List of comics in WarioWare: D.I.Y.

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This is a list of all the Diamond Publishing comics that appear in WarioWare: D.I.Y. They are not created by the employees of Diamond Software, but by their respective favorite creators. They are organized by creators.

Kotobuki Shiriagari[edit]

"This section has comics by Mona's favorite artist, Kotobuki Shiriagari!"

Shelf Image Comic Description Summary
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: DS Dad #1 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. DS Dad #1 "Sometimes parents don't get it." A conversation between a dad and his son about the Nintendo DS. The dad thinks that "DS" is slang for "Dads are Splendid."
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: New Game! #1 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. New Game! #1 "How video games DON'T get made." An employee suggests a cooking game for the DS where you can taste the food in real life using your stylus. His boss states that he "hates cooking" and asks for a new idea.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: Aura Reading in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Aura Reading "Some deep-tissue spirituality!" An Aura reader girl talks with a boy regarding his spirit. It's weak, but it's good at back rubs.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: Arrested #1 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Arrested #1 "You can't outwit the detective!" A detective accuses Mr. Jones-Smith of committing a crime. Mr. Jones-Smith explains that he has an alibi, but the detective responds by thinking he's a "twin-double-doppelganger-clone." He asks, "They let you be a detective?!"
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: ...Dog? #1 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. ...Dog? #1 "Pets often look like their owners." A child begs his parents for a dog. Larry, the child's father, complies by wearing a dog costume.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: Demands in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Demands "Careful what you don't wish for." A man walks by demanding justice, and then a cream-cheese danish.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: New Game! #2 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. New Game! #2 "A new way of playing games!" An employee suggests an ear-cleaning game; however, the player's ear is not level 1.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: Product Test in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Product Test "Not just the CEO for Dolly Hair..." A doll with real, growing hair spreads widely. An employee uses it to create a hair-growth tonic. Unfortunately, the user will only get the hairstyle of the doll.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: DS Dad #2 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. DS Dad #2 "Sometimes parents try too hard..." A sequel to "DS Dad #1." This time, the dad thinks that "DS" is slang for "Dandy and Swell," and that it could take off. The son responds, "Decidedly So."
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: Rise and... in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Rise and... "The early bird gets...something!" A person wakes up early happily, only to fall asleep shortly afterwards.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: Arrested #2 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Arrested #2 "Our detective is still trying..." The detective accuse Mr. Smith-Jones for the crime, Mr. Smith-Jones explain that he has no motive, which the detective thinks is very suspicious. He asks, "Seriously, how did you get this job?!"
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: ...Dog? #2 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. ...Dog? #2 "Pets are full of surprises!" The continuation of "...Dog? #1": the child thinks that his dog is a strange as he is doing human habits, he even saw him about to take his head (disguise) off.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: Easy Money in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Easy Money "There's no such thing..." A guy finds a button with a note that reads, "Want to be rich?" The guy presses the button, only to find the note reading, "This button won't help."
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: Arrested #3 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Arrested #3 "Our detective and his soft side..." The detective accuse Ms. Smith-Jones-Smith for the crime, who asks what she had done. The detective answers that she stole his heart.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: Polter-guys in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Polter-guys "The brave men of D.O.T." At the Department of Transportation, an employee alerts his boss about the confirmed existence of a ghost in the Bick Tunnel. The boss puts a sign "BEWARE OF GHOSTS" at the entrance as a solution.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: ...Dog? #3 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. ...Dog? #3 "Larry's adjusting, but..." The continuation of "...Dog? #1" and #2: the child still mentions that his dog is weird, as he cannot walk on all fours. However, although he begins to adjust, the child is pleased only to notice that his mom is concerned.
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: DS Dad #3 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. DS Dad #3 "Parents get lonely sometimes..." The sequel to "DS Dad #1" and "DS Dad #2." The dad now thinks that "DS" stands for "David Stanley," and offers to tell the "long story" to his son. His son responds "Please don't."
The shelf sprite of one of Mona's favorite artist comics: New Game! #3 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. New Game! #3 "The ultimate game idea!" An employee suggests a game where the main character has no goal, can't tell allies from enemies, everything he does gets wrong, and there is no reset button. The employee sadly calls the game "My Life."

