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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 – O Otyugh


The otyugh (pronounced oh-tee-ugh) are a race of monsters that hang out in sewers and other offal places. If your adventuring party has cleared the dungeons’ kitchens, barracks, throne room, and think you’re safe, just wait til you get the chamber pot chamber. Yuck!

Monster Manual Monday – N Naga


I’ve used a sort of Naga in The Princess Planet, but I gave her arms and a torso from a human, not just a head. In D&D Nagas are supposed to not be that strong but are clever and use their magic to best their opponents. I figure some of her jewelry must be enchanted and that potion’s gotta give her some cool powers, like icy breath or something. And not just like “winter fresh” mouthwash icy breath. I recently watched comedian Dara O’Briain joke that the different minty flavours of mouth wash are all kind of useless because they’re so similar, and even more similar if you rinse after you’ve brushed your teeth.

Monster Manual Monday – M Medusa


It’ll be no surprise to Princess Planet readers that I love to draw Medusa. What is weird is that Dungeons and Dragons use the term “medusa” for this monster while using “gorgon” to mean a steel-skinned bull which breathes deadly gas.

Monster Manual Monday – L Lich


Perhaps the most striking image from the 1st edition Monster Manual, to me, was the Lich. Maybe that’s why I made Speleton a bad guy in Princess Planet. Here I covered his bones with magic runes, which I think would make a magician skeleton look all the cooler. The addition of fur to his robes was due to the Ice Age set of Magic cards where the villain was a lich called Lim-Dul. They never put him on the cards, but I imagined he’s cover himself with fur robes, even if he had no warm blood to chill.

Monster Manual Monday – K Ki-Rin


Riffing on the Chinese Qilin creature, D&D’s Ki-Rin is a good spirit of the sky. The Quilin is often “depicted with fire all over its body” according to Wikipedia, so I thought instead of white clouds I go with smoky clouds for it in the sky, as if it would be at home amongst thunderstorms rather than just marshmallow puffs on blue.

Monster Manual Monday – J Jackalwere


J was kind of a dud letter for awesome monsters. I tried to muster a slightly interesting approach to a jackal monster by giving him Egyptian-styled gear.

Monster Manual Monday – I Illithid


The ilithid, better known as mind flayers, are a subterranean race that use psychic powers and their brain-draining tentacles to enslave or kill. You don’t want to meet these dudes when you are level one. I’m not 100% happy with the skull cap. With the staff in front of it, it’s kind of hard to see. However, I do like the staff as a brain/cobra hybrid.

Monster Manual Monday – H Harpy


Into the D&D grab bag this week we have a harpy. From Greek mythology it’s a cross between a crone and a vulture. They like to eat marrow so I figured a sharpened bone and skull weapon would be up her alley.

Colossal Castle Contest – Mythical Creature


My other entry for‘s contest is in the mythical creatures category. Here’s a talking tree wizard brushing up on his spells near his friends at the unicorn castle. Click to enlarge.

Colossal Castle Contest – Wooden Castle


The fine folks over at are having their annual Lego building contests. This is my entry for the “Wooden Castle” category. I thought a shipwrecked group of knights and maidens would be a fun thing to build. If you like Lego and castles, you should go check out the other awesome entries. Also, click to enlarge.