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hey that looks real cool
@ viperzerofsx – I’ll say. Feel bad for the poor guy who dropped the flashlight though.
Glad to see that the comic will get rolling again.
Seriously, looking forward to the return of this comic. All the other sprite comics I enjoyed in high school are dead.
yea I’m sure we will see heroes inc again but its sad sprite comics died out. I wonder if their is away to reverse that? why did they die? would it help to have collaborative projects, use higher res sprites, higher quality writing. would that even help? I don’t know but it would be cool to see them again
“I wonder if their is away to reverse that?”
Donate me enough money through PayPal or buy enough cafe press merch so that I don’t have to work 10-hours a day in a warehouse 3rd shift just to make ends meet and sleep all weekend to make up for it.
Or send me a steady stream of cocaine so I never have to sleep. That might help.
Long story short, sprite comics have died out because they’re unprofitable and in large part due to their authors becoming adults with responsibilities and little to no spare time to work on them.
So, here lies the end of Heroes Inc.?
I hope not. I’ve just only recently (in terms of comics released) started to feel fairly pleased with my own art quality, and there’s still a big chunk of story to tell. I’d like nothing more than to make webcomickng (and other art) my full time career and deliver a consistent three comics every week; I’m just in a very weird transitional phase of my life right now and I don’t have the free time or free energy nescisary to devote to the comic and produce the quality I feel like you all deserve. I may post a filler comic to explain what’s going on a bit further, but for now just be assured that I haven’t completely abandoned Heroes Inc., I’ve just put it on the back burner for a while.
Completely understandable. You gotta do what you gotta do, and if life is got you caught up with tasks to complete, that’s going to have to come first. I’m sure a lot of what’s great about the comics are what comes from your own personal desire to make them. If you aren’t happy at the moment as far as making them goes, then they won’t be as they used to be. I mean, the reason you started in the first place was to fuel your passion I assume, so to carry on the spark, you’ll just have to buy yourself the freetime in order to feel excited to make a new comic, not burrdend.
I feel awkward.
I just noticed your copyright is not updated.
Just read through the archives for the first time in a few years. Goddamn it, it’s just as good as it was the first time. I told you once you’d always have at least one fan looking for updates. Well, he’s still here boss d(‘.’d)
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