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Me: I'll have that cutscene asset to you ASAP.
James: How about ASAM?
Me: What's that stand for?
James: As Soon As Meh-I'll-get-to-it-eventually.
Master of the Crescent Blade

Master of the Crescent Blade

The Princess Who Loved Monsters

The Princess Who Loved Monsters

Your comic was so great! I hope all goes well with whatever you do next!

Thanks! Exciting things are on the horizon! The game I’ve been working on is almost done and I’m getting ready to publish the second edition of my fantasy novel!

And thus ends Book 1’s adventures!
Thanks so much to everyone who’s followed this comic and enjoyed it! I’ve really enjoyed drawing it and it’s the best feeling in the world to know that it brightens the days of so many of you! (Knowing that Professor Oak scares you is a great feeling, too.)
While I would like to do a Book 2 at some point, for now I’m going to take a break and work on other projects.
Happy trails, and remember: real champions don’t use Repel!

And thus ends Book 1’s adventures!

Thanks so much to everyone who’s followed this comic and enjoyed it! I’ve really enjoyed drawing it and it’s the best feeling in the world to know that it brightens the days of so many of you! (Knowing that Professor Oak scares you is a great feeling, too.)

While I would like to do a Book 2 at some point, for now I’m going to take a break and work on other projects.

Happy trails, and remember: real champions don’t use Repel!

Hmm, what could this be…?

Hmm, what could this be…?

Me: Curling was invented in medieval Scotland.
Me: Scottish emigrants brought it to Canada and that's how it became popular there.
James: Well, it makes sense.
James: The Scottish like throwing things, and Canada has ice, so the two naturally came together.
James: Curling: The only sport that was created by accident while cleaning the facility for another sporting event.
Samuel Oak raises winners. You are not one of them.

Samuel Oak raises winners. You are not one of them.

Concerning Jameses

James isn’t actually my biological brother—he’s more of a surrogate sibling. With that comes proper sibling responsibilities like reminding him that I am two months older than him and half an inch taller.

He’s also the director and programmer for the game I’m doing graphics work on, although we were friends before he hired me onto the project.

Also he is married, so I get to do things like draw comics about him pestering his wife, and tell him he is not allowed to have children because he can’t even handle cats.