Jan 30th 2011 4:47PM We at Out Of World, and we're sure everyonehere at the sunday morning funnies, is saddened by this news but you gotta do what you gotta do. Thanks for all the laughs, the tears (of laughter), and giving us your time and attention. We all wish you the best of luck with your new endeavours, and that some day you'll return.
From us here at Out Of World, and the sunday morning funnies, keep on truckin good buddy.
Jan 24th 2011 3:44AM we was also late with our update too, new out of world at: http://outofworld.thecomicseries.com/comics/pl/81360
stupid revovoling door of house guests...
Jan 16th 2011 3:58PM As a staunch anti-grammar nazi. I have only one thing to say: I choose to write dialog as if I'm having the conversation. As the writer/typographer for out of world, I write what sounds best spoken out loud - to the point myself and Axolotl will act out the entire character conversation of each strip between us.
Perhaps because we're common, because we're British and feel entitled to butcher the language as we see fit - but we write how it comes out of our mouths after all, thats how dialog works. If your not happy with that, then we're happy for you to stop reading us because we will make mistakes - hell marvel and DC do and they get paid to make comics!
Dec 29th 2010 4:47AM I always help people because the friends of today are the allys of tomorrow. Plus they can spread the knowledge teaching someone else and that person could come in handy later - say I needed X crafting material, I ask the people I helped and more likely to get it free/discounted for helping them previously or they know so and so owes them a favour...
Thats not to say I stand lazy players to treat me as their personal wowhead (but if your nice, I will look it up for you!), telling people what resources are useful is sometimes just as handy as being one yourself.
Dec 26th 2010 4:48PM I love boxing day, its great arm exercise.
Dec 25th 2010 2:55PM *cough* our santa image for Tales from the crossroads for Tokkar
Dec 25th 2010 2:51PM Here's out santa comic, painstakingly developed between fighting turkeys, taming wild vegtables and mounting an assault on the gravy train.
Nov 29th 2010 4:55AM Many thanks for the feature again! I had something inspiring to say to others starting their comics but connection lost between brain and hands, so insert what you will.
As long as you don't need surgery to take it back out of course.
Nov 29th 2010 4:49AM if i recall, quite a few of the emotes in the model finder have the facial tenticles moving. Ofc, I could be mistaken but memory serves at the very least the casting animations have it.