I had a great time at MASSive Comic Con, but unfortunately I was not able to finish the next page of my web comic series. Here is a video in the meantime! You can read more about it in my upcoming blog.
Here we see the people of Heartrogard explaining why they hate Zheph so much. They all should probably think a little harder...
Page 162 is finished!
I am considering certain upcoming comic book and other types of conventions to go to in order to sell more artwork at. One is Hartford Comic Con, and if I do go to that one I will require a licence of sorts to sell items in Connecticut. If I do decide to go to that convention I will sign up to Connecticon 2016 to sell artwork as well. I am also considering Super Megafest Comic-Con and Alternicon.
I have changed the store from CafePress back to Etsy. There are various t-shirts and "My Deathnote" parody notebooks availible. I tried to keep the price as fair as I can for now.
I am going to have an Artists' Alley table at Boston ComicCon. While I am there, I will be hosting a panel called "How Making Webcomics Changed Our Lives" with other web comic artists. I maybe mistaken as to the wording of the title of the panel, but that is what we have decided to talk about mostly.
I have been working at a second part time job. It will not hinder the web comic from continuing, in fact it may help fund more for it.
I have started to list numerous things on Amazon.com that I intend to sell. I have already begun to list my comic book collection, Magic the Gathering Card collection, and a certain unused board game I have acquired. I try to sell these items at a decent price, but Amazon has certain fees that forces individuals like myself to up the price. If I can figure out how to allow grouping of comic books on Amazon to save on shipping, I will do that.