Welcome back one and all! I know you had fun in San Diego, your Convention Updates told me so. Told me all about the sites the sounds and the cool people you met. That’s terrific, really it is, but now you can all get back to your usual grind at the drawing board. You can all go back to placing your characters in cleverly outlandish (or even more cleverly INlandish) positions and you can continue to fill me in on the specifics of your everyday mundane (but amusing) lives.
Now, I am aware that technically your strip never ceased during the time you were gone. I saw the guest strips. They were nice.
Don’t get me wrong, I liked the guest strips. I got a whole new variety of strips I had never seen before and got a few good reads out of it, but They weren’t yours, dearest creator. I went to your site looking for YOUR strip. Not the strip a good friend of yours made for you. I wanted to know how your protagonists were doing and what they were up to. Did they get the girl? Did they get the guy? Did they realize they like girls or guys? Was their villain defeated? Meager (but lovely) guest strips cannot give me the answer to these. Only YOU, greater creator, can tell us for certain.
So, welcome back, but if you would please file your new comic purchases, save your new email buddies’ addresses, strategically shelve your awards, and please return to the wonders of the online creations that I first fell in love with.
I’ve been going through withdrawl and I need my fix.