Three years...three years...
That's right, y'all, today, April 24, is my "wikiversary," the day when I made my account for Wikia, specifically starting right here. I've been here for three full years, in case you didn't get the message. I normally don't make these types of blogs, celebrating birthdays, editing achievements, wikiversaries, etc, but today I decided to join the bandwagon. Very fun thing to ride, best to ride in the back so you can fly when you hit a bump, always a fun thing to do--*ahem*.
Y'know, it doesn't feel that long. It still feels like I just became a user last week. I had a very rough start, but throughout these few years I've grown and learned, and I'm still doing so to this day. Let's see, how does the story go...? I d…Read more >
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WHUZZUP???, fellow SNN members? Welcome to the continuation of my comic series When Wacky Worlds Collide! Enjoy!Read more >
Here it is! The continuation of my comic series When Wacky Worlds Collide! This time, we take the focus off our heroes and onto two characters you may remember from a couple of issues ago, who may just become the main antagonists of this comic....
If you don't know what the heck's going on, you can take a look right here. There, you'll be able to see old Volumes and either start off where the comic began or to the point where this current story itself began, which would be Volume 9.
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Well, this is my first blog post in a while. But let's get down to business at the subject of this blog.
Users here who were around between May 6, 2012 to March 2013 (or at least around that time) may remember my comic series, When Wacky Worlds Collide, which starred my Sonic fan character Lightning the Hedgehog and my original comic/cartoon character Kippy the Chipmunk (©MetalShadow272). There were almost 90 issues made so far, each belonging to 9 different Volumes, or collections of different issues. Some of you may have forgotten, some may have not.
I left the wiki for a couple of months after a certain demotion I had. That leave turned out to be a much needed break that I should have had a very long time ago. But I stopped making WWWC iss…Read more >