A Yajirobe Tale
In 2012, the series' name was changed from X Meets Y to A Yajirobe Tale.
The first chapter deals with Julia Jones, who is being investigated by the mysterious, much-malinged Seal of Uroboros. Yajirobe observes two Templars of the Seal trying to search Dr. Jones' house, only to run into her secret himself.
- Alt Text: On most pages.
- And That's Terrible: When Julia allows Yajirobe into her home, he helps himself to all of her fruit. She doesn't realize until after he's left.
- Awesome, Dear Boy: One of the reasons why the comic exists at all.
- A Day in the Limelight: Another reason why the comic exists.
- Expy: Several:
- The rival character featured in the cover page and in the first page resembles Dante with his long red coat and lightly colored hair. In the cover [dead link] for the second chapter, his color scheme was changed to downplay the resemblance to Dante.
- Vipo. See Mix-and-Match Critters below.
- The female Templar resembles Android 18.
- Julia is an insufferable scientist like Bulma.
- Failed a Spot Check: The Templars carry the seal of King Furry, the highest authority in the land of Dragon Ball. Yajirobe doesn't recognize it.
- Fun with Acronyms: Vipo's name is actually an acronym.
- Growling Gut
- Insufferable Genius: Dr. Jones. She can be outright rude.
- Male Gaze
- Ms. Fanservice: Dr. Jones .
- Mix-and-Match Critters: Vipo looks kind of like a cat-slash-Jigglypuff, yet has a gelatinous, slightly translucent appearance. And wings.
- Ret-Gone: Fun fact: The series first opened with two totally different pages. You will never find them. Ever. They've long been replaced with one new page.
- Ridiculously Cute Critter: Vipo.
- The Rival: Dominic Kain, the manager of the local Temple of the Seal.
- Schedule Slip
- The Stoic or The Voiceless: The only female templar seen thus far had no dialog.
- Sunday Strip: Intentionally. Hey, isn't it funny how this and Schedule Slip both rhyme?!
- Those Two Guys: The two Templars.
- Tsundere: Dr. Jones, Type A.