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Welcome to Askazi Myths

An ancients themed fantasy webcomic, written by the foozzzball and drawn by Tanzenlicht. Updates every Tuesday.

December 22nd, 2010, 6:50 am

We've Moved

Askazi Myths has moved!

Comic will no longer update on smackjeeves so update your bookmarks. Also I'm changing updates to Thursdays because it works out better with my new schedule.

August 16th, 2010, 10:26 pm


So all this Askazi stuff is within the same setting of a big, partly written novel. Since we're both still interested in this comic thing, foozzzball has decided to write it up as comic script for me to draw.

As this is sort a Big Deal for us and is likely to keep us occupied for some time, we celebrating with our very own website.

Askazi Myths

Comic will continue to update here through the prologue of The Wounded Heart.

June 7th, 2010, 8:05 pm

What, again?

As of right now I haven't even had time to get my sketches properly finalized. I don have time management skills. I apologize, I hate being one of those kinds of webcomic artists.

Erratic updates over the summer. I'll have some of the products of my poor time management up tomorrow for you instead of comic. Much as I hate skipping updates I hate putting up something I'm not proud of more, and that's what would happen if I tried to just get it done.

July 21st, 2009, 9:03 am

Askazi Myths launches!

Welcome to Askazi Myths, a new webcomic by the foozzzball (writer) and Tanzenlicht (artist)!

Askazi Myths is a webcomic set in an ancients themed fantasy world, populated by many peoples, such as the sly and catlike Khatulim, the Wild Hounds, the grey Giants of the Far South, the civil Mus and more. Learn of heroes like the giant Wild Hound Silkozi Twelve-Burns, the legendary Khatulim merchant Rakul 'Goldeneyes' Shakur or even the ancient gods themselves.

Our first storyline deals with the legend of Silkozi Twelve-Burns, one of the greatest among the Wild Hounds, but please do read our older stories about mad tales traded between Khatulim traders, in Magul's Lie, and about love found and lost amongst the warrior-rabbit brethren of the Kith Athara, in Sureth and Ileth.

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