Otto Wilcox is content with his lackluster life until his fate becomes entangled with that of Jupiter, a robot who's lived on earth since the year 1000 AD.
Updates one to three times a week, full color.
Every time I reach $20, I'll draw an additional page to post for the week.
Heeeere it is! The first page of my new comic. I've felt a little bored since my previous comic, May the Rain Come ended last year.
This comic is going to be very different from my last one in that this is going to be my favorite genre -- sci-fi! :party: So! Hopefully it'll still have that "zime" feel but still be very different from my previous comic.
The plot synopsis: Otto Wilcox is content with his lackluster life until his fate becomes entangled with that of Jupiter, a robot who's lived on earth since the year 1000 AD.
** What your can expect from this comic:
-- I plan to keep it PG13. The worst swears I'll have will probably be "damn" and some made up ones as this comic takes place in an alternate '80s. (except for the prologue here, of course)
-- No fan service! Go somewhere else for your T&A because you won't find it here. My goal is to tell a story not to get people off.
-- As far as sensitive subjects go: this comic has two main characters who're of two different poles religiously; one's an atheist and one's very spiritual. I don't intend to take either side of the poles myself, as I believe both are good. But, if you are really bothered by one side, feel free not to read. It's not a major theme though, so it shouldn't be a problem. Just a flavor thing.
-- Also I have an asexual character hanging around. I'm not sure why that'd bother anyone, but I figured I'd letcha know anyway. It's not a major theme in the comic, either. Just something to add character flavor.
** What I want YOU to do as a reader!
-- Point out spelling and grammar errors and don't apologize for doing so! On my last comic people were all like "I'm not trying to be mean but you spelt ____ wrong". Don't apologize, just tell me so I can fix it. What would be mean would be to NOT tell me.
-- As far as critique on the art goes: I'm doing these pages very quickly as I'm a full time chiropractic student. I draw and finish pages in less than an hour. This means the art won't always be perfect and I recognize that. So If a drawing looks a little wonky here or these just ignore it because I'll most likely know it as well. But, if I CONTINUE to draw something wrong or you think something looks continually stupid, THEN let me know.
-- Other things that are good to critique: feel free to point out anything you feel implausible or inaccurate. Also, if you feel I'm missing a page or the pacing is too fast, let me know. I've been known to add a page on the critique of the readers. I'm not a stubborn mule! What you think is important to me.
And that's about it! I hope you enjoy this new tale.
Y. e. s.
Oh dear me I clicked on this and immediately thought "this style seems familiar why is this familiar" and down I scrolled to see who was the author and--YOU.
Zimeta you wonderful person you've hooked me again and I've only just barely glanced the first page!
@DatGhost: Awesome! I hope you'll like this one as well. :D