Cloud’s Forum Adventures (often shortened to CFA) was a poorly-written comic series that ran from 2012 to 2014. The series focused on Cloud’s Observatory, a celestial institution responsible for protecting the heavens from harm. Its characters were “unique” in that each one was loosely based on a real-life member of the Observatory Forums. Most of these characters took the form of kirbies to make them simpler to draw. Cloud’s Forum Adventures had nothing to do with the actual Kirby universe.
I’m warning you – this series is bad. I created CFA when I was 13 years old. I’m not proud of it. Exactly none of its content is original. Its characters were based on real people, the story arcs were cliche, the dialogue was uninteresting… it’s not even memorably bad – it’s just plain forgettable. I’m sure you have a better way to waste your time, but if you insist, it’s your loss.
The Original Series
The original series of Cloud’s Forum Adventures consists of five seasons: Oblivion Island, Soul Shard, Lunar Battle, Yarn Adventures, and Miracle Crown. These combine for a grand total of 119 episodes. Like I said, they aren’t very good – if you do decide to read them, set your expectations low. Really low.
- Saga 1: Oblivion Island
- Saga 2: Soul Shard
- Saga 3: Lunar Battle
- Saga 4: Yarn Adventures
- Saga 5: Miracle Crown
I wasn’t very good at keeping Cloud’s Forum Adventures organized. Several times, I attempted to revive or reboot the series with a new story arc, only to abruptly cancel it halfway through development. These cancellations came about due to a lack of viewership; another contributing factor was my occasional loss of interest. Two serials in particular made it quite far into production prior to being cut off: both revolved around the same ideas, but were taken in very different directions. Be warned – they end on cliffhangers.
Cloud’s Forum Adventures was never really a legitimate series. It was flawed from the very beginning. Even if I had been capable of providing stellar visuals and writing, it could have never been taken seriously due to the design and structure of its characters and storyline. But who knows, maybe I’ll make a new comic series sometime in the future. One that’s actually good.