About the webcomic:

Laz Jones and the Mayfield Regulators is a slice of life sci-fi/fantasy dramedy. In a world where technology and magic meet, a reluctant psionic works with his friends to keep their town safe from ancient elven war robots.

This comic is basically an author's novel notebook filled with self-indulgent backstory stuff. Mostly short stories and not entirely linear. Just having fun, okay? Sometimes, but very rarely, I have to go back on some notes. This is a creative journey.

Notes on Comic:

Content Warnings: This comic is meant for mature audiences. There will be lots of swears, alcohol, cigarettes, tasteful sexual situations (plot relevant), and talks of depression and suicidal thoughts. Probably other stuff? I don't know. Can't list everything.

Anaria?: Yes, this story still takes place in my world of Anaria. To read more about the reboot go to my FAQ page

Have I seen that design somewhere?: When I used to go by J.L. Anderson my designs of Laz and Jasmine originally appeared in a crossover comic in 2009. That comic is not canon to this story in any way, but you can read a bit more about that on my FAQ page.

World of Anaria:

World, race, magic, and technology info will go here.
It'll be a work in progress for some time.

Go here to read about the world of Anaria

About Leah:

I'm a comic artist and writer from the PNW who worked in the mainstream comic industry and on webcomics since 2007. I'm a self-taught artist that went to college to study social and political science. My hobbies include beachcombing, hiking, camping, playing video games, and modding Skyrim.

Note: In May 2018 I changed my pen name to Leah Briere. In the past I've been published as J.L. (Jayelle) Anderson. To find out more behind the name change read this blog post.

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