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Interesting note of passive aggression there -- "I have a life," implication being that your readers don't? Followed by promises that good stuff is yet to come ... seems like you're morphing into Scott.Next new blog:"PVP Makes Me Sad Makes Me Sad."
You have to reaffirm to us you have a life? Sounds like you don't have a life.
Damn, you defensive crybabies sure don't let things go. I'd argue that ZenMonkey, with over 2,000 (search tops out at 2k) posts on the halfpixel message boards in less than half a year, has less of a life than our friendly critic here.You people sure are a sad lot.
You are all missing the point, most criticisms against this blog is "Wow you made a blog dedicated to criticizing PvP? You must not have a life." He's saying he actually does have a life, contrary to what the readers have been saying. It had nothing to do with you. Jesus.
I like what you are doing. It's pretty fair criticism to make a comic better. I like that Scott reads it; his art has been improving but the writing has been a bit flat to me. I miss some of the real emotion in the PvP storylines rather than just reading the comic and knowing that it wants me to feel something when I don't feel it. I'd like it to return to its roots. No, not gaming references. Just I wanna see Skull and Brent have a little misadventure together, or Cole showing who he is a bit more. I like when Cole is a human, but in the last storyline I felt he became artificial and I wish I knew what actually happened between him and his wife. I like PvP too, and I wish it were a bit better. oh and I deleted my last comment because it had my name attached to it. Seems I can't get rid of it completely.
"You're updating a blog about a webcomic? You must not have a life!""You're not updating and say it's because you have a life? You must not have a life!"Impeccable.We'll see ya when we see ya, TFSM. At this rate, you'll still have a new post up before the Cole's Marriage storyline resumes.
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