Trying this one more time.
Anyway, Death by Chibi is a comic with an admittedly turbulent history, as you can see in the "About" page. As stated, right now it has two purposes: to hone my drawing and writing, and to hopefully entertain in the process.
Now a few things to note:
1. The archived pages don't have a banner or background picture, because of what's happening here (and any help you can give with that will be very appreciated).
2. I know some of you prefer hand drawing to pixel art (not sprites, I still had to make each drawing myself). I actually blame Mario Paint for getting me into it years ago. But I do intend to have more complex drawings as I get used to it. I even found I can trace pictures with a mouse to get used to traditional drawing methods with it (but I would be using original drawings after that, of course). I do have a scanner when I make hand drawings. I just don't want to rely on it (since I didn't even have scanner when I started this comic).
3. I also know that there is a lot of cutting and pasting. You don't need to tell me that. It's just another thing that I'm relying on as I get used to computer drawing more.
Anyway, this comic is focusing on video game parodies, some typical, some atypical. The first arc is a spoof of Shoot 'Em Up video games. In fact, one of the very first jokes that popped into my head when I thought of doing this parody, is based off of a scene from a certain 80s sci-fi movie (I'll leave you to guess which one).
After that I plan on a story that fleshes out the characters in the filler strip (since I don't want them to just be random characters as they were before the reboot).