#1: The Story Begins…

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So there’s probably two types of folks who are reading this strip: The folks who are looking at the first page for the first time and the folks who are re-reading the archives. To the first group I AM SO SORRY. This comic started in 1999 with me still in high school and not knowing… Continue reading #1: The Story Begins…

#2: Who Needs a Plot? Not Us!

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Here you can see I attempted to use a digital text to handle the comics. But because I had no idea what I was doing due to only having I think Paint Shop Pro at home and scanning the comics on the computer…it looked awkward and bad because I used default text. LEARNING MISTAKE 1.… Continue reading #2: Who Needs a Plot? Not Us!

#3: Someone Isn’t Getting the Point

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Still attempting those word bubbles, still adding in friend characters. Merlitz in particular was a tricky one regarding his cameo. In Furcadia, MissMab (who was my avatar in the game. Mistake 3: Self inserts!) and Merlitz were a couple so my teenage self figured it was obvious the relationship should play out a bit in… Continue reading #3: Someone Isn’t Getting the Point

#4: Going For Second Best Isn’t Always a Good Idea

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Fun thing about Furcadia: Everyone had wings. At least my group of friends did cause we were all folks who played enough that we purchased the wing packs and wings were cool. I eventually nerfed some of the wings down in the comic, but I can safely say DMFA singlehandedly is responsible for me never… Continue reading #4: Going For Second Best Isn’t Always a Good Idea

#5: Ah, the Ironic Ending…

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And so it begins, the start of the comic. Intros are sometimes the hardest part of doing a comic. Because it is supposed to set the pace and introduce everyone and you want it to come out strong. When I started DMFA…I honestly did not expect it to go where it is now at the… Continue reading #5: Ah, the Ironic Ending…

#6: Something Different…

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That love of breaking the fourth wall will haunt me as I go. Though truth be told I’m 80% certain this gag was probably half ripped from a newspaper comic somewhere.