"How to make a sunken ship comic.

Step 1:Make sure the water is not white, or whatever other color it has been polluted with. Please make sure the water is a clean blue color.

Step 2:Make sure to steal an image off the internet for the ship. Do not try and draw the ship.

Step 3:Make sure White Kirby is using the correct punctuation."
      —The remake's Deviantart description.

The Mayflower's Voyage is the 40th comic in The Air Ride Series, released on April 28, 2015.


The Shadow Star sticks his iPhone into the Mayflower's engine, and White Kirby isn't too happy.


This comic was one of many that got a remake. It was remade in June 2016. Notably, the boat actually looks like it's underwater.


  • Most notoriously, the Mayflower is a wooden boat from the 1600s. It does not have an engine. However, it is still possible for it to sink if the Shadow Star's iPhone smashed through the wood and caused an imbalance in the boat.
  • Also, in the 1600s, iPhones weren't a thing.
  • The Titanic sunk centuries after the Mayflower did. 
  • The water is not colored in. Fixed in the remake.
  • In the remake, the boat is shrunk down considerably.
  • Definitely is misspelled in both comics.


First stage reveal

The Mayflower as it appears in SMSB's M.U.G.E.N. port.

The Mayflower has been confirmed to be a stage in SMSB's M.U.G.E.N. port. The stage graphics were ripped directly from Comic 40. However, both White Kirby and the Shadow Star as seen in the original comic have been erased. Besides the default training room stage M.U.G.E.N. comes with, the Mayflower was the very first stage confirmed to appear in the game. 


  • This is the comic that inspired Comic 80, due to the Titanic's cameo in both comics.
  • The comic itself is inspired by a drawing in one of Poyo Ride's notebooks.
  • The original Deviantart description is the one that confirmed A Day in the Life of the Shadow Star.