AquaPirates!

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AquaPirates! is a black and white minicomic created by Ainsley Yeager. She prides herself on making it as unplanned and on the spot as possible; call it comic improv. In a nutshell the comic is about the not adventures of a group of pirates who decided to be sneaky and use a submarine instead of some crap boat. One is a vegetarian pacifist who superficially looks like a punk. Another is a misanthropic military deserter who just loved to make people hate him. And the most odd of the bunch, the immature a-sexual spawn of a dragon and a kraken who is oblivious to any emotion other then joy.
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'''AquaPirates!''' is a black and white [[minicomic]] created by Ainsley Yeager. She prides herself on making it as unplanned and on the spot as possible; call it comic improv.
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In a nutshell the [[comic]] is about the not adventures of a group of pirates who decided to be sneaky and use a submarine instead of some crap boat. One is a vegetarian pacifist who superficially looks like a [[punk]]. Another is a misanthropic military deserter who just loves to make people hate him. And the most odd of the bunch is the immature a-sexual spawn of a dragon and a kraken who is oblivious to any emotion other then joy.
== History ==
== History ==
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It started as a high school art assignment in 2005 with the goal to be as off topic but as amusing as possible. From there AquaPirates! went to the net and became a web comic. But Ainsley had a hard time keep up on updating the site for various reasons and it was shut down and restarted multiple times. It was not until the decision to make AquaPirates! a mini comic printed DIY style that it really took off. The first issue on print was AquaPirates! Not Halloween Special. In April 2007 Vol 1: Horrible Kitten Vomit was released with the intention to look more like a comic then the previous issue.  
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'''Aqua Pirates!''' started as a high school art assignment in 2005 with the goal to be as off topic but as amusing as possible. From there AquaPirates! went to the net and became a web comic. But Ainsley had a hard time updating the site for various reasons and it was shut down and restarted multiple times. It was not until the decision to make AquaPirates! a mini comic printed [[DIY]] style that it really took off. The first issue in print was AquaPirates! Not Halloween Special. In April 2007 Vol 1: Horrible Kitten Vomit was released with the intention to look more like a comic than the previous issue.  
== External Links ==
== External Links ==
[http://octopus-zombie.com Ainsley's Homepage]
[http://octopus-zombie.com Ainsley's Homepage]
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AquaPirates! is a black and white minicomic created by Ainsley Yeager. She prides herself on making it as unplanned and on the spot as possible; call it comic improv.

In a nutshell the comic is about the not adventures of a group of pirates who decided to be sneaky and use a submarine instead of some crap boat. One is a vegetarian pacifist who superficially looks like a punk. Another is a misanthropic military deserter who just loves to make people hate him. And the most odd of the bunch is the immature a-sexual spawn of a dragon and a kraken who is oblivious to any emotion other then joy.


History

Aqua Pirates! started as a high school art assignment in 2005 with the goal to be as off topic but as amusing as possible. From there AquaPirates! went to the net and became a web comic. But Ainsley had a hard time updating the site for various reasons and it was shut down and restarted multiple times. It was not until the decision to make AquaPirates! a mini comic printed DIY style that it really took off. The first issue in print was AquaPirates! Not Halloween Special. In April 2007 Vol 1: Horrible Kitten Vomit was released with the intention to look more like a comic than the previous issue.


External Links

Ainsley's Homepage

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