Isami Nakagawa[edit]

"This section has comics by Jimmy T.'s favorite artist, Isami Nakagawa!"

Shelf Image Comic Description Summary
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Spectacles in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Spectacles "What a confusing spectacle!" A father and a son confuse their glasses and a snail.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Just the Fax in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Just the Fax "This is one upset stomach!" A doctor examines a patient who ate a fax machine and finds out that he is running out of toner.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Snack Talk in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Snack Talk "Who needs a mobile phone?" Two kids use noodle cans to make a play telephone.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Out at Sea in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Out at Sea "Did he leave the keys inside?" A man sees two men kidnapping a squid, so he calls the Octo-police and report the "squidnapping" to them.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Hard Sell in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Hard Sell "One man's treasure..." A man tries to sell a magical slipper that doubles the amount of cockroaches he tries to squish with it. The customer refuses to buy it.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Dough Boy in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Dough Boy "Cover your mouth when you sneeze!" A dough boy is spinning dough. He sneezes and the dough flies and lands on a customer's head.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Morning Prep in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Morning Prep "Getting ready can take a while." A boy sprays his "bed-head" with water to get a "flowerbed-head."
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Monstrous! in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Monstrous! "What is the deal with monsters?" A monster is resting on a roof, destroying planes to eat the airline food.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Me Vs World in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Me Vs World "A lesson in humility." A scorpion shouts that nothing can stop him that day, but he then accidentally stings himself and falls unconscious.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Barbershop in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Barbershop "Just trim the sides. Well done." A barber asks the customer what to do with muttonchops. The customer responds, "The usual, Hank!" They both eat mutton chops.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Dating Scene in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Dating Scene "Meeting girls can be tough." Two men try to ask a girl out. To their surprise, she only dates men who can burp the alphabet.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Macho Man in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Macho Man "It's hard to let things go..." A man cries after letting go of a balloon.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Gone Fishin' in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Gone Fishin' "The ocean is very mysterious." A man watches a fisher holding a fishing net. It turns out the net is actually the web of a giant spider.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Competition in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Competition "Some people prefer an audience." "It takes drive to compete in the 400-meter freestyle. It takes even more for the 400-meter parade."
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Nature Walk in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Nature Walk "What a bunch of saps!" A man walks by a tree and notices bugs drawn to the tree sap. He later notices a group of people sticking their heads on a "hair-growth tree."
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Nap Hazards in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Nap Hazards "Be careful when you-- Zzzzz..." A man is sleeping on the carpet and wakes up to find carpet pattern on his face. His dad comes home and the man sees that his dad has been sleeping on manhole lids.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Dog Trainer in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Dog Trainer "It takes patience to train a dog!" A man is commanding his dog, but it instead gives its shirt to another dog, to the man's confusion.
The shelf sprite of one of Jimmy T.'s favorite artist comics: Willpower in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Willpower "There must be an easier way!" A man tries biting his lip to make the sun rise.

Sekaiichi Asakura[edit]

"This section has comics by Ashley's favorite artist, Sekaiichi Asakura!"

