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ムース川の日本 – Next Gen Graphix

All too easy.


Plippy (Feb 26, 2006, 18:40):
Ok guys, after droppin’ acid last night, I kinda got the answer I needed concerning why psudo-manga gaming webcomics are popular (aptly from a wiseman on the top of a mountain). Having said that, I’m gonna 1) finish Muusugawa no Nihon on page 14 as opposed to 18, and 2) rewrite the intro I gave to this story to be less complaining and more tomfoolery, claiming I’ve decided to change my style and format. 🙂 … By the end of this week, though, things’ll be back to normal. Thank you for your patience while I finish ejaculating this side story. 🙂

Plippy (Feb 25, 2006, 3:10):
Since school + money work > comic work, I haven’t been able to get comics in these past few days. So… sit tight for now. Sorry.

vio (Feb 24, 2006, 17:46):
in its own sense muusu-gawa no nihon is hilairous 😀
but mrr is awesome-er xD -squee-

I wish swords went through MY head. 🙁 (Feb 23, 2006, 5:06):
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One Response to “ムース川の日本 – Next Gen Graphix”

  1. Paul sezzzzz:

    c.f. Arrows in Skyrim. You get an arrow stuck through your head and it’s like “Walk it off, wimp!”.

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