Early on the morning of March 8th, our dear friend Danny Suthivarikom passed away. He is survived by his wife Miho and his daughter Momo.
Drawing this comic for Dom is probably one of the only ways I can be of help to the friends I left behind when my family moved across the country. It’s already been linked to in the tweet box above, but it’s worth linking it again if it further helps those that Danny left behind.
I’m sorry I didn’t know you better, Danny, but your friends and family are going to make sure your daughter knows how awesome her daddy was.
Year six! Over the course of the year, my wife and I didn’t really get a chance to play a lot of games together. What with our son pushing 1.5 years at this point. We had tried various titles but nothing stuck. Toward the end of summer, I decided, “you know, Jes still plays wow. I could play wow again if it was with her.” so I reactivated my account and made use of the free pandaria expansion. We certainly had a hoot together.
Originally my priest was named ‘Kuma’ but Blizzard freed up a bunch of names thus allowing me to reclaim my proper monicker.
I think the thing I enjoyed the most, playing with her, was right before the latest expansion came out we made it our mission to rofflestomp as many old instances as we could collecting cool looking gear for our characters. It took me a month to get a talbard that matched the hat I liked.
As for this piece, I wish it was more playful. Over the last year, I haven’t gotten a lot of practice on my art and I feel it shows. Very rigid feeling. Colors are fun though!
Topatoco has posted their 2014 shipping deadlines. It’s a little complicated, but the upshot is, if you want to buy something for us in time for Christmas, better do it sooner rather than later.
New shirts in the store!
We got the philosophical dog!
We got Death!
Death glows in the frickin’ dark!
The arena Jo and Tank are visiting in today’s comic is from Poppy O’Possum. You can check out that particular story arc here, or start from the beginning here. It’s good stuff. In all honesty, it’s one of my all time favorite comics. I mourn that we don’t live in a reality that I can play a Megaman Legends style adventure game based in Ian Everett’s universe.
Hey, we put up a Tumblr, if that’s how you prefer to read comics. Of course, supposedly Ello is the new hotness, so maybe we’ll set up one of those a few years after it becomes popular.