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mirlinthloth writes:

“Cause it was us baby, way before them”


Every time I pick up a main stream comic book I'm reminded why I wrote the Chronicles of Loth. It doesn't matter what side of the alley you're on. If you're a D.C. comics nut or a Marvel Guy or an Image Shop man or a Dark Horse son, they all have the same universal flaw here in America. No matter how popular a comic is eventually you have to contend with that the writer will move on and that most times a lasting impact isn't possible in his twenty or thirty issue run. Or that you really love the art of a particular guy, but he's so slow that he delays the comic for months while he works at his own lethargic pace, not naming names Frank Cho.

So that's the American Market. The Japanese market's not much better, things run until they're outta steam and then a new series pops up. Fans are fantical and they devote themselves to their creators, building musuems and museums to their greatness and most anything goes in the Japanese market.

But we fall into that middle ground, just like Adam Warren we're to american for the Japanese Market and to Japanese for the American Market. So what are we to do? Well running our webcomic is what.

We're the perfect blend of American ideas and Japanese... it allows us to get away with doing things that can't happen in the American Market, but also build the same loyal fans that the Japanese Market is known for.

Oh, and stay tuned, the artist is cooking to do some wallpapers for everyone to experince. We'll post up the deets when we have more.

So till then, thank you for letting us be awesome, and thank you. All of you for your critiques, your opinions and your support.

Till next time,