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meemjar on Sept. 21, 2009
And that's all folks…for now.
at 10:43AM, May 28, 2012
All I can think about is "Man, it must be a pain to reset the rooms".
at 11:53PM, July 25, 2011
Awesome. Enjoyed learning about his earlier years, seeing the other monks and the monastery, and learning a bit about their art and religion. Also enjoyed the fight scene and Smorty's Gauntlet.
I wonder if Smorty will ever return to learn Earth, Fire, and Water?
One last word, you can draw the ugliest evil people. Shiver!
at 12:20PM, Sept. 26, 2010
Great stuff Emjar, really dig character back stories of this sort - it gave us some decent action entertainment but also greater insight into Smorty himself. Well done :)
at 10:38PM, Aug. 23, 2010
The gauntlet certainly lived up to it's name. I'm glad you presented it this way though. This is an action comic book version of what would happen, but it keeps the flavor quite well. I highly recommend a book called "The Wandering Taoist" if you want to read one man's story about this.
at 3:03PM, July 12, 2010
at 2:09PM, Oct. 20, 2009
I liked the jumping and dodging actually, I thought it made perfect sense for what he was training for! How else would one train to be like the wind? ^_^
at 3:47AM, Sept. 24, 2009
He was running an increasingly difficult gauntlet to test his agility. Hence to be as impossible to hit as the wind itself.
If he had of taken one of the other gauntlets for the Fire Earth or Water, he would have had to deal with different obstacles appropriate to that particular element.
at 2:09AM, Sept. 24, 2009
Pretty good, but a lot of the comic was just Smorty jumping around dodging things over and over again.
at 9:19PM, Sept. 22, 2009
at 5:28AM, Sept. 22, 2009