It's done, it's over. After 2 1/2 years, there are finally no more agenda book comic strips. Those who were watching me, and sick of seeing these black and white, pencil shaded comics that originated from when I was still in highschool, your torment has ceased. As of today, Mewblade's comics finally finished at the 118th strip with an ending unlike that of the novel that it was associated. Those who have no idea what I'm talking about, here is an explanation.
As part of a highschool project starting some 9 years ago, I made an effort to use my agenda books, and drawing in them encouraged me to use them. Most were little one off skits of my characters complaining about homework assignments, like Charge The Raccoon actually liking the Science classes, with Harddense running and screaming from everything. Then in my Grade 12 year, I decided that I would do full fledge comics which turned out to be some 150 pages full of nothing but black and white penciled comics. Of course, this was an idiotic idea since it took forever to complete them, but I am stubborn, and my goal was to share some of the stories of my 19 various characters with everyone. Thus I ended up working hard to complete the work, with Mewblade's comic tying up everything as hers was the longest.
For those who haven't started, or are just curious you can go to my gallery here [link]
and see all of my character comics on the left side of the page. These things sort of embarass me since I've improved a lot since then, and the comics that were drawn and shaded at the end of the 5+ year cycle ended up having to be restrained quite a lot so their styles didn't mismatch too much with the older work. They also can be kind of lame at times, though each has their own charm to it. Anyone who actually has read them and enjoyed them, sorry to say it but I'm actually not that big into drawing comics, I'm just that freakishly stubborn and refused to drop this project.
Amazing what willpower can do! (Or being as stubborn as an ox.)