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Hello guys. As many of you may know, I'm new on this website and this is my first blog here. I'm announcing that I'm working on a fan comic that takes place after Star Fox Command, but doesn't take place in the multiple endings the game provides you. Instead of Fox retiring and having Marcus or Krystal becoming Kursed, team Star Fox had lost against the Anglar Empire. Every member who are/were a part of Star Fox are either captured, missing, or presumed dead. From what I can tell you now, Fox is presumed to be killed in action. Because of team Star Fox's failure Corneria has been taken over by the Anglar Empire, turning the once great city into a distopian society. The Anglars have forced Cornerians to live a life of oppression and under their rule. Even though a Cornerian has the chance of becoming a bounty hunter, they're often not popular and would have to choose between death or obeying orders from their superiors. Currently, it has been twenty five years after the Anglar's won, so around the year 37ALW. To be honest, I've already worked on a couple pages. Because my prologue is finished, I'll offer a link to the pages below. They may be outdated when it comes to my artistic skill, but I hope you like them anyways! https://imgur.com/gallery/iA1V9hI
TLDR Version: Wondering what people know about the physical copy of this manga. So I'm sure some of you know about the Starfox Adventures Manga "Starfox: Farewell, Beloved Falco" it was a manga made for the Japanese market to explain the absence of Falco in Starfox Adventures. I remember it being online only back in the day with a English translated version. However, I saw a physical copy on ebay and picked it up. From my research some sites say it was bundled with Adventures others that it was online only. However I could never find a Japanese Starfox adventures with it bundled on ebay and I don't think that's correct information, unless they somehow crammed the thing into the way too small manual. So anyways when I received my copy it looks like this. My guess is that with the "Take Free" this manga was not in fact bundled with the Starfox Adventures game but more of a promotion advert for the game to get people unfamiliar with Starfox 64 (There is a single page at the start with the Story of SF64) updated and interested in the new game and explain what happened between the two games to those who are familiar. So I was wondering if anybody knows about physical copies of the Manga and if my theory is right or if there is a physical copy bundled with Starfox Adventures in Japan?