Posted July 11, 2013 at 2:58 pm
So this five day schedule seems to be working out well. Y'see, the problem with twice a week, was that I couldn't keep up with that schedule and my updates were always late (as you know). The problem with once a week, is that it just feels too slow for the story. Five days seems to be the current sweet spot. But that means that the updates are always on a different day of the week. How can readers keep track of when the comic will update? Well, the countdown clock shown at the top of the page is an experiment that I've nervously introduced and it seems to be working well. What do you think? As readers, is the clock doing its job? Even though the updates aren't posted on regular days of the week, are you still able to easily know when they're coming or would you prefer that I follow a weekly schedule? Let me know on Twitter or email. I have to say that for the first time in many years, I feel like I'm in a position where I can get on top of things! Also, I should note that the clock will tell you when I'm drawing live. If you ever see a "I'm live right now" type of notice under the clock, feel free to click on it and come and say hi. In other news, Goblins has been nominated again for this year's Dragon Slayer Award! If you'd like to support the comic, please pop over and vote for Goblins in the 'Notable Gaming Comic' category. If you do... thanks! If you DON'T vote for me... well, still thanks because you read my stuff and that means a lot to me. As always, thanks for reading. ~Thunt
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