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Sunday Morning Funnies: They did it with a shirt


This week's set of comics is actually quite topical, from a recent scandal, to world news to proper feline nutrition. There also aren't as many Noblegarden-themed comics as I expected.

Filed under: Analysis / Opinion, Features, Humor, Comics, Sunday Morning Funnies

Sunday Morning Funnies: Look at all the femurs

www.awkwardzombie.comThis week, we have a couple of comics that haven't updated because the authors are otherwise occupied. Namely, these are The Adventures of Disgraph T Dwarf and World of Warcraft, eh?. Enjoy your hiatus, Cadychan, and good luck with your story D (I can call you that, y'see, we're tight or something. Plus, you won't know if I'm really calling you Dan, Disgraph, or "Dwarf", which is slightly better than "You" but not quite as polite as "You there!", and I do like to antagonize Dwarves!).
  1. Awkward Zombie: Horse Remorse. I love the comment underneath!
  2. Cru the Dwarf is back up and running!
  3. Experience Points: Vincent gets a Mammoth, and reminisces about the old days.
  4. Check out the latest from Flintlocke vs. the Horde.
  5. GU Comics: A Touch Obvious. I highly recommend reading the story underneath it (as I always do, really).
  6. Check out the latest from LFG. My only complaint is the absence of the bunny. Usually he can be seen idling in the background, at least!
  7. Manic Graffiti: My Money's on an EU Guild.
  8. Massive Pwnage: Level Requirements.
  9. NoObz: Overcheatage. I think everyone knows how this feels.
  10. NPC: Diversion Tactics. My cats do something like this too, although I think they might just be gunning for my chair.
  11. Teh Gladiators: The Man's a Manimal.

Filed under: Analysis / Opinion, Features, Humor, Comics, Sunday Morning Funnies

The Daily Quest: Of Ulduar, the arena, and lame comics


We here at WoW Insider are on a Daily Quest to bring you interesting, informative and entertaining WoW-related links from around the blogosphere.

Filed under: The Daily Quest

Sunday Morning Funnies: Innovative posterior

I hope everyone is enjoying their holiday weekend! I have a nice list to help you kick-start your day. Unfortunately, it seems that Cru the Dwarf will not be updating this week, due to technical difficulties. The featured photo is not of his computer, but it seems he will need a new one before the comic can resume. In the meantime, you can donate, or express your overwhelming sorrow!
  1. Dark Legacy Comics: Common Descent.
  2. Experience Points: Murlocs vs. Fries.
  3. Extra Life: It's all made of ones and zeros.
  4. Flintlocke vs the Horde: War Party part 2.
  5. Shakes and Fidget: Practice Makes Perfect.
  6. Check out the latest from LFG.
  7. Wolfslatoxx from NoObz. I love that little robotic dude.
  8. NPC: Purple Death Puddles.
  9. Teh Gladiators: Double Trouble.
  10. The Adventures of Disgraph T. Dwarf: Standing Out.
  11. World of Warcraft, eh? It's like, totally In the Nick of Time.

Filed under: Analysis / Opinion, Fan stuff, Features, Humor, Comics, Sunday Morning Funnies

Sunday Morning Funnies: Panda Attack!

NoObz is still on holiday, but Ding! has been updated. In other news, Disgraph has a new new site, because the new one liked to take a lot of naps. While everyone loves naps, they are not for websites. I have to say, I am loving the new design, although the text is a bit more difficult to read.

Filed under: Analysis / Opinion, Fan stuff, Features, Humor, Comics, Sunday Morning Funnies

Read Warcraft: Legends for free until March 17th

March 17th marks the release of Volume 3 of the Warcraft: Legends manga series, and Tokyopop is offering a pretty slick deal to build some hype around it. As of March 6th, Tokyopop has started putting the entire series thus far online to read for free, one chapter per day This will last through the 17th when the last chapter of Volume 2 is posted. They will not be putting new chapters up on the weekend, so despite the fact that we were a bit slow to notice this campaign of theirs (sorry!), you haven't missed anything yet. The first chapter is still the only chapter currently available, and another will be going up sometime tomorrow.

If you're not familiar with this series, Warcraft: Legends is a series that brings multiple stories from many different authors and artists. It's not one solid story arc like The Sunwell Trilogy (for example), but a number of different stories about the denizens of Azeroth. Each chapter in a volume is a different story, though some of the stories span multiple volumes. Some of them are epic tales that tie into the more famous Azerothian figures (Lich King/Scourge, Richard Knaak's characters), and some of them are just about random Azerothian adventurers getting their adventurin' on. If you don't like one of the stories, odds are that you'll like one of the others.

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Filed under: Analysis / Opinion, Lore, Comics

Sunday Morning Funnies: Scrapbooking profession

This week's list has some real gems, including a new comic:

Filed under: Features, Humor, Comics, Sunday Morning Funnies

Sunday Morning Funnies: Just a dream

www.darklegacycomics.comIt is March! You can grab your free gems from The Consortium in Nagrand (does anyone still do that?), chart out whether the month is starting as a Lion or a Lamb, or lament the hour of sleep you are going to lose mid-month. Other than that, read the comics!

Filed under: Humor, Comics, Sunday Morning Funnies

Sunday Morning Funnies: What a moonkin knows

The Scourge is invading! Are you ready to join the ranks of the undead, battle the descending Scourge, take on Tenris Murkblood, or cleanse the plague from the living? Well don't forget to catch up on this week's WoW-related comics during your downtime!

Filed under: Analysis / Opinion, Fan stuff, Humor, Screenshots, Comics, Sunday Morning Funnies

First five pages of Warcraft comic on the web

MTV's Multiplayer blog landed an exclusive interview with comic book legend Walt Simonson about the upcoming Warcraft comic shipping next month. Included in the interview is the first five pages of the comic.

We already knew the plot was about an amnesiac human enslaved by an orc shaman to compete in an Arena tournament. What we learn in this interview is some of the other major characters. They include a blood elf, a night elf druid and a dwarven warrior.

All of these characters are also available as action figures. In fact, we here at Wow Insider just finished up a contest to give away the Thargas Anvilmar action figure in a Brewfest contest.

Simonson promises a mix of the familiar and the surprising. While deeply immersing himself in the lore of Azeroth, he also found new stories to tell. Blizzard themselves have approval, so we know the lore will be spot on.

You can read the entire interview and see all five sneak peak pages here. Or you can wait til November for the comic to hit the shelves.

Filed under: Blizzard, Interviews, Comics

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