On a few occasions I've looked up old pages just to check something out, and found myself reading quite happily, enjoying the events and the dialogue and the occasional explosion. My own comics entertain me, an astonishing revelation.
Sure, there are things I wish I could do over, and do better, but time is the enemy.
A FPS where the soldiers killing everyone is kinda a bad thing.
Downloading now! Hope it completes in time, free offer ends 10am PST on March 31st so hurry hurry! There's some jiggerypokery with linking to your Steam account and then redeeming the code from Steam, and downloading the game there, but even a plank like me was able to fumble through this.
I've a really vague memory of suggesting this sometime in the really vague past, my workaround has been to right-click on an offensive comic avatar and block the element so all I see thereafter is a blank space, which is very therapeutic. Bless you, Adblock Plus.
Steven-Vincent:These days you don't have to submit a prose novel to a publisher anymore. You can self-publish on Amazon, B&N, Kobo, etc.
True dat, but the ocean of self-pubbed books is growing every day, it's easy to be overlooked in the flood and sink without even being noticed. If potential publishers ask during the pitch, "How did the novel adaptation do?" and the sales are less than impressive, this could well make them wonder why the comic would do any better.
Also depends on how long the comic script is... is there enough material to adapt it into a novel?