Pokemon Moon Comic 107: Team Update 13

Following the short tenure of Jack the Komala we have a new Alolan Pokemon to the team, Crystal King! Everyone’s camping out tonight. Hope no ghosts show up…

(The next FOUR comics are all the Ghost Trial which would have been perfect for Halloween month but because I don’t have all of those done yet and absolutely will not by Halloween I figured best not to only half’oween it.)

New Wandering Fortunes Chapter 22: The Pearl Kingdom

About a year and a half ago our protagonist friends arrived at New Zhopolis, and discovered a seedy hive of wretched folk out for no one but themselves. (A few months later they found some good folk though.) Now we’re now and they’ve arrived at a new kingdom on a new planet. What will they find at their new home? It’s as big as New Zhopolis, but warmer, shinier, more colorful–but is it nicer? Join them as they explore their new home in Chapter 22: The Pearl Kingdom.

If you want to read the next chapter in a hurry, they go up a month early on my Patreon, which also has weekly updates of what I’m currently working on and other behind-the-scenes odds and ends for people who give monthly pledges. You can also give a single donation at my Ko-fi and get the next chapter early.

Pokemon Moon Comic 101: Bus Driver

Whoa, what, this comic’s back?? It’s been over four months since the last comic! Well, I’ve been busy, and I’m still busy, but I finally feel like doing this again, partly due to replaying Moon. This comic I actually drew a while ago but never actually uploaded it and finally decided to wait until I had another one ready so I could be sure to at least do more than appear once then disappear again. That said the next one won’t be until next month–it might be monthly for a while.

And yes, I know that we’re basically on the cusp of the gen 8 news cycle. To be fair, this is far from the first Pokemon comic to be so slow as to be about an old gen while a new gen releases…

Pokemon Moon Comic 98: Bus Sign

I should note that I’m not going to be following the every-other-week schedule anymore and that these might start going up less frequently. Literally everything else on my plate right now is more important, up to and including a freelance job I got, so I’ll be doing this more on an as-I-feel-like-it basis.