The Webcomicker

Who watches the watchmen?

Friday, December 02, 2005


Ok, it's been awhile since I've had an updates post (by which I mean maybe two weeks or so). First off, now that the month of November is finally over, I've deleted that disgraceful Nanowrimo word total from my site. In honor of the spirit of the month I decided to keep it up even after I quit writing as a testament to how indeed there are Nanowrimo failures, and I was one of them. Ah well, there's always next year, I suppose.

As a way of (hopefully) alleviating some of the shame I feel from my abyssmal performance in Nanowrimo, later this month I'm going to be attempting the 24 hour comic book challenge with my webcomic, MiSTEam. I'll be doing the online variation, obviously. More details on that as the time in which I attempt to accomplish it draws nigh (I'm thinking somewhere in the December 15th range). I am currently trying to think of a storyline that could span 100 panels (25 comics), so if anyone reads my comic and has a suggestion. Drop me a line.

I haven't written very many reviews lately and that's because I haven't had a lot of time to read webcomic archives the past few weeks. The past few weeks and upcoming few weeks are that rare period of the year when my life outside of the internet actually becomes terribly busy and interferes with the hours of time I usually spend trolling around the web. So there may not be much in the way of reviews until after December 12th.

That being said, there are still a couple of comics I have added to my reading list since the last update: Dinosaur Comics and The Big Three-Oh. I also took the "rarely updates" off Staccato because Shawn Handyside finally got off his lazy butt and started putting out comics roughly weekly again.

Currently, I'm reading through the archives of Dominic Deegan, Oracle for Hire. But I doubt I'll have time to finish them, or read any other new comic, until the 12th.


Post a Comment

<< Home