I’m pretty sure our hero is auditioning to be the official mascot of the year 2020.
Extra thanks to new Patreon supporter Robert!
— Steve @theSteveConley
What? Me pincushion?
I’m writing to gripe about the free content you provide(which I have paid zero for and no-one is forcing me to read). Already shaky ground there. Here goes… The good: Cool story(kinda Pratchett-funny). The bad: The storyline advances like an inch and then it takes F-O-R-E-V-E-R until the next installment, which also advances the storyline an inch, and so forth. At this pace you would need to provide 16 panels per update(instead of the standard 4) or at least update twice a week. I know this might not be possible. Hell, I’ve got music to record and no possibility to do it since I’ve gotta pay bills and I have a family. There aren’t enough hours in the day. I know! However, that matters very little when reading the next 4 panels of very little happening.
All I can say is I totally agree with you. 🙂 I wish I could produce these faster. For most of 2019, I was able to update twice a week and I loved doing it. I hope to get back to that frequency again.
Thanks for reading and for any comparison to Terry Pratchett. 🙂
Near as I can tell, it isn’t even updating once a week.
Joe, that’s right. There were only two updates in all of October. 🙁 2020 has ben rough on my schedule. Most recently I was also slowed down while I wrapped up the Waddlebottom short story for Patreon and Kickstarter supporters. I hope to be back on at least a weekly schedule. Fingers crossed! 🙂
Quimp reminds me of those old Dallas Cowboys effigies whenever they played the Redskins.
Also, I wonder if the blade was always around bones because it’s dead wearers could only move about comfortably (or be knocked out) when they still had some flesh?
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