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Swedish Fish Written by Tatterdemalion and Drawn by The Blue Panda

n__n Although this webcomic really has nothing to do with swedish fish, you should check it out all the same! It's the story of Oni, Tami, Neko and Blue, and all the trouble they get into after accidentaly summoning a pair of sex-demons. (oh, it's not
... Read It Now!
Tanuki The Amazing's Review of Swedish Fish
Want a quick chuckle?
To start off, I actually go to school with the creators. In fact, Tatterdemalion is a cast member of my own webcomic (that creepy purple-haired girl with the cat ears that should probably make more appearances), and Panda just recently became a cast member himself. I was actually rather depressed when Tatter told me at anime club that she and Panda were making a webcomic---Panda's a much better artist than I am, while basically the only thing good that I have is material. And plus they shoved in my face my "manga-is-manga-when-it's-from-Japan" belief, but I'm letting that slide; why? Because the comic is great. And I swear, Tatter's not holding my wii hostage. Here's to a new year and a stoned vampire guy! ... read it now!




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