Howdy, fellow Draconiacs! RazorFox here. Will Her Majesty Queen Oscura get her hands on “the monster?” Time will tell… Those of you looking for a soundtrack for this page can pull “Down By The Water” by PJ Harvey. Sorry for the slight lateness on this page, though I should point out that it IS still Monday here in the eastern United States, so it’s still on time. I got back late last night after appearing as a guest at Anime USA, where I met such cool folks as Emma, Ken, Mike, and Adam, along with Thom and Kambrea, the creative duo behind Shadowbinders. I also want to thank all of you who came out to see me at my panel about writing for serialized webcomics. I was actually unaware that I would be the lone speaker at that panel, but I hope my 90 minutes of rambling about the creative process made some sort of sense, and that I was able to successfully impart the wisdom I’ve picked up after doing the writing for The Draconia Chronicles for the past 2 years, especially about character development and how to keep your audience in mind when pacing your story. The whole thing was extemporaneous, I assure you, but you all were a great audience and considering that the vast majority of you stuck through the whole thing, I like to think I must’ve been doing something right. ^__^ And, most of all, I want to thank the staff at Anime USA for inviting me back as a guest! You all took wonderful care of me, and the trip was a ton of fun! Just say the word, and I’ll work it into my schedule for 2013. And speaking of 2013, work is commencing on the 2013 Draconia Chronicles Calendar. Playing in with the number “13,” this year’s theme is tarot cards, and yes, it will feature both Dragons AND Tigers. Now that my convention year is over and I’ve given the convention faithful a shot to pre-order, I will soon open the doors to you, my web audience! By next week, I hope to have the order forms up and ready for you to place your orders online, along with a couple preliminary sample images to show off. Stay tuned… With that, it’s back to work on… well, everything. So take care, my fellow Draconiacs, and thanks again for reading! =RazorFox.