That first panel has a Crumb inspired background.
You’ll notice I forwent it with the others.
God, I love that last cell. That belongs on a tshirt, my tshirt.
Where does that leave me and you?
Answer the question.
Is there an epilogue?
From what I can gather from the webcomics I read, if you decided to do the webcomic full time you wouldn’t have all that much free time anyway. You’d probably have a more rapid update schedule and that would take time for each strip and maybe a buffer. Cons take time, both to go to and to prepare for. The drawings themselves take hours to produce, i imagine, and if you’re going to try to make money you’ll eventually be ordering, boxing and shipping t-shirts, prints, posters or whatever else you want to sell. And you’ll have to keep that shit organized ’cause people get whiny if they don’t get their stuff promptly.
If you’ve got the ideas to drive it, go for it! Readers will follow if you post regularly and mostly on time, and you can get your fan base to pimp for you!
I love your work. Just keep going, please. And thank you for making us stop and think and smile.
Okay. I feel dumb for being snarky without reading the whole thing now. It’s deeper than I thought.
You in the Zen garden is awesome.
It was a particularly dumb comment, yeah.