First Time Reader?
Let Me Explain… No, Let Me Sum Up.
So what’s all this about, then? I’m Rich Morris, Canadian artist and animator. A few years back, my wife and I moved to a city two provinces over from our friends and families. To pass the time one day, I started doodling a series of sketches involving a couple of characters drawn from a gaming world I’d been playing in for far longer than I want to think about too deeply. Wanting
to practice her webcoding to share the jokes with the friends we’d left behind, my wife put them up on a very basic website that eventually became the site you see here. Since then, those handful of doodles of a Goblin and a Beholder have grown into a wild and tangled world, and diving in headfirst can be a bit daunting.
So with that in mind, we’ve created an intro – a ‘cheat sheet,’ if you will – to give you a taste of what we do around these parts. The Archive is thataway, and the strips are divided up by story arc, so you can jump in at the beginning of pretty much any of them and catch on quickly.
Lesson 1: We Don’t Take Ourselves Too Seriously
Lesson 2: If You’ve Ever Gamed, You Know What We’re Talking About
Lesson 3: And Even If You Haven’t, It’s Still Funny
Lesson 4: But You Know What? Even Comedies Can Touch Your Heart
Lesson 5: It’s a Big Big World Out There
Strip #1000: End of one collection of story arcs and the beginning of the next.
Lucas and Cadugan, unlikely friends and former quest companions, part ways. For now.