Er manchi an pupi, des kinta naari vah teteal. Aster jun hattengat. Sito Naf eshen topir gar fandaran? Es Gadda ni homt jun hattengat. Des Naf vah gerinta, shadda naari sito ni hamma.
I hope you enjoyed that little April Fools Day special I put up last week!
Since it was just a gag and not continuing the story, I wanted to put up a new normal page on the following week. But unfortunately, my car died and now I need to secure a new loan from the bank and look for a new junker I can drive around town so I can keep my job. With this delay I do not have the time to get that new page done within the next two days like I wanted, so the regular page will just have to wait for the next update in May. Sorry about that, but life happens.
In regards to the actual April Fools Day page, people were asking about the foreign language. No, all the text in the blurb beneath the comic is just gibberish. It was styled a little to look like a foreign language, but it is just gibberish, not some actual foreign language or hidden message or anything like that.
I might as well share this with all you folks, since my understanding is that you enjoy reading webcomics.
I made a page showing my favorite comics from 2014. (As in, my favorite individual pages posted in 2014, not my favorite comics/series.) Go ahead and take a look, and enjoy!
I’m trying out Disqus as the comment system on this site. I’ve been very pleased with it on other sites, so I wanted to try it here.
The biggest drawback I am finding now is that all the old comments I imported in are now “guest comments” and all use the same guest avatar. It looks ugly.
But it turns out there is a solution. If you -yes you the reader- have a Disqus account, go to Disqus.com and edit your account. Go to the “Merging” tab and you will see an option to have all of the guest comments made with your email address be merged with your Disqus account.
I had no idea that option was there.