093 - Ever After

posted 20th Jan 2012, 1:12 AM

093 - Ever After
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20th Jan 2012, 1:12 AM

Saprophyte

Interesting philosophy, Orson. I prefer endings that are more...in the middle, and suggest the beginning of something new, myself. If it's too fuzzy, I tend to feel cheated. Same can be said for super depressing endings, though.

How about YOU guys? Do you prefer sad or happy endings? Something else?

PS I'm going to start responding to comments...as best I can without a proper reply system. Just know that your comments will have been replied to on the same page by the next update! Ex: if you comment on today's page between now and Monday, on Monday you can check this page's comment section for a reply!

I want to get to know more of my fabulous readers :)

ALSO ALSO: Happy birthday to the fabulous Shamus aka RiderJetfire, who runs the IgZ Facebook page (link on the sidebar, go like it)!! You are a rad dude.

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20th Jan 2012, 1:22 AM

Cel

AIEEEEEEE! Orson talking about writing. I love the kid.

And what was that about sad endings? I LIKE SAD ENDINGS.

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20th Jan 2012, 2:13 AM

Shamus

Oh hey, I'm a rad dude! HURRAY FOR RAD DUDE STATUS :D

But I agree about middle endings. But honestly, if the it's well executed, ANY kind of ending can work. But middle endings just tend to work better for me :D

And the Scott Pilgrim poster makes a return appearance!

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21st Jan 2012, 1:21 AM

Hannah

Scott Pilgrim! Much respect.

as for endings, if its a situation where the hero dies and its sad, thats rad. but I prefer a nice common ground I suppose.

This webcomic is what I look forward to every monday and friday. I think you are fantastic, please keep up the wonderful work :)

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23rd Jan 2012, 1:37 AM

Saprophyte

@Bea: You and your sad endings! It's rubbing off, I tell you.

@Shamus: True, true! Even if it's something I typically wouldn't like, execution can change your mind. And yeah, the SP poster...Robbie is a big Ramona Flowers fan.

@Hanna: Yess, SP, an interest that Robbie and I happen to share. And ubhbhlksjd, your comment about looking forward to the comics made my day! Thank you SO much, it really helps to hear you're enjoying it ~

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4th May 2012, 1:34 AM

Rae

I like all kinds of endings as long as they're carried out convincingly and are in-character and meaningful or fulfilling somehow or make you think.

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29th Jun 2012, 9:43 PM

Vince

I share orson's view exactly. Really love your comic btw. Great story and art. The use of watercolors is really refreshing. ^^

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