Funny story, mine (Tooniversity)began as a simple gag-strip fancomic but suddenly I started to think of complex storylines and plots that I'd love to see. Thus, the idea of a gag strip died quickly. At first it was only about the characters of Kim Possible but the plots I had in mind were more adequate for checarters from other shows so in the end I said
I think I just need to have 2 of my female characters talking for a while to pass the test completely; haven't had the chance beacuse the story just started but luckily the upcoming arches have 2 of the cast's girls bonding.
I gather the following from the little experience I've had :
DrunkDuck: They have a good system to keep the people together, making friends and fans is easy but that doesn't mean you get many. However, once you get featured by the site or someone you'll have a decent fanbase.
The cons are the system's failures because the server falls every-so-often (at least it did the las time I posted there, It's been a while since then) and many of the features from the beggining (like trophies and such) are busted now.
Comic Fury: I'm still qute new but so far the system is good, the people are welcoming but I feel that it moves slower than DD.
Deviant Art: It's hard to get noticed there but a quick and steady update rate go a long way. The traffic there is waaaay bigger than a webcomic hosting site because... well, it's about all sorts of art. So if you fare well in DA, you'll fare better in any webcomic hosting site.
I was beggining to think Gravity Falls was going to fall into oblivion. It's been almost a year after the season finale, but a show this good it's toooootally worth it.
The things I want from the next season are:
-To know what happened to Stan after he opened the portal
-To Know if Stas really has a twin
-What happened to the missing dipper clones?
-To see Bill Cipher breaking Gideon out of prision.