No room for objection
Crazy plan on not, we’re determined to go! At least more determined than me, after seeing that both the position on TWC and the support on Patreon is dwindling…!
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How are you guys doing? I’m slightly depressed about Replay not doing so good lately. I have no idea what happened but it might just as well be that I’m bad at marketing. I’ve been doing this comic for… what, 4 years now? It’s almost 250 pages now! I’ll try posting it on Tapastic and Webtoons, maybe that’ll help a little… Your diligent artist is getting depressed about wasting so much time on a project that’s not going anywhere. But that only means I should suck it up and work on the marketing a bit, even if I hate it. If you work in marketing nad have a piece of advice please speak up haha! If you guys could vote or spread the word about Replay on Reddit or forums you frequent, retweet on Twitter or repost on Facebook, that’d be really great. Thanks a bunch <3
Anyway, depressing thoughts aside, there’s one more page left and then we’ll have a couple of illustrations as an interlude. I’m recording the drawing process for them and, hopefully, that’ll be a little entertaining. And to make you more inclined to vote I’ll be posting sketches (maybe partial, if they’re too revealing lol) for the next page as a vote incentive! So please vote! Thanks!
And obviously the bullets vs swords discussion happens. For one, protecting yourself or hitting something with a sword is easier than doing so with a gun. Accidental friendly fire (or even not accidental, we’ve got limited resources here, it’s easy to turn on fellow men) is also much more likely to happen. Warding every single bullet is a ton of wasted time, a weapon that could be reused is a better choice.
But honestly, I disagree with Ada and Rob’s decision. Personally, I’m all for enchanted pitchforks.
ALSO! SPANISH REPLAY!!! https://www.faneo.es/comics/replay/pages/1
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