Shelf Image Comic Description Summary
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist comics: Fire Away! in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Fire Away! "A feat few have attempted..." A guy attempts to blow fire, but accidentally lets it out from his rear end.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist comics: Speed Limit in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Speed Limit "You know how fast you were going?" A guy runs so fast that his skin detaches from his body
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Look! Ghost! in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Look! Ghost! "Raise awareness AND the dead." A guy succeeds in summoning a huge number of ghosts, yet fails to notice the success.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Style Update in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Style Update "Time for a change?" A guy decides to change his style by making his skeleton jump from one body to another.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Style Update in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Sunny Day "The dangers of too much sunshine." A man appears to be melting, but it turns out to be someone's ice-cream cone.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Origin Story in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Origin Story "Thor's earliest days." The crying of Thor's caregiver, due to Thor's cuteness, causes lightning.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Be Still in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Be Still "Zombies have music idols, too." Rebecca Mortis blows a kiss to zombies, which causes them to swoon over her.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Chimney Man! in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Chimney Man! "The Adventures of Chimney Man!" Chimney Man, who has been bitten by a radioactive chimney, has only one power: letting out smoke.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Death Rock in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Death Rock "Sing your zombie heart out!" A guy starts a new band by singing "Steak through my heart."
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Look Inside in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Look Inside "An educational look inside!" A guy takes an X-ray scan to find that his bones are decomposing because he is avoiding calcium.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: As You Wish in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. As You Wish "He likes pastry! Who doesn't?" A guy wishes for excessive amounts of cinnamon rolls and gets swirled peace.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Mummy Belt in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Mummy Belt "What do they do with their time?" A mummy uses its wrappings to bungee jump, spinning like a yo-yo.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Sally's Tip in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Sally's Tip "Another valuable tip from Sally!" Sally advises putting butter and syrup on a spirit.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: At Midnight in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. At Midnight "When we're not around..." When lightning strikes, gravestones play an equivalent of musical chairs.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Zombie Abs in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Zombie Abs "Even the undead need to tone up." A zombie fitness instructor tells a living man to "feel the rot," "decompose," and "drop dead and give me 20." The man responds, "I can't take any more..."
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Embarrassing in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Embarrassing "Sometimes you have to stop dancing..." A zombie dances so hard that his head falls off.
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: The Secret in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. The Secret "Success comes with a price." A guy is given a pair of glasses said to help him score perfectly on tests. The lenses read "To score perfectly.. study hard."
The shelf sprite of one of Ashley's favorite artist's comics: Whoops! in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Whoops! "Bring ALL your school supplies." A guy is leaving for school after having prepared everything, but forgets only one thing: his brain.

Masakazu Amahisa[edit]

"This section has comics by Orbulon's favorite artist, Masakazu Amahisa!"

The Our Hero series consists of an ongoing narrative, unlike the other comics in WarioWare: D.I.Y. The story involves a man who uses a Popsicle stick and ping-pong paddle as a sword and shield, has a wad of flavorless gum as a companion, and eventually wins a free Popsicle.

Shelf Image Comic Description
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #1 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #1 "Destiny has to start somewhere."
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #2 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #2 "The first step is to get equipped!"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #3 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #3 "An enemy appeared!"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #4 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #4 "Let's take down the first boss!"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #5 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #5 "Now we need proper hero garb!"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #6 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #6 "Can our hero save the day?"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #7 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #7 "In search of an...unlikely ally."
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #8 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #8 "A hero is polite in all things."
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #9 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #9 "Have you seen this, uh...person?"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #10 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #10 "The quest completed!"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #11 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #11 "A hero's reward."
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #12 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #12 "A hero encounters his nemesis!"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #13 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #13 "What kind of villain is this?!"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #14 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #14 "All the world's a stage..."
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #15 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #15 "Even heroes fall in love!"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #16 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #16 "A fond farewell."
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #17 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #17 "There's always a second quest!"
The shelf sprite of one of Orbulon's favorite artist's comics: Our Hero #18 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Hero #18 "Final words of wisdom."

Rei Betsuyaku[edit]

This section has comics by 9-Volt's favorite artist, Rei Betsuyaku!

