Get the confetti, the 150th upload is here! It's not the 150th page, given that there were a couple of double spreads, but uploads are easier to track.

And there's even more good news, followed by the usual realisation that I have too little time on hand to actually do all the stuff I want to do (insert nervous laughter).
First of all, I'm determined to get the comic to print this year. There won't be a Kickstarter, though. Honestly, I simply don't have the time and energy to prepare, keep on top of and fulfil a campaign like this. Which is why I'll do print on demand. Prior to that, I'll probably hold a giveaway for a signed copy and some other goodies (still deciding on what exactly, if you have ideas feel free to leave them below).
Second, I finally found the perfect piece of music a project I've had on my mind for years! I'll tackle that one once I've finished the Soul's Journey short story I'm currently working on.
And third, that short story I mentioned is something I work on during Weekend streams over on Twitch. That mystery project I finally found music for will likely be worked on during streams after. We'll see how self-conscious I get around people.

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And now for some more Comics of the Week: image

Monster Lands By J. Nelson- Monster Lands is a fantasy/dramedy story that focuses on the axe-wielding, monster-riding adventurer Othera as she battles against the tyranny of the evil queen Eren Lorry! It’s largely a character-driven story, written as sort of a deconstruction of fantasy tropes while also being a love letter to the genre. It is made of numerous short, standalone chapters which form the base for the longer, plot-intensive chapters.

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Evil Witch Allie by Kristin Tipping- A comic about some average kids dealing with normal teen problems like babysitting the world’s worst magical girl, solving yet another murder, and getting that darn ghost cat to stop sleeping on the keyboard.

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LittleLight Asylum by Julian Dominguez- In a strange orphanage where the little monsters really are little monsters, three friends are constantly getting themselves into supernatural misadventures.

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