Brigitte by Vikkie Moule

Hi. Tim’s skipped off to London to the Expo convention, where he can’t comic. So I’ve written a little filler to entertain you until he comes back (presuming he survives).

-Vikkie

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People who figured out what happens next: Shut up for those who haven’t. Thank you. (more…)

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’tis nice to be somewhere familiar with someone moreso…even if you don’t necessarily like that someone. (more…)

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Update #2 of my week-long holiday in Bath, woohoo! (more…)

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Update #1 of my week-long holiday in Bath, hurrah. (more…)

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I have about 48 hours in which to complete 2 comic pages before a maths exam and a 5-hour train trip to the other end of the island. Therefore: Enjoythecomickthxbai (more…)

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A lot of people seem to overlook the amount of forethought and interconnection there is in this story. (more…)

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Chronicles of Arcania: Where to now?

I’ve officially covered most of the main schema of things I initially intend to write about prior to doing any sort of conclusive artistic treatise on this storyline, so here’s a question for my readership: (more…)

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Unlike most magical girls, Rain does not get naked. All bets are off with Igon however. (more…)

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Chronicles of Arcania: The Emperor’s Court

The Revolutionary War of Arcania was predominantly between the fledgling spellcaster nation led by Michael Arcanon and the Mannish Empire led by Emperor Conrad II. However, as Arcanon spent most of the war on the island of Arcania and the Emperor led his forces remotely from the capital of Vandal. However, the two did converse on a small number of occasions, such as the following in 79 AC. (more…)

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