So it took me quite a while to collect all the materials and arrange them. I guess I just didn’t want to end this , but now it’s finally time for me to say goodbye.
And so, this journey ends. Landwalker’s Yellow nuzlocke has reached it’s conclusion.
This comic had many subjects I intended to deal with. The morality of our actions, the responsibilities we must take, our relationships with others and the consequences of our doings. In my vision, I intended to take the pokemon world, ever so childish and colourful, and let it grow up as all of us have over the years of experiencing it. Things are never simple, morality is not black and white and there are more than one side to every story. I never had a chance to finish the story the way I wanted to, but at least I got this chance to tell you how it was supposed to end, and I’m happy for that.
In the end, there is one thing that I would like you all to remember, and that is the sentence which opened this story.
Always remember, "Adventure is not outside man; It is within."
Thank you all for being there for me. You have all been my strength.
Here are the links to all parts of the plot summary:
Some more sketches! If you like these, check out my self-published graphic novel By Chance Or Providence, up for pre-orders until the end of March! :3 The books will be shipped in late April.
Oh, a lot of people are asking if I will have these at conventions- chances are I won’t have many, if any at all! If you for some reason can’t order the books online (no credit card, international shipping too expensive, etc) then ask your local comic store to get in touch with me! Stores in the US, Canada, the UK and Ireland will be stocking these books, I’ll be sure to post a full list after the final orders come in :) The books will be limited, so I’m only printing as many as I get pre-orders for. I am psyched, I hope you guys are too!! :D
im a md/phd med student who draws nuzlockes and went thru 4 instruments and graduatd from yale. we can be sues together
not sure if it’s going to be the best or the worst work of fiction ever but it’s worth a shot