My handwriting font isn't always clear with M's and N's. Panel two, Kane is reference UMD which is where I went to school. I should have drawn more comics when I was in college.
Let's go Maryland, let's go!
Kane crouches down as he staples up a poster. Ally stands next to him.
Here works. Only covering up this outdated concert.
You’re pretty deliberate with your poster placement.
Kane strokes his chin.
Force of habit, I guess. After all, I am a veteran of the UMD...
Kane stands triumphantly in front of a large image of a staple gun.
STAPLE GUN WARS
This is kind of along winded response to Denise Dorman's post about Conventions and Creators which you can check out here.
It's con season which can be kind of a hassle for creators. So here are two alternatives to trying to get into that big show.
Big shout out to Erin from Hiveworks for hooking up the new backend! Things work a little differently now. The bloggy blog will still be on the page even when you click over to make a comment on the comic. And there might be some other odds and ends that a slightly different. But overall, things should work like they have been.
The Hiveworks team is hard at work migrating the YP comic CMS into something less crazy then the Comicpress madness. As a result, you’ll notice a few 404′s if you click around here as well as comments missing on some posts. Those have been sucked into the new system and will be back up once we’re able to finalize the migration. Hopefully, everything will get sorted out soon.
I’ve been meaning to update the website for a while now, but the WordPress/Comicpress combo has too many pieces that I’d need to change in order to refresh everything. There are so many bits that are connected with so many other bits that it’d be like digging for gold to make the changes I want.
The new system is more streamlined which makes things easier for me and actually loads a whole lot faster which makes things easier for you! So please excuse the mess while things are a chugging.