I’ve been noticing a few… prevalent trends in webcomics recently… but Abe Lincoln and his fancy algebraic equation-spouting Tyrannosaurus from the future are telling me it’s probably nothing, right? 8D
DUDE MINE IS TOTALLY DIFFERENT LOL
WHEN IS YOURS GOING UP I WANNA SEEEEEE
Not for a while yet. Keep an eye on twitter and facebook. I’ll be promoting it like craaaazy, man.
That is a gross generalization.
Now if you called this “Every POPULAR Webcomic Ever,” well, then you have a win.
Then there’s the unpopular ones like mine … :(
Generalizations are a time-saver though…
I know, I was just giving you crap. BUT HEY EVERYTHING IS SPELLED RIGHT! ;)
oh, well maybe I don’t have to worry then since my comic is also unpopular. also, I’ve never used Indy bands as a tool to gain readers… or as anything at all, really. so at least I have that to comfort myself…
We unpopular comics need to stick together.
Now I feel bad…
and least you don’t have historical figures acting completely out of character!
In an earlier comic I had a guy who looked like Teddy Roosevelt…
oh pffft please.
that’s not a full blown historical figure appearance.
Guess I put my time travelling, Spoon loving, XBox playing Ben Franklin slice of life webcomic on the back burner.
HAHA, oh man…
“heh, video game reference” is a great line, and of course the BAND shirts… standard.
I really want to make a shirt that just says “[band name]” on it.
When you make the BAND NAME shirt… I will buy one and wear it proudly…
But. But. But.
I love yelling bird. I FUCKING LOVE HIM.
I DO TOO
GOOD. SON OF A BITCH IS AWESOME.
Like. I don’t even read qc. I JUST READ YELLING BIRD.
An unfortunate truth if I ever saw one, although the piss-poor paint/stick-figure comic I attempted several years ago untilized none of these tactics. Which is why it had an average of fifteen views per installment on deviantart…unless it was the lack off bewbs/anime eyes/homosexual makeouts.
(Or just how bad it really was)
The lack of OMG TTLY KAWAII YAOI DESU was probably a contributing factor, yeah.
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