(August 22nd 2014)
Blog: Casual Observer
Alright, I’m going to make a blog post that actually directly relates to the comic page it’s connected to. I will I will I will. See, I’m already being meta. This’ll be a piece of piss.
In all honesty though, as I’ve been writing a lot more comic pages lately, it’s really hard not to over analyze joke writing or the structure of fiction in general. Some of my comics do better than others. People like some of my comics significantly more than others. What is the common denominator in my “good comics” and my “bad comics”?
In conclusion, I know YouTube comments get a bad reputation but, to be honest, audience feedback wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world for me. I don’t think sticking a comment section on my pages would do much good though. Although some people find my comic pleasant or dare I say it, funny, they’re generally inoffensive. As a result, I don’t think anyone will ever feel passionately enough about one of my pages to bother commenting.
Fuck it, I’ll just do another song.
Made by Sean
... and subsequently butchered by Me.