Events and things have thus far prevented more comics this week, but I hope tomorrow will be better. Meanwhile, I have more information on what you can expect from Unexplored Horizons, the new addition to EvisceratiNet where I will publish my fiction.
I remember back when I was on Keenspot I asked the member's mailing list whether they thought a website devoted to publishing fiction would work. The general consensus was no, and I agreed with them. Common wisdom at the time was that people didn't have the patience to wade through an ocean of text printed on a web browser the same way they would a comic. Common wisdom also stated that even people who were willing to try would find themselves getting tired, because monitor resolutions were so poor compared to the crispness of text on paper. Even as recently as 2007, none other than Cory Doctorow, one of the most successful personalities in the world of independent publishing and e-publishing, wrote that computers and networked electronic devices were antithetical to longform writing (i.e., novels.)
At the time I was swayed by the argument that the web was ill-suited for text-based storytelling, but I was overlooking something important: once upon a time people said that comics didn't belong on the web.