So here's the thing, I was searching through my old disk drive and found, to my surprise, old BZP comic sprites. Ah yes, even back when I was still young tried to make sprite comics for BZP. Of course I wasn't even part of BZPower, let alone actually made any.
It's all thanks from people like Dark709, Lavaside Rahi, Wiseguy, SK11, VK and all that. I still have quite the fond memories of reading those sprite comics, and even watching the old flash movie. Sure it's nothing all that special now, but back the it was quite something for an impressionable child you dig?
Now, I haven't honestly read all of Dark709's comics. I've read most of the 2.0, but only bits of 3.0 here and there, and only have vaguest memories of them. Even the movies I only have watched the first one, bits of the second, but never the third or the fourth. But one thing I know is that the comic never really got an conclusion (well, atleast no wikis ever say anything about such). Lavaside Rahi had a nice epilogue, so I thought hey, why not give this one too.
After all, I apparently have nothing better to do and since Bionicle is long gone, let's bring back memories of the olden days shall we not? I'm sure people here can appreciate an old fan's contribution to an old nostalgic thing?
So here it is. Dark709's Comics - the fancomic - The Hereafter.
This is One Crazy Universe in this One Crazy Comic Studio. And who knows it better than the ever-grumpy Dark, with his ever weird and crazy friends around him? Together, they experienced many joys and many laughs, defeating Dark's archnemesis Pickles and his dim-witted robotic assistant Mr. Zimmwad.
But what happened afterwards? After all the fun and all the hilarity, what have we learned?
The class is in session. Let us see what the experts of comedy can teach us...
Act 1: Descent
7. Exiles NEW
Also, we are accepting Guest Stars too. Just PM and stuff.
2. Magnesius (Makuta Luroka)
Dark709, for his enjoyable comics of my youth and various stuff he made.
Marty Razor Kirra, for his excellent sprites.
And bunch of others credited here.
And also Lavaside Rahi, whose work greatly inspired this one.
Edited by SarracenianKaijin, Apr 04 2014 - 01:36 PM.