I see a lot of mentions of people saying if they looked back at their old stuff, they'd feel like they have to redo everything.
I can attest to having done that myself briefly as I attempted to at least color my older pages for a time as my first 170 or so pages were not colored, but that was a nightmare, and stopped at the first 10 pages.
I still enjoy reading my story arcs at least. Some of the jokes about then current stuff going on movie, video game, or toy wise isn't very prevalent today, but...eh.
I haven't really watched TV in a number of years. At best, I've just watch episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 from my DVD collection (or the Netflix new season)), or use that stuff as background noise while working on the computer.
When I started my comic, I was too afraid to take my inked pages and color them as when I scanned the pages in black and white, they looked terrible. So I instead scanned them in grayscale and left it at that for about 170 pages or so.
After that, I finally took a chance and attempted to color black and white scans of my comic in MS Paint and it came out...okay. So I continues that way.
The missed opportunity? I could have been coloring my comic from the beginning, but didn't cause I was stupid. >_O Now looking at at those older colors, I think I could go back and recolor them (which I briefly attempted), but it's so much work, and my older comics had a lot of mistakes in them.
Naughty words aren't as taboo as they used to be I think. I hear little kids swear, I hear their parents swear. I dunno.
When I was a kid, "Damn" was still considered a bad word. And the "s" and "f" were the ultimate no-nos.
In my comic, I try not to have my characters swear, but there are a few points where a character will say damn, bitch, and so on. Rather than saying the "f" word in my comic, my characters take a page from the classic holiday movie, "A Christmas Story" and instead say "Fudge."