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Will there be more Princess Planet?
No. But if you enjoyed the series, I’ve made a 12 page pdf, called The Danger of the Dinosorcerer, with a self-contained adventure for Princess Christi and Princess Boo. It’s as pay-what-you-want download (minimum $1 Canadian) of all new material. So, if you want to use it as a tip jar, and give me some money in exchange for the enjoyment you’ve received from the strip, that would be much appreciated. If you just want to buy it to get 72 new panels of Princess Planet, that’s cool too. If you don’t want to pay anything, you’re not missing out on an integral story line or anything.

What else did you do?
I made an ILA-award winning book on making comics Draw Out the Story: 10 Secrets To Creating Your Own Comics

A picture book

And you can find me writing Alex & Charlie comic every month in Owl Magazine.


I want to thank all of the readers who have been involved in making this a fun experience. I really enjoyed the banter we got going. I enjoyed seeing you riddle out the extra gags. I think there was only one troll in the run of the strip. So I want to thank all the commenters, especially those who got into the double digits: Ribuprissin, RavenBlack, ColdFusion, Golux, mdf, Lars, Hoppy, Reynard61, Nonsensicles, Lightbulb, Scarodactyl, Proteus, Alice Quinn, Anonymous, Bok, Anton Sherwood, Blue Night, Daniel, Dante Wynter, Varkarrus, USB, Sam, Kim, The Blonde One, das, littebeast, sirbacon, Emma, Toner, DSil, Aeonsama, Tamfang, Jai, KNO3, Mary Tee, Philosopher Zurg, CatzCradle, and Fat Sweaty. And thanks to everyone who drew Fan Art for the strip: Lars, Daniel, Hambot, and Kathleen! Big up to the people who covered the strip, El Santo at Webcomics Overlook, Alice Quinn at TDot Comics, Hansel Moreno at ReadComicBooks and Jenn at The Dragon podcast. Thank you to the readers who came back to read the strip but didn’t feel the need to comment; the silent majority is much appreciated. A HUGE thank you to everyone who referred a friend and recommended someone else check out the strip. I want to thank my friends and peers for supporting me with encouragement, and guest strips, especially Steven Charles Manale who put up with me calling him for help with punchlines a lot. All the Transmission-X crew. And of course to my amazing wife, who helps me figure out what is funny and what is not. You are all awesome wizaardvark warbarian typhoonicorns!

Monster Manual Monday – Y Yuan Ti


Th Yuan Ti are a race of snake-like people that appear as part serpent, part human. I didn’t really see them in action until the video game Icewind Dale which was pretty good, but no Baldur’s Gate.

Yuan Ti from Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual

Monster Manual Monday – X Xorn


I’ve played D&D since I was a teen and I’ve never, ever, encountered a xorn. I don’t think I’ve even seen one in a D&D video game. I think this is my favourite drawing of the alphabet.

Xorn from Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual

Monster Manual Monday – W Wraith


I picture the wraith have smokey embers floating a midst the shadowy vapours of its corrupted essence.

Wraith from Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual

Monster Manual Monday – V Vampire


I like how the V Vampire looks like two fangs. V V

Vampire from Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual

Monster Manual Monday – U Umber Hulk


Umber Hulks will mess you up because they have two sets of eyes and you don’t know which to focus on so you get confused. They are huge burrowing monsters that are related to insects.

Monster Manual Monday – T Treant


The Ents from Lord of the Rings might have been a copyright name I guess. Maybe that’s why the D&D writers put a tree on the beginning to make them into treants. This one’s a cedar. I don’t think I’ve seen a cedar treant. I was tempted to go with fir or pine, but I’ve seen those sentient trees at Christmas time.

Treant from Dungeons and Dragons

Monster Manual Monday – S Shrieker


There were some good S monsters, like the sahuagin, but I ended up going with the mindless fungus that warns of approaching predators. Then bigger predators come know to come and eat whatever’s bothering them. If you saw a shrieker you might expect a bunch of bubgears or organization of ogres would be coming to thump you with clubs.

Shrieker from Dungeons and Dragons

Monster Manual Monday – R Roper


Have you ever seen that Monty Python skit where Mr. Smoketoomuch has a joke made about his name and he is pleasantly surprised by it? It’s a sarcastic way to portray the way that some people all make the same joke upon encountering the same person. I wonder if Eric Idle or John Cheese (who took the name John Cleese as a stage name) were the one who wrote that skit. They must have had tons of people meeting them and making the same joke, thinking they were the first. Anyway, everyone in my general age range, who sees there’s a monster called the Roper, thinks of the landlords from the early seasons of Three’s Company, a classic 70’s sitcom.

Roper monster from Dungeons and Dragons

Monster Manual Monday – Q Quasit


Quasits are little helpers for warlocks, like how witches sometimes have black cats. Except they can carry things a little better. Little things anyway.

Monster Manual Monday – P Peryton


A peryton is a giant eagle with the head of a stag. Okay, kind of weird. But then it goes to another level. It casts the shadow of a man. I don’t get it. Like if it’s flying through the air, there will be a shadow of man sliding across the landscape? I don’t see how it will help anything other than how weird it is.