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Howdy, fellow Draconiacs!  RazorFox here.

So it looks like Saph‘s call might have been unexpectedly answered.  Has Ennek just put her foot in her own mouth?

Those of you looking for a soundtrack for this page can pull up “Nowhere To Run” by Martha and the Vandellas.

There’s going to be a slight delay getting the next page out as I prepare for and embark on my final journey to Anime Weekend Atlanta, the weekend of September 26 in Atlanta, Georgia.  As you might already have heard, I’ve decided to retire from doing Artist Alley at conventions, and thus, this will be your final chance to meet me in person and get a commission sketch.  AWA is consistently one of the most fun conventions I do each year, and it’s going to be probably the hardest to say goodbye to, but after fifteen years, I figure it’s time to step aside.

And I won’t be alone, either.  I’ll be joined by my Katbox brethren MasterGodai of Rascals fame, and Nekonny of Caribbean Blue!  If meeting me isn’t cool enough–and let’s be honest, people love to meet me!–then MasterGodai and Nekonny have GOT to whet your appetite!  I’ll also have your chance to pre-order your copy of the 2015 Draconia Chronicles Calendar, and maybe even a couple new limited-edition prints and posters!

So if you’re anywhere within driving distance of Atlanta, you’ve got a dwindling number of excuses. Get yourselves out to AWA this coming weekend and let’s party together!  Hope to see you there!

And with that, I’ve got to get to work writing the next page and doing my con prep.  More story soon!  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.