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May 31, 2011

The end! Just kidding, just kidding. I may be a jerk, but I wouldn’t do that. At least, not yet.

Sorry for the unannounced hiatus. It wasn’t planned but it was fairly necessary and I would definitely do it again. Not to be a cryptic douche, but I’m leaving it at that. Updates as normal now though, for propers this time.

In other news, I received this super neat piece of fanart while I was away, courtesy of Nicholas Burke of the webcomic Dream Against the World. I like how effectively it shows off most of Adrianna’s primary character traits (squirrel jumping, smoking, and being deliberately obtuse). Thanks Nicholas. :D

Aussi! Pour tous le francophones il y a maintenant le début d’une traduction en français, grâce aux gens de Vieux Croutons! Je pense que Red Moon Rising peut être mieux en français. :) Et pardon de mon (trés, trés…) mauvais français, je suis encore à apprendre.

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Well, now I’m curious. Haha. Glad you got things settled though. And with a freaking awesome comic to boot. :D

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Ahh, your art’s amazing. After this page, with those eyes, it just felt so completely necessary that I say.

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Ouch. Air mage countered Adrianna’s fire punch with a thunderbolt!

… Adrianna fainted?

Love the panel being torn through by the lightning.

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I think Adrianna would probably be some sort of flying/fire type punching squirrel pokémon, so it makes sense that lightning would be super effective.

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Oh !! There will be a french translation ? ! So cool !! ^^ Even if i don’t think that the comic would be “better” in french.. But anyway, that’s so nice ! Thank you ^^ And your work is totally amazing !!! Et tu te débrouilles bien en français ^^

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Yes! I’m very grateful to the people who offered to translate it. I’m learning French right now, so it’s especially helpful for me. :)

It’s hard to describe actually, but somehow reading it in a different language makes it seem like someone else made the comic – sort of like reading someone else’s bande dessinée (et j’adore la BD, donc…), so I’m less critical than I normally would be. Plus I rather like that “bam!” translates to “paf!”. French is so great, haha. Et merci beaucoup! J’essaie de faire de mon mieux. :)

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