Saturday, November 01, 2003

A VIDEO GAME HINT:  For those interested, a little hint for
all you TMNT video game players... beat the game with Raphael first, and finish
the game with either Donatello or Leonardo.  Raphael is a harder character
as the game progresses, as his weapon is shorter and doesn't have the same
reach, so he can take quite a beating.  It took me a while to beat Shredder
with Raphael.   ;-)  Mikey is good cos his speed is amazing, so
make sure you keep him in the last two battles.  Specially since if you
beat the game with all 4 turtles, you unlike the battle with Oruku Saki, as
himself, and not Shredder, Mikey's speed comes in handy as his combos are MEGA
hard.  This applies for PS2, X-Box and Gamecube versions. :-)

Also, Dribble for Kids has celebrated it's 50th
comic strip
.  And being this is a joyous occasion, such as, I never
truly expected for this to be a "on-going thing", in reality.  In
my dreams, I saw this going on for a while but I didn't think I had the time to
keep doing it, nor the attention span.  I wanted to thank everyone, but
mostly everyone at Mikey's TMNT, including Mike himself.  He was there in
the beginning of the strip, when it was a article, and then supported me with
the strip by posting it on his site, and even when the strip continues off on
and Drunk Duck!, still
even tho this day.  and most of my hits either come from advertising I buy
or this site right here.  I can't thank you all enough.

With that said, a little TMNT
somewhat is in the 50th
.  I am trying to find ways, more and more each day to incorporate
the TMNT-love that some of the characters may have.  I hafta work it in
gradually, but...  it's slowly coming. :-) 

Also, I did a new
, which I poured alot of work into, (as some of you can tell, I
apparently learned how to use Photoshop and taking full advantage of it, eh?)
and it's a start of a new format I have.  Which is, do covers like a
comic-book, somewhat silly stories, but have it be like a serial, via Rocky And
Bullwinkle in comic form.  A normal comic strip with comic-like stories and
covers.  And with that, I present to you all, the
first ever cover for Dribble For Kids, issue 1
.  Entitled "O
Brother, Who Truly Art Thou?"
, it presents a new and horrifying truth,
that one of the characters has a brother! Dun dun dun....

Okay, so, let's recap.



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