Squid’s been hella busy adapting to some taxing life changes. We haven’t been able to talk as much as we would’ve wanted. But when it came down to it, he gave me everything I needed to keep the comic going. I didn’t.
I don’t need to say much about the state of the comic, you can look at the date of the last update and see what’s up.
I had a sizable chunk of text typed out here trying to explain my experience but it hardly matters now. Long story short, the project was too ambitious for me, and I can only admit the defeat now that happened a long while ago. I’m not the artist OIC needed or that I wanted to be, and I can only apologize to anyone who thought the opposite. For what it’s worth, the feedback we’ve received on the comic has been amazing, and kept me going far longer than I would have otherwise.
There she is.
I’ve made this page available to buy as a print.
If there is some demand, I’ll look deeper into alternative printing services, and may make more panel art available as well.
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By page 125, the average comic page will be completely covered by randomly scattered, brightly coloured UI elements.
Whoa, where’d January go?
SHOUTING MEANS AUTHORITY.
The site is doing the thing again. God dammit site.
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