Well that was an incredibly nice comic...

Well that was an incredibly nice comic...

Postby RagingCynic on Tue Jun 15, 2004 5:57 pm

I first loaded the site and I was all like "huh?" and then I scrolled down and I was like "woah, it's a sword, AND a COMIC, at the SAME TIME!" and then I was like "oh no, it's the attack of the horrible puns! (only not really because they are part of what makes FRAMED! FRAMED!... or something)" and then I was like, huh, axe slashyness with head falling off the side, this looks all freaky like and misformatted, it's bigger above the slashy than below..." and then I was like "Oh Em Gee, it's the HILT of the sword... well isn't that just incredibly NIFTY!"

Yeah, I liked it...
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Postby Not damonk on Wed Jun 16, 2004 6:10 pm

Thanks, RC!

I always love when I can break out and do something a little different and unexpected... makes me enjoy comicking all that much more.

Now here's hoping I have the opportunity to do a few more fun ones like that this year! :)
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boy...

Postby Crazeyal on Sun Jun 20, 2004 7:38 am

Try the archives.

Four box and time constraints meant NOTHING to Damonk once upon a time. Sooner or later the comic will come back to it's former glory, and it's pretty DAMN fun to watch now.
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Postby RagingCynic on Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:01 pm

I know that, I've read them... :roll:

The comic reminded me of the good ol' days, that's all.
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