Howdy, fellow Draconiacs! RazorFox here
So what’s worse for Briella than being pursued by a mob of angry Tigers? How about a mob of armed angry Tigers? Run, Briella, run.
If this is your first time visiting since last week’s update, welcome to the new and improved Katbox.net! We’ve redesigned the site all the way across, with plenty of improvements for you, our dear readers, and for all of us here at Katbox, including all the contributors and our web team. Big thanks to SoulKat and Mihari for all their hard work in the sitewide overhaul. It’s been in the works for weeks, actually, but we finally made the big move for all the comics over the past few days. It’s much easier for contributors like myself to do updates and manage our content, and hopefully you’ll find it a much easier to navigate the site and post comments. I’m really diggin’ it so far, and hopefully, you will, too.
Just a programming note: Next Tuesday is Valentine’s Day, and so I’ll be suspending the main story to put together a little Valentine’s Day bonus comic for next Monday. What sorts of chivalrous shenanigans will I be serving up next Monday? You’ll see. ~__^
The main story resumes with page 275, due out February 20. You can make it until then, right?
Also, we’re just under two weeks away from Katsucon 18! Katsucon holds a very dear place in my heart, as it was the very first convention I ever attended back in 1995, and I’m proud to say that I’ve been to every single one to date, including appearing in every single Katsucon Artist Alley since 1999. I plan to be there again this year, armed with Draconia Chronicles prints, and accepting commission requests throughout the weekend. I love getting to meet my fellow Draconiacs face to face, so if you can make it to National Harbor, Maryland, just outside of Washington, DC, the weekend of February 17-19, come on in and say hi! Get more information at Katsucon’s web site.
Finally, as I write this, Super Bowl XLVI has just wrapped up. I’m always thrilled when my Super Bowl picks come out right, and this year, despite everyone else picking the New England Patriots to win, albeit by a narrow margin, I sided with history and picked the New York Giants. Last time these two teams met in the Super Bowl, the scrappy Giants wrecked the Patriots’ otherwise perfect season. I pegged the Giants to be party-crashers once again, just like in 2008, and they delivered. Congratulations, Giants!
And with that, I am a very sleepy fox. I shall see you all next week with some Valentine’s Day fun. Until then, take care, fellow Draconiacs, and thanks for reading! ^__^