Howdy, fellow Draconiacs! RazorFox here.
Welcome back to “Draconia Lane!” It seems Mizu, Fiera, and Arc have had their history with Sandy Claws, and now that she’s a friend of all their moms, will the mysterious Ms. Claws have her revenge? Stay tuned…
And hey, the 2018 Draconia Chronicles Calendar is here! Get yourself the cutest Draconia Chronicles calendar ever as 13 of your favorite Dragons and Tigers give you a glimpse at their adorkable childhoods and awkward adolescences. Check out a sneak peek and place your order now!
More to come soon, fellow Draconiacs. Take care and thanks for your continued support!
Behold the power of chocolate… *drools*
It can make anyone squeal! ^o^
Its power is second to none!
Heh, I still wonder how many traps they try to set? Seems that they try catch Sandy Claws every year 🙂
Three that we know of, and one of them almost made Sandy Claws into Cree and Tyree’s new mom!
Was that actually a trap, though? Or was that just them taking a phrase too literally?
Someone tells me that all three of them are getting coal for Christmas. XD
Arc already got a box full of it a few years back. I think she, out of all of them, already knows the shame of coal and is eager not to experience it again.
Fiera might be okay with coal. It catches fire and burns for a long while. If there was an earth dragon among them, she may actually like the coal.
“If there was an earth dragon among them, she may actually like the coal.”
Ha! Like a food or object of interest? 🙂
Hoooo boy…Do all three of them have the middle name, “Lucy?” Cuz they’ve got some ‘splaining to do! =D
Okay I’ll leave.
I De-see what you did there.
That flew right over my head. Can you explain?
In the “I Love Lucy” show (1951-1957) whenever Lucy was caught in a lie her husband Ricky would say in his Cuban accent “Lucy, you got some ‘splainin’ to do.”
Back in the 1950s there was a daytime sitcom called “I Love Lucy,” featuring the titular character and her singer/bandleader husband, Ricky, who lived in a NYC apartment. Lucy was convinced she was destined for show-biz stardom, and constantly got herself and her husband in trouble whenever she tried to make it big. Ricky, upon finding himself in said shenanigans, turned to his wife with an annoyed look and said, “Lucy, you’ve got some ‘splaining to do!”
Ah! I’ve never seen that show. Heard of it, though!
It took me far too long to figure out why Arc’s nose, in the fifth panel, was suddenly upturned and “piggy”. Then I zoomed the image and realized the bottom of her eye tattoo was framing the mark that denotes the point of her nose. Now I can’t unsee it.
Awww man, coal again?
XD Chocolate: the ultimate tool for getting kids to do what you want.