Oh Dr. Snatch, whatever are you going on about? And really, dudes, this guy has been practicing martial arts for how long? You really think that kind of restraint is going to cut it? (But hey, we wouldn't have a story if everyone correctly anticipated everyone else's abilities...)
We're 0/$20 for a monday update next week (the 11th), thank you D. Williams and J. Dean for your amazing, constant support of these extra updates <3. I have also noticed a few more purchases of the extra stories (Arc 5 Extension, The Proposal) of late, which is awesome. If anyone ever has any issues with that (being forwarded through Paypal I mean), I do hope you will plllleeeaaaaase contact me. And if you are interested in buying them, they are directly to your RIGHT in the sidebar. $5 for each mini-story.
Speaking of mini-stories, I will likely have a new one pretty soon--Peter's story of when he first got to The City.
And since we're about halfway through Arc 10 now, I figure I might as well let you know that in Arc 11, a certain character with a fake eyepatch as well as his right-hand woman will be making a reappearance. I am excited. Hope you are too!
The SpiderForest comic of the week is Sunset Grill, by Kat Feete. Here's her blurb: "Gangsters. Mercenaries. Public defenders. Ordinary people struggling to survive in an extraordinary future. They all have one thing in common: they all drink beer."
Personally, I would call this comic The Drew Carey Show meets The Sopranos. I am entirely unsure how Kat is able to script such wonderful humor into such a gritty tale. It is flipping amazing. I don't think I've ever read such a WELL-WRITTEN comic. Now, I'm told many readers are not fond of the 3D posing used in, well, 3D comics. I'm-a gonna tell you that you ought to get over that right now, because this comic is worth it. Besides, Kat's characters, settings and props are so well rendered I'd put it on par with most hand-illustrated comics any day! So go and read it.