a buddy. But later she was also a druid or something. She had "nekodes" or claws that were magical because I also owned Bushido.

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  4. Is there anywhere we can but these comics in paper form?

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    1. Well, this particular one isn't in print. But most of the Pan-Gea stuff is in the Pan-Gea comic. I have some copies left if you are interested in getting one. Just email me.

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  5. Who broke the Blog? No updates!! Feed us FEED US! WE WANT POSTINGS WE DO!

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