Chapter 9 - Still Alive 2 - Title
July 11, 2011
And this where I expect to hear a collective WTF.
Vote to see a sketch of the next page.
Who is this guy? You remember him? Granted it's been 7 years since we've seen him. Seven years of learning how to draw as well. I am stoked to be able to draw him again though.
And what's that around his neck? And is that a scar?
Ok, I'll stop myself from asking questions I already know the answer to. There will not be an update this Thursday. For 3 weeks I did double updates, and readership still declined, so, not going to stress myself
out over updating more. I guess the bottom line is I do tWoW because I enjoy it, I made What it Takes (my other comic) to make money. This was my first work, it's my favorite, it's sucktastic, poorly done, has horrible pacing
and scripting, but it doesn't matter. 'Cause it's my baby.
15 more days until the release of the next Dresden Files book. I have had to quell the urge to drop everything and make a fan comic.
10 more fans to go until someone wins a Not Alone book with original drawing! Not Alone
is an origin story of characters that appear in chapter 10!
I have very few copies left, and doubt I will be printing more soon. There will be a drawing for the book when we reach 100 fans
. I don't really understand why it is taking so long
with the thousands of readers this comic has, but whatever. Someone is getting something free dammit.
SpiderForest, that wonderful network/host/collective that hosts all my comic works, is once again accepting applications for new members up until July 24. SF offers free hosting, advertising through the overhead banner on every SF
site, as well as being distinguished from the rest of the 10's of thousands of webcomics. We're a collective that's serious about the work we put out. All current SF members read and vote on your application. Go here for more info.
Those of you readers who may be hosted on Drunkduck and are as pissed off about what they just did (as you should be. Limiting page sizes?! WTF), you may want to consider this option pretty seriously. I started in webcomics over 7
years ago, and tried out Comic Genesis, Drunkduck, Smack Jeeves and Comic Dish before settling on SF. I have not a single ounce of regret.