Comic 1 - Descent

28th Jan 2021, 6:00 AM in Neophyte
Descent
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My Little Author 28th Jan 2021, 6:00 AM edit delete
My Little Author
Once upon a time... we were off to a great start. But then... hilarity ensued. It's all downhill from here!

Hello, all, and welcome! I am the author, and way back in 2011, I posted "The Tales of Serendipity" to the now-defunct website, Smack Jeeves. Later, it was changed to "Serendipity: An Equestrian Tale" and was added to iBrony, which is also down. Now, it is simply "Serendipity". While I once had a piquing interest in the "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" phenomenon back in its hayday... (heh, heh, "hay") I honestly fell out of it within a couple years or so. However, this was the #1 most popular My Little Pony comic on Smack Jeeves (as far as I can remember), and it gained me a lot of new fans (say "Hi!", lern2surture!), as well as worthwhile experience with the image-editing software, GIMP. So, I felt it was worth preserving and archiving for anyone who would still feel like they'd like to read this. It's a piece of my history... however cheesy and cringey it might be. The pages will be presented as-is (how do you like that typo up there?) from the series' original 2011-2015 run of 180+ pages.

And so, without further ado, let us witness perhaps the most embarrassing(?) phase of my history in webcomics with... Serendipity!

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Chunck.co 9th Apr 2021, 2:29 AM edit delete reply
Chunck.co
I won't deny while I'm proud to stuck through MLP:FIM watching until the very end as among the oldest, potientally first but least outspoken, acknowledged or known of the fans that went by as "Bronies" although my admiration for series came from an brotherly respect and torment of being forced to watch Treehouse in the past for how it treated children with respect to their intelligence. As well as fan of this comic series, I will not deny it was admittedly embrassing how avid I was for time, among my barrage of unwise decisions from that and tendency to fixatation. I still appreciate this comic as it was and as actually conclusive product.
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