Havoc751 wrote:I'm pretty sure Bleed doesn't get payed to make these comics. He has a live to worry about too y'know.
He gets paid VERY WELL, if I am not mistaken. Commissioned to do as much comic work as he wants.
However I feel he's put way too much attention into GT as of late, and left his other works in the dust. I just checked, and last month GT got six updates, where as PpGD only got one. I appreciate everything him and his team does, but I just wish he would balance it out a little better. But in all fairness, I'm not 100% sure about what goes on behind the scenes.
I've been sick. There will be more PpGD pages soon.
Sigment Kurosai wrote:http://ppg.snafu-comics.com/index.php?comic_id=266
I had considered it a possible hint when weasel said that he had "made a few calls", implying that he may have contacted the RRB, or those that they report to.
I never actually considered that. If I understood correctly, I think BR hinted that they would show up during the time bomb events. But don't call me on that.
I am not sure that I said they'd show up during the linearity bomb's activation.
Gentlemuffin wrote:I honestly dont know whats happening there anymore. Unlike GT that has a prevalent dark, edgy theme that you can follow through the escapades of the Grim Family and the intertwining relationships of the denizens of the Underworld, PPGD seems like mindless action that after all this time, isnt seem to be going anywhere. The cameos are dated, and the plot is somehow needlessly convoluted, coming in only second after Sugar Bits.
Of course, this is just my opinion.
My responding opinion is such an idea ends up being bit unfair given what was just said about PpGD: It has less updates than GT, so each page is scrutinized more. Alas that your opinion is the way it is.
SB's writer recently passed away as a result of cancer, so it was and is focused on even less than PpGD currently is.
A bit problematic to refer to it as schizophrenic, don't you think? The whiplash was at its worst when Red was introduced to the comic. Perhaps you recall that event?
But I agree that a lot of the decisions in SB were not amazing. The writer we just lost was here to correct that. It was decided we would shut SB down before he passed, and leave an open but firm 'end' to the comic so that in a long time, it could be returned to later with more vigor--he was going to work on a new comic concept with me. Depressing circumstances.
In exactly two pages, PpGD will introduce a divergent conversation to ponder over for the sake of furthering the plot. I hope this helps soften some of your opinion on the fight.
However, I don't know if this thread is the best place to continue this discussion.
If the original author does not come back in, say, two days, I will lock it.