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Thornwatch / Eyerewood Comics List?

DarkphibreDarkphibre Photographer / Programmer / Data Scientist / GamerRegistered User regular
I was introducing my son to the world of Eyerewood, but can't for the life of me find a comprehensive list of comics set in this universe. Anyone have a pointer?

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    Jam WarriorJam Warrior Registered User regular
    This page lists the PA comics:

    http://penny-arcade.com/comic/hub/#sideStories

    Then there's the Cryptozoic print comic:

    https://www.comixology.com/Lookouts/comics-series/8317

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    BrushwoodMuttBrushwoodMutt Registered User regular
    This page lists the PA comics:

    http://penny-arcade.com/comic/hub/#sideStories

    Then there's the Cryptozoic print comic:

    https://www.comixology.com/Lookouts/comics-series/8317

    Are the Cryptozoic comic canon or fanbased?

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    Golden YakGolden Yak Burnished Bovine The sunny beaches of CanadaRegistered User regular
    Gabe and Tycho are listed in the credits as the creators, and Penny Arcade had a hand in producing it. There's bits of lore in the back of the comics written by Tycho as well. Plus it uses the Samson character from the online stories. I think it's definitely been given the 'seal of approval.'

    Incidentally, they're fun reads too, it's a shame there aren't any more.

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    BrushwoodMuttBrushwoodMutt Registered User regular
    Golden Yak wrote: »
    Gabe and Tycho are listed in the credits as the creators, and Penny Arcade had a hand in producing it. There's bits of lore in the back of the comics written by Tycho as well. Plus it uses the Samson character from the online stories. I think it's definitely been given the 'seal of approval.'

    Incidentally, they're fun reads too, it's a shame there aren't any more.

    Okay thanks, my concern was that the property is said to be Mike and Jerry's but that the stories are done by someone else basing it on their property. "Based on a property by Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins, the creative minds behind the wildly popular Penny Arcade webcomic."

    And the reason for that concern is that when Jerry finishes the book or Mike makes more comics on the Eyrewood, non-canon information might, for lack of a better expression, poison the well in terms of narrative and lore. ^ ^; I'm a lore-nerd.

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    ted366ted366 Registered User new member
    And now, of course, we're in the beginnings of a 5-part story focused mostly on the Daughters (specifically one named Trill). It began on Friday and continued today.

    The Judging Wood (part1, part2)

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