Hey Fediverse, what's your preferred update pace for long-form #webcomics? (Long-form comics are ones with a continuous story from page to page; compare strips, where each one is usually a new scenario.)
Bonus question: Does a webcomic's update pace affect your desire and ability to leave comments or otherwise participate in its community? If so, in what way(s)?
My #webcomic Black Dram is FINISHED! The final page is up.
The preorders for the hardcover printed version are open for a few more days! https://gumroad.com/l/blackdram
And now you can read the entire comic before buying the book, if you'd like :]
In case any of y'all use Smack Jeeves
They announced a major change to the site, but it's easy to miss the announcement: https://www.smackjeeves.com/sj-renewal-announcement.php
They're removing the customization features that make SJ distinct from Tapas and LWT. If SJ's customizability (templates, extra pages, the ability to use Disqus) is important to you, back those things up now and consider switching to ComicFury or self-hosting! You've got until January.
I made the webcomic Black Dram! When I'm not working on comics, I'm probably making pixelarty games.
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