Heeeyyy, you guys remember my DA2 fancomic? Well, thanks to Doujinpress, it is getting printed in glorious color, along with some bonus pages of other Dragon Age 2 related artwork. The final thing is B5 size (standard doujinshi size) and 36 glorious color pages of elves, elves, elves and also some other crap but also elves. You in?
This comic will cost $10 plus shipping, where shipping will depend on if the rates increase any time soon—probably around $2.50 in USA and $6 elsewhere in the world. These should be in around mid-August. Please shoot me an email at devotomusicinhell[at]gmail[dot]com if you would like to reserve one. This does not commit you to buying and you’re not paying right now, but this lets me know how many I can sell at cons first if it comes to it. The print run for this was fantastically small, so if you want one, please let me know ASAP. Thanks!
The comic is not printed and on its way to my door! Please let me know if you want to pre-order! Otherwise, there will be pictures when they arrive if you want to wait and see how they turned out. Thank you!
My tablet sensitivity was all fucked up last night (just look at that text lmao), but this still happened. The innocent guilty-pleasures of four wendigo.
my tablet pen isn’t working correctly, but instead magically
All my webcomic making friends, I need a confession right now. Was your first work:
A) a gamer comic
B) a furry comic or
C) manga elves?
It was a Neopets fancomic.
A panel without the text.
Maria, the main wendigo character of my upcoming story. She’s bright, fun, very slightly crazy, and doesn’t let a damn thing slow her down. She’s extroverted, but has no time or inclination for dating or anything that goes with it. Unlike most of the other wendigo, she just stumbled into the condition: tainted meat. As a result, she lacks much of the baggage of the others and, as a result, tends to see things more clearly.
Dr. Park, the most recent wendigo. He’s not new to the community—he’s been the go-to physician for the wendigo of Vermont for a while, where Vermont is where people with the wendigo condition usually end up. He believed he could become a better doctor if he joined them. He wasn’t prepared for exactly how hard it is. Then again, his judgement is often far more questionable than one would expect.
Third wendigo of the night: Josie.
Ahh, poor Josie. She never took it well. Somehow, she has lasted far longer than the average wendigo, despite her meager means. Most thank her close friendship, and fierce loyalty, to Dr. Kaiser. She was a housewife in the late 70s, but all that fell apart. She gets Christmas cards from her children, sometimes.