Welcome to the first, all new, 100% original chunk of content for /Silly since 2007! I cannot express how much I've missed drawing these comics, so I have finally caved in to my artistic cravings and decided to force myself back into the commitment of drawing one comic per week, much like an organ grinder monkey dancing for your depraved entertainment (except with far less ground organs). Look for a new comic every Tuesday morning to help make your patch day go a little smoother. And now that /Silly is not directly on WoWInsider, I can open up the comics to more topics outside of the World of Warcraft! Oh, the possibilities are endless! Less than end, I tell you! We are going to have so much fun, just you wait. (Bwahaha...)
Speaking of World of Warcraft, the game that we all love to be /silly in has changed significantly over the past four years, so I figured it was only fitting that I return to the world of web comics with a cutting edge WoW related topic: The currently-in-beta Mists of Pandaria expansion. While the initial reception to the announcement of this expansion was fairly mixed, overall the majority of the vocal minority seem to have started to warm up to the idea of Kung Fu Pandering our way across Azeroth. Well, except this guy. Definitely not him. I think someone shoryuken'ed in his cereal bowl, if you know what I'm getting at.
Thanks for taking a moment to stop by and read my humble web comic, bee-tee-double-ewe. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed putting it out there for you. Please be sure to register here and comment, as well as check out the other site currently live on the Blogomancer Engine, GameGeex. Our team of writers are hard at work making sure you have something to read when you are not. Give them the love and support they deserve and they will keep doing what they do.
And on that note, I will see you next Tuesday!
Arthur "Arturis" Orneck is a web developer, artist, game design student, husband, and soon to be father. With all of his complete lack of free time, its a wonder he has time to breathe both "in" and "out", often having to skip one or the other for sake of expediency.