Shelf Image Comic Description Summary
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Cacti Style in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Cacti Style "Beauty is only spine deep." A cactus "pursue[s] perfection" by using hair removal and skin treatment.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist comics: ゆうれいくん (Mr. Ghost) in the Japanese version of the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. ゆうれいくん (Mr. Ghost) あるてんこうせいのかなしいものがたり。 (The sad story of a transfer student.) A transfer student spirit claims that he is happy when introducing himself, then gets annoyed when people ask him too many questions.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Ta-da! in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Ta-da! "Detective Magician is on the case!" Detective Magician fires his gun at a kidnapper, and flowers come out of the barrel. Everyone claps.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Half Back in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Half Back "A half-baked story." A man with half of his skin missing can only pay half of a detective's fee.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Fish Tale in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Fish Tale "I've heard this story...I think." Little Red Snapper Hood delivers goodies to her grandma. Her parents dislike how the house now smells like fish.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Pedigreed in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Pedigreed "Breedful things." A Stretch Dog gets stretched into a mess.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: The war in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. The War "The history of the future of history." A war starts because a man steps on an alien's tentacle.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist comics: かぐやひめ (Princess Kaguya) in the Japanese version of the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. かぐやひめ (Princess Kaguya) べつやくどうわシリーズだい2だん!(Betsuyaku's fairy-tail series step No. 2.)
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Our Visitor in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Our Visitor "Expanding your horizons is fun!" An exchange student from Biloleek gets sent home in a rocket.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Smelltone #1 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Smelltone #1 "Custom ringtones are SO last year." "What could be better than a custom ringtone? How about a smelltone? Just select your scent of choice and the smell alerts you to incoming calls. Caution: Detecting calls during dinner may be difficult."
A comic exclusive to the Japanese version of WarioWare: D.I.Y. しつもんほうほう (Question method) しつもんほうほうっていろいろありますよねー。("Questions have various methods!")
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Smelltone #2 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Smelltone #2 "Getting the most out of your phone." "Here's a handy tip to get more from your smelltone phone! When you're on a date and accidentally make a 'smelltone' of your own... Just take out your phone and pretend to take a call! Let smelltone save your reputation with the ladies!"
A comic exclusive to the Japanese version of WarioWare: D.I.Y. バナナ (Banana) バナナはおやつにはいるのだろうか?("I wonder when a banana is the snack?")
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: R-E Man #1 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. R-E Man #1 "Rock-Eating Man, hero of a new age!" Rock-Eating Man fights evil the only way he can: eating rocks.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: R-E Man #2 in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. R-E Man #2 "Our hero reveals his secrets!" After a child asks, Rock-Eating Man reveals that sand comes out the "other end," and claims that the Saharah Desert only exists because of him. A caption reads, "Rock-Eating Man, defender of justice, is not above messing with a child's head."
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: World Class in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. World Class "The best athletes in the world!" The comic lists three champions of the Adhesive Body World Championships.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Gran's Tale in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Gran's Tale "Folktales get better with age." A child asks her grandma to tell a story. "One day, an ugly duckling fed a poison apple to a wolf, putting it to sleep. Up walked a boot-wearing cat who carelessly laid down next to the wolf and accidentally kissed her. They lived... ever after."
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist comics: とりにんげん (Birdman) in the Japanese version of the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. とりにんげん (Birdman) とりにんげんコンクールのみらいをうらなう! (Read the future of the birdman competition!)
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Similarities in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Similarities "A useful field guide." French bread is compared to Mr. Jones, a sleeping bag, and a caterpillar.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Pocket Cat in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Pocket Cat "Some mysteries are best unsolved." A mysterious cat with a pocket on it appears. The pocket contains cat food.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Uncle Ted in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Uncle Ted "Good old Uncle Ted..." "My uncle Ted was a great bookmark. Of course, other bookmarks don't read ahead and spoil it for you..."
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Teacher Tale in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Teacher Tale "You can learn a lot from pasta." A teacher made of noodles makes sure that the class is learning and tells funny stories, but doesn't tell anyone why he is made of noodles.
The shelf sprite of one of 9-Volt's favorite artist's comics: Gentlemanly in the game WarioWare: D.I.Y.. Gentleman "Being a gentleman is challenging." "One day, my dad suddenly became a gentleman. When angered, he throws a white glove. Instead of a shopping bag, he uses a silk hat. And he eats with the tip of his cane. One of us is very confused about what it is to be a gentleman."
Notes
  • Cacti Style, The War, the Smelltone comics and Gran's Tale are exclusive to English versions of the game.
  • The page order of the comic "Half Back" in the English and Japanese versions are different.