The Comic Strip
Don't tell me this is the end?
Sadly so. It's been a long 7 years and 166 pages. We're going to have to call it a wrap here. There is bonus material here: https://www.patreon.com/scottenkainenAnd there is always the timeline in the Rob Kuntz Archive DVD -- buy it, read it, and imagine what the rest was like!
Wooohooo!---A great ending, Scott and Mike! :DAllan.
Going to miss this comic, great work.
Aww, dang! Good job on the comic, sad it ended so soon (weird to say about a multi-year comic). Wish there were more dramatic retellings of the adventures of the original explorers of Greyhawk. Robilar especially seems to have always made a mess of GG's dungeons.
I think the saddest thing is that we had to be the ones to make this webcomic in the first place. D&D has been licensed for comic books multiple times now, over decades -- and yet nobody wanted to tell these stories before us. So, the next time someone pays for the license to make D&D comic books or graphic novels, write soon and write often and demand Greyhawk content!
Best to do it while "Lord Robilar" is alive to tell his stories, too!
Thanks guys! I'm proud to have given Scott's story life. It was a very long road and hopefully I'll miss drawing some of these great characters.
Thanks for this incredible work you did all those years. For the last 4-5 years, religiously, i've been coming to work and opening this page before anything else, hoping to find a new panel to start my day. I'll miss this excitement, this need to find out what will happen next. Your work is awesome, you've put a lot of heart and time into it. You guys did an amazing job keeping us hooked like that for so long.I wish you luck in any new project you might start. Now I'm off starting this whole story over XD.Thanks again!!
NOW he tells us!
Didn't want any of you resting on their laurels... :P
I've enjoyed the comic over the years, but dang, that was an abrupt, unsatisfying ending, with many unanswered questions. Too bad. :( I would encourage you to start another webcomic on Greyhawk, maybe based on your own PCs?
It is a bit abrupt; I once estimated we would need another 120 pages just to get us caught up to the 1980 Folio!
Thanks for story! I read along from the start and always enjoyed finding new posts. 7 years was indeed a long telling, I appreciate the effort from both you, thanks again.
Thanks for the kind words guys. It was a slog, and it's my fault it took so long. Scott is a prolific and fantastic author. I've learned a lot and there are things I would do different/better. Overall CG was a great experience.
Be sure to let me know if (or when) you guys start another project!
Any chance that you guys will bundle these together into one file like a pdf book?
Thanks very much for all your guys' effort over the years. I'm sorry to see you wrap it up, but I understand how much work it must have taken. You guys rule, and I hope we do see more content like this some day.
Thanks guys. God bless.
Great story! Great art! Sad that I only discovered it 2 years after it ended, but I guess that saved me waiting for each new installment to come out.Thanks guys!Still, I deserve that chance to wait like everyone else, so if the passage of time has renewed you interest, fell free to com back and continue this project!Thanks again!
We're just glad it's here for you, unknown person. It wasn't a new installment, but Mike *did* revisit the characters one more time in this post on his blog - https://greyhawkery.blogspot.com/2020/03/900th-greyhawk-post.html