I couldn’t find proper sponsorship for bLaugh – and because of that, I haven’t been able to do a lot of things I had wanted to do with it. Brad is such an amazing artist, and without financial support – the comic’s publishing schedule relies largely on Brad’s time. We have close to 10,000 subscribers for it, so… we’re just trying to figure out where to go from here.
What attracts people to comics – on the Web, or otherwise? Is it the writing? Is it the artistry? Is it a perceived value? Is it a combination of all these things, or something else entirely? Is it timeliness, is it relevancy, is it… what?
Maybe it’s different for everyone.
One thing’s for sure – comic strips aren’t going away. I’m gonna continue to love ’em, I’m gonna continue to embed ’em, I’m gonna continue to write ’em, I’m gonna continue to do something with ’em.
Now, that’s funny. 🙂 I’m not so sure about these others…