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?
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AIEEEEEEE! Orson talking about writing. I love the kid.
And what was that about sad endings? I LIKE SAD ENDINGS.
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!
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 :)
@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 ~
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.
I share orson's view exactly. Really love your comic btw. Great story and art. The use of watercolors is really refreshing. ^^