And that’s the end of chapter 10!
As of tomorrow, The Fancy Adventures of Jack Cannon has been going for 4 years! I’d like to thank everyone who has been with me up until now, words alone can’t express what your comments and support have meant to me, and I look forward to telling you more ridiculous stories.
As for what’s coming next, the comic is going to be going through a little bit or restructuring. For one thing, the one comic a week update has suuuucked. As a final product the comic moves quickly enough, and while necessarily, the once a week updated were just so slow. There are several ways I can address his problem, and here’s the first: I’m going to be experimenting with black and white, which should be able to bring the comic back up to at least 2 comics a week, (ideally I’d like 3, but since heading to uni this comic really has become a labor of love. Maybe I could pull it off, but I don’t want to make any promises.)
Another thing I could do is release comics in blocks. Maybe five or ten pages at once, with no solid update time. Obviously you’d have to wait longer, but when the story did update it would be multi page (or a whole chapter) and colour would remain which is something I have a feeling people will miss.
Or maybe not. Am I wrong? Let me know!
So, anyway, what I’m going to do now Is take a month off! It will technically only be a hiatus for you, not me, as I will still be working on pages and finalizing story elements and working on a new webpage which, dare I say it, won’t be terrible?! God, I hope so.
So! I’ll see you on August the 6th Please write that down!
If you can’t stand to be without me in your life for even a month, I have some good news! I help host a podcast along with my good buddy Nick Lovett called The Nerd Train, we have also started a youtube channel based mainly around me being crap at video games. Please check them out!
They both contain some pretty adult language (we use swear words) so keep that in mind if you are at work or around children or are not into that kind of thing.
Once again, thanks for reading! I’ll see you in August!