Wednesday, August 31, 2011
I don't want to be misunderstood here, I love The Legend of Zelda series. I've played most, beaten few, had fun with all, gratz Nintendo. But here's my problem, does this theory seem like a scapegoat more than a plausible plot? By this theory, Nintendo could in fact continue to make Zelda games with no regard to what happened previously, and never think about the future.
Recently acquired a 3DS, purely because of price drop and trade-in value for m DSi. Would I have purchased it under any other circumstance? I won't say, but I can promise you there's no way in hell. Like any other sane 3DS owner, I have Ocarina of Time 3D, and like many other 3DS owners, I have now bought this game 4 times now. Original N64, Gamecube, Virtual Console, and now 3DS. I have never purchased a game so many times, and I hate myself a little more each time I buy it.
Besides the game I am pouring my time into, there was another inspiration for this comic. Really came out of nowhere and I have my brother to thank for this.
Seriously, no more comics for a while, finals coming up. I better not do another one
Friday, August 26, 2011
Yes, they exist, they are a THING, these skills I speak of
Speaking of skills, I think I should talk about what inspired me to draw this, beyond my obsession with video games. There is a thing that is happening in LA where a lot of incredible artists get together and force the greater populace of us geeks to nerdgasm over their re-imagining of our favorite classics. Truly incredible stuff.
Everyone is preparing for some giant raincloud headed our way, I think it may grow so large it'll turn into a hurricane, but i'm no meteorologist, so it's anyone's guess. Or maybe I am a meteorologist, a prophet of the weather. Who would know if I was lying?
See what I did there? I made a joke