Welcome to V.4
V.4 is a brand new comic series I’ll be working whenever I have some free time and new ideas to explore. I have a different direction in mind that I want to take with this iteration of the comics. Though they will be set long after the events of my old comic series, you will NOT need prior knowledge of them to understand and enjoy this series.
Comic 267: Eljay and his Symbiote
Comic 268: The Wait is Over
Comic 269: Surrender or Feed
Comic 270: Inner Turmoil
Comic 271: A Moment Too Long
Comic 272: Venom Makes A Move
Comic 273: One Deadly Distraction
Comic 274: Hybrid Confronts Carnage
Comic 275: One Messy Night
Comic 276: Something Overhead
Comic 277: Qwerty’s Awakening, Part 1
Comic 278: Qwerty’s Awakening, Part 2
Comic 279: Qwerty’s Awakening, Part 3
Comic 280: Quantum Something
Comic 281: Strength
Comic 282: The Carnage Internship
Comic 283: Cheer Up
Comic 284: Carnage’s Team Assembled
Comic 285: Strong Connections
Comic 286: Change of Plans
Comic 287: The Trip to Klyntar, Part 1
Comic 288: The Trip to Klyntar, Part 2
Comic 289: The Trip to Klyntar, Part 3
Comic 290: Return to Aku-Magna
Comic 291: Comic Land Intel
Comic 292: Making Preparations
Comic 293: Return to Babylon City
Comic 294: Does It Work?
Comic 295: The Backup Plan
Comic 296: We Are Venom
Comic 297: Return to the Comic Land
Comic 298: Meanwhile at Carnage HQ
V.3 was the indicator that I had surpassed 200 comics during the series’ original run. It became a mostly plot-driven comic, as I originally intended to end the series with a bang… But instead it kind of died with a whimper.
While I never finished V.3, I did plan out the whole finale in a word document. All the ideas are there, just waiting to become actual comics. Most of it had to be rewritten from memory, and it also needed some revising for the sake of telling a more cohesive story and making a more natural transition into V.4.
Once I have reached Comic 300, V.3 will be complete, and V.4 will be my only project.
If you have never read my old comics, don’t worry. I don’t blame you. There’s 266 of them, they are really old, most did not age well, and some required Marvel comic book knowledge to fully grasp. Just stick with the new content, and everything you need to know should be clear.
But… I mean, if you are actually interested…
Check out the archive down below this post.
Thank you to all my internet friends and acquaintances who have followed and supported the series during the original run. In retrospect, I’ve gotten a lot of help, motivation, ideas, and resources from you guys to make this series as fun and awesome as I could, and I do appreciate it. It made me more invested in story-telling, illustration, and the little nerdy hobbies I enjoy to this day. I hope that some of you are reading this just to join me in revisiting our little niche history.
Newcomers, thank you for humoring me. This whole thing meant a great deal to me back in the day when sprite comics were popular, so it’s incredibly nostalgic for me to revisit this, and honestly, quite fun to give it another go.
I hope to continue keeping you guys entertained with whatever fun ideas I come up with.
Thanks for reading!
Sprites used in the comics were produced by myself and many others as contributions to Rahi Zaku’s BIONICLE sprite kit.