Yes. It has happened. I have actually made a comic.
It’s filler really and though I should be leveling, I felt I had to express my feelings about how beautiful the landscape of Pandaria can be.
I also just started playing now, I’m only at 87, so be kind.
Oh no, Fye meets Aza. The nightmare became worse.
Okay so, as of 4 days ago, “The Meet the Guild” story arc is two years old. Something that should have been a few weeks has extended more than the life of all the rest of my comic.
I’ve received a couple of…not too friendly e-mails about it.
Little did Xandie know, that tambourine was a magical morphin’ tambourine… oh wait, different show. Really though, I don’t get why Xandie and Aza didn’t like the band costumes. They’ll be the most original band out there! Yup, it’s never ever been done before. And look at that band name! “Solstia and the Meow Meows”? GENIUS! I mean, what else could a girl ask for other than a cool, original band outfit and an awesome name to go with it? Hmm…
The Following is a list of more things girls, (or maybe just Solstia), can ask for:
1) A pony
2) A kitty
3) A…pony kitty?
4) Cool kitty band costumes (oh wait, scratch that off the list I guess…unless…)
5) MORE KITTY BAND COSTUMES!!
6) Rumming up my wine, (This was actually tried….it is actually really good)….actually
7) Bubbles!…. My bubbles!
World Peace A shiny new blade… and maybe a new shield
9) A world full of puffy, round, pink hearts! (You thought that last comic was joking, well ha!)
10) a pterodactyl
That’s not asking a lot, right?… Right?
Anyways, in an attempt to practice concert goodbyes…
Stay tuned for Solstia and the Meow Meows tour dates!
Is it April Fools again?! My… how a year passes… Yes you were “April Fooled”. Josie and the Pussycats if you didn’t notice. Part of growing up, I read a lot of Sonic the Hedgehog comics. Little did I know when I started reading that they were done by Archie Comics. I read Archie a lot while I waited for the next “Sonic Comic”, but in boredom moved on to “Betty and Veronica”, then “Jughead’s Double Digest” and then digging into my parents’ stash of “Josie and the Pussycats”.
So there you have it. I promise you I don’t have anything planned for next year…………………….
So you guys get one a day early. I’m only doing this because I’m going to be so freakishly busy this week that I know I won’t update on Tuesday. The Auto-Updater will probably screw me up again.
It would appear that Amarantha won without keeping up her end of the deal, Zarillion’s and Aza are in…a coma…but Aza has it worse…
JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE GETTING SOMEWHERE!
OMG, so Aza came up with this AMAZING, drawing style! I was so excited I asked him to let me write the blog for this comic! I don’t know how Aza comes up with these new styles of drawing, but wow! The man is pure genius! Can’t get any more original than that! I think he captured our WoW characters perfectly! This is definitely a more accurate representation than before. You know what other web-comic artists who are competing with Aza for the millions of WoW web-comic reading fans out there? Watch. Out. Yeah, I said it! The innovation of this masterpiece of a comic is going to blow all of you out of the WoW web-comic waters. I know you’re all going to want to copy his new style, but really just don’t bother. You won’t be able to compete. Just kidding! (But really I’m not…)
I guess we really should find a name for it or something… anyone got any ideas?
EDIT #1: (Azarizotza) APRIL FOOLS!!!! Yes, I’m sure I got you all… I am a big fan of Genndy Tartakovsky…(Dexter’s Laboratory, Powerpuff Girls, Samurai Jack, Star Wars: Clone Wars) I always wanted to pay homage to his art. I actually HAVE been receiving emails about the dynamic of my comic not being dissimilar to The Powerpuff Girls. This gave me the perfect opportunity to (at least attempt) to fool you all and pay tribute to an artistic hero!
For those who missed it: The site looked like this on April, 1st. 2011.
I’m sorry to report! My style isn’t changing! (Due mostly from fear of stylistic copyright)
EDIT #2: Yes, I did in fact draw a full version of Kil’Jaeden as Mojo Jojo!
A COMIC! On a Monday!?
WTF?! After a MONTH of mourning the end of Tales from the Crossroads, I finally got this comic up. I learned a lot. It was bitter work, but it was worth it!
I figure you can have it today instead of making you wait until Tuesday since…I’m weeks behind…
Now: The story…Did Aza finish Zerkest or is he still kicking? I guess we’ll have to wait and see. But it’s clear that Aza has secured the way out of TMDM headquarters!
As far as life is going, I’ve found myself SWAMPED. Xandie and I are planning an actual wedding ceremony for our family and friends (though we are already married). I’ve been preoccupied with that.
So on my free time I ended up doing a guest comic for Coffinshaker instead of working on this one! (By the way, when you get to his site, hit the “First” link and read through his comics)
Until Next Time!
So, I’m a bit emotional about the ending of Tales from the Crossroads. There’s just so much to say, but I won’t say much. Judge the comic for yourself. The story was heartwarming and the man behind behind it is a rare specimen of kindness.
Tokkar. I wish you the best!
Looks like a very frustrated Zerkest is finally calling out Aza..I don’t like the way this is going.
Also, it looks like we get a little insight into Aza’s Past! Interesting indeed!
GOOD NEWS! I got some free time, so I was able to spin up a small comic anyway. I’m gonna try to get another small one up by Tuesday but no promises!
It looks like Aza was able to catch Zerkest red handed! Or did she?
EDIT: On a side note, this comic actually solidifies how I feel about Arcane magic. I always felt that Azarizotza was more of a theorist than say a “Battle-Mage”, so approaches it from a more scientific and mathematical/mechanical perspective. The idea of certain Arcane structures such as portals being, in essence, “built” from sort of mechanical components of other different spells, rather than just being a simple spell was prevalent in my mind. You’ll eventually see that there’s more to this.