December 28th, 2009, 11:27 am
A New Year, and New Exciting Stuff!
Dear all (that is to say, all five people who actually read my rare news posts)
As we come to the end of yet another exciting year, it's fun to look back at what's happened to us, and how we've grown. This year, Totally Kotor mostly grew by going on hiatus for half the year. Hmm. That wasn't really growth, it kinda took us all back a few steps. But we're back and ready to go on with the adventures!
2010 will be an exciting year for me and my comic adventures. My new super cool project is on the script and character design stages, and in a few months you might see something of it! In the mean time, TK is getting ready for the grand finale. I'm pretty interested to see what I'm going to do with the comic over the next few months.
The most important new development, however, comes in the form of me achieving one of my long term dreams - syndication. I'm not sure if it can really be called that on the internet, but it's basically the same thing. Some of you may have seen the site Crispy Gamer. It's a gaming news site not unlike IGN or Joystiq, but they've chosen instead of recieving advertising revenue from games companies, to feature ads from other companies, like fast food chains such as KFC. This is in the spirit of avoiding media bias, which as a media student I have to salute as a noble cause.
Anyway, why am I babbling on about this? Well, Crispy Gamer has a comics section of their site which features some of the great names of webcomics - names such as Scott Kurtz of PvP and Scott Johnson of Extralife (google 'em - I'm too lazy to link to their sites!) as well as a host of other really cool comics. Now TK has joined the ranks and is featured on the site - wahay! I'm pretty thrilled with this. It's all about the fortune and glory in the webcomics business! Fun fun!
So, feel free to follow the Crispy Gamer mirror for my comics - every now and then I'll include some comics that won't be included on this site, such as comics dealing with the release hype for The Old Republic. But we'll all have to wait and see about those...
So three cheers for the end of a decade, and good luck to you all in the not-too-distant future that is 2010.