16th Nov 2012, 12:20 PM in Specials

1000. An Ode to Dragon City (With Ask Professor 268)

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1000. An Ode to Dragon City (With Ask Professor 268)
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Author Notes:

Dyonus 16th Nov 2012, 12:20 PM edit delete
Dyonus
In case you were wondering, the rhyme scheme for the ode is ababcdecde fgfghijhij.

Thanks to Cassanova for coming up with the idea to do the special APR for the 1000th comic. I hope you guys enjoy it...it's never happening again. (Kidding.)

Thanks to all my readers, by the way.

Comments:

Andore Mordre 16th Nov 2012, 4:43 PM edit delete reply
Andore Mordre
Happy 1,000th comic!

*sees that picture of Erin and literally jumps* (you know which picture I'm talking about)
Dyonus 16th Nov 2012, 7:08 PM edit delete reply
Dyonus
Thanks.

And yes I do. It was a ton of fun to draw, by the way.
dempsy40 16th Nov 2012, 5:00 PM edit delete reply
dempsy40
well done on making it thid far but my window and my windows xp was smashed by another piece of the fourth also im glad i found the comic/comic artist that is really funny
Dyonus 16th Nov 2012, 7:08 PM edit delete reply
Dyonus
Thanks. I appreciate it!
dempsy40 9th Apr 2015, 2:16 PM edit delete reply
dempsy40
but seriously i had to replace my window because another fourth wall piece crashed in when this comic page was released
gamerman14 18th Nov 2012, 2:25 PM edit delete reply
gamerman14
Wow, a thousand comics!
*takes metaphorical hat off.*
well done indeed!
And here's to 1,000 more!
Dyonus 18th Nov 2012, 7:34 PM edit delete reply
Dyonus
Thanks! Though...I don't know if I've got 1000 more in me.
Casanova 19th Nov 2012, 8:52 PM edit delete reply
You're welcome. This has been an interesting comic to read.
Spudd86 25th Oct 2013, 9:04 PM edit delete reply
I'd have expected that dragons would want to insulate their wings... they are probably really good at dissipating heat, and it's probably very difficult to keep them warm enough during winter. I'm pretty sure that sort of thing is one reason bats hibernate. Birds wouldn't have the same problem because most of their wing surface is just feathers sicking out the back of the flesh part, plus the flesh part of their wing is covered in feathers that can be fluffed to provide insulation.