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Howdy, fellow Draconiacs!  RazorFox here.

This is why we can’t have nice things.

Those of you looking for a soundtrack for this page can pull up “Enemy” by Days of the New.

Sorry for the delay on this page.  Production has ramped up on the 2015 Draconia Chronicles Calendar, whose theme this year centers around the fact that the comic will mark its 10-year anniversary in 2015–on January 3, to be exact–and this year’s calendar will revisit some of the biggest moments in the series’ history.  In fact, the response to the current bit of Ennek and Saph‘s mutual singalong has been so big that it, too, is being included in this year’s edition!  Previews and details are coming soon, along with your chance to order your own copy!

Also during this time, I had the bittersweet joy of attending my final convention as part of the Artist Alley.  I was genuinely moved as a surprising number of fans, including some who don’t normally make it out to my neck of the woods, came all the way to Hampton, Virginia, to join me for NekoCon 17, where I marked the end of a 16-year odyssey of Artist Alley appearances.  Thank you to all of you, my wonderful fans, and thanks to all the conventions who’ve been kind enough to have me in the exhibit halls and ballrooms that dot my map.  You made my farewell tour this year, which also included Katsucon 20 and Anime Weekend Atlanta, an epic ride, and one that I will never forget!

To clarify, though, I am not retiring from drawing or doing the comic or any of this.  After 16 years of doing Artist Alley at close to 100 conventions, it’s become a bit of a grind, and so I’m dropping just that one activity.  I’ve still got lots of story to tell, so you aren’t rid of me yet.  ^__^

Anyway, it’s back to work on the next comic page and the calendar.  Busy, busy, busy!  Will Kenzi slice and dice her way to exact her own brand of justice?  Stay tuned…

Take care, my fellow Draconiacs, and thanks for reading!


RazorFox and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Howdy, fellow Draconiacs!  RazorFox here.

So your fellow Draconiac Peter Turi decided to call me out on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, where you dare your friends to dump a bucket of ice water on their heads while donating to help research to find a cure for Lou Gehrig’s disease, more formally known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  And since I rarely back down from a challenge, I took the plunge after donating $100 to the cause.

Oh, you want PROOF?  Well, you can see it for yourself on my first-ever YouTube posting!  While the standard is to call out three people to douse themselves, you’re invited to do it, too!  And even if you don’t (even though you should because it’s a lot of fun!), a donation is still appreciated.