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Comic profile: Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan
Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan
The Director's Cut
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Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 2 days ago
Number of comics: 1227
Number of subscribers: 34
Visitors: 84658 visitors (545539 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.99 (388 votes)

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Peasants, witches, bandits and elves in the 11th century. The adventures of Tamlin and crew as they journey from living in the woods as outlaws and derelicts to being respectable farmers... and back!


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Most recent comments left on Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan

20th Jun 2017
Originally published on September 24, 2007. This page was partly recolored to match the new color scheme of the monastery in the previous page a little better. Also, the second panel was redrawn on June 5, 2017 because the original panel was unacceptably weak. As with the redrawing work on the previous page, I'm still not satisfied, but for now, this is enough of an improvement to make it worthwhile.

The new drawing is based on stock by SenshiStock on DeviantArt. Reference.
Left on The New Dress
E. Bernhard Warg (Guest)
19th Jun 2017
It must be an impostor--Wickie wouldn't be so eafer to take on wolves!
Left on Rap! Rap! Where's the brawl?
17th Jun 2017
Originally published on September 21, 2007. This is the first page in the Feral storyline that has been substantially changed compared to the original version, based on criticism from almost 10 years ago.

The new background uses a 3D model of Tintern Abbey by British artist Andrew Francis, covered under the SketchUp License at the time this image was posted.
Left on 'Round the back, I say!
13th Jun 2017
Originally published on September 19, 2007. So Feral in fact went on hiatus for almost a year while I was working on a massive crossover story. And this is how the cliffhanger resolved.
Left on So the fishmonger was sold out?
E. Bernhard Warg (Guest)
13th Jun 2017
Fly = European tumbleweed?
Left on The Green Knight likes fun