I sort of lurk around webcomic places like TWCL etc and spend ages messing around with Project Wonderful and AdWords as a means of procrastination. I might have readings to do for class, but if I can skip those and promote mai waifu's webcomic (http://www.bittersweetcandybowl.com
) instead, then I'm hardly wasting my time, am I?
I'm actually more fascinated by the personalities and conflicts and business aspects of the webcomics scene than anything else. I still don't read any. But I'm glad to see you've got a comic running over here that seems well made with a cute concept behind it. (I skimmed it!) I admit I didn't notice it until recently, even though you've been going for 2+ years. I do wonder if there's some kind of magic formula ex-GHZers can draw on to manipulate our comics into Sam and Fuzzys...
And.. I don't know about the GHZ forums! Are they still interesting? It seems like they were filled with boring people and ex-sprite-comickers trying hard to fit in and be bigshot-jaded-lapsed-fanboys-and-girls like all the real GHZers. The most interaction I have with GHZ people these days is occasional nagging from Segaholic about something and semi-frequent conversations with Popcorn in IRC. I wouldn't mind more, but seriously, are video games worth talking about these days.