Well, everyone, it looks like that’s the end of Part 1, and the end of the comic form of Kirbies of the Alternate Dimension. I have to say, making this comic was so awesome, and I’m so glad there were people out there who actually enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed making it. When I first made this comic, I never planned to go far with it, but you guys have inspired me, and thanks to you, this comic has lasted over 2 years!
Unfortunately, Kirbies of the Alternate Dimension must stop for now, and I honestly have NO IDEA when the YouTube series will even begin production. All I can say is that you should expect to see it sometime this year.
I feel I should explain the reason for this comic going to YouTube instead of just staying here. You see:
If I animate this comic, I can make it a whole lot better. I will have more freedom with poses and facial expressions, and that way I can make this series come to life! Part 2 of KAD will definitely benefit from this freedom, as it will have many more epic scenes than Part 1 did, involving a lot of different fighting stances and things like that.
With the end of KAD Part 1, I DO, in fact, have some good news:
Even though I am ending this comic on Smack Jeeves:
I AM NOT LEAVING SMACK JEEVES! NO SIREE!
That’s right. I’d like you all to know that I am starting a new comic because I really enjoy creating on Smack Jeeves, so introducing: “Pokémon: Capture Competition”! It can be found on my profile!
Until then, I suppose I’ll just say… See ya later.
Oh... my... gosh...
THAT IS ALL.
@Omega Kirby: Oh my gosh, what?
It was all conforming so well to shonen anime stereotypes until the part where it didn't last 300 billion episodes
@Firecat1311: I don't realize how there can w such thing as a stereotype when it comes to anime. Every anime is different. I've never read a manga/watched an anime that was like another.
@HNR Silverblood: drawn out battle arcs, long-winded ability/attack explanations, tragic backstories, "I must fight to protect my friends/the world", and so much more
Shonen anime/manga has a lot of stereotypes. Believe me, I've seen the same tropes used dozens upon dozens of times. Not exaggerating.
I spent a couple of summers in my early teen years doing nothing but finding and reading through a ton of different manga series (primarily shonen), even once maxing out my library card at [omitted] volumes in one trip, and I can say with absolute certainty that that there are actually quite a few series that are almost exactly like each other.
@Firecat1311: Fighting to protect everyone. Well, honesty, can you blame Kuzer for wanting to protect his friends? And as for the long battles, I wanted to add that because I want battling to be the main focus of this comic, for that's the way I like to write. If it weren't for the long fight scenes, I would've lost interest in making this comic a while ago.