Comic 84 - The Very Loner Christmas - Page 13

28th Dec 2010, 6:27 PM
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28th Dec 2010, 6:27 PM
Please, let me know what you thought of the story; content-wise, and how the story was told. I think it's strangely appropriate that the manifesto / dot-people pages were the final things to go into my notebook before it was filled completely. I NEVER fill notebooks completely, this is a rare thing, and it happens to coincide with the end of a story-arc that means a lot to me? Interesting. I have no clue as to the significance, but it's interesting.

For those of you that may or may not be wondering, the father and son dot...things are vaguely significant both to the manifesto and the story of my life in general. They will be making appearances throughout the series and they're backstory will be revealed at some point in the future. I haven't just lost my god damn mind with this one.


28th Dec 2010, 6:43 PM
I found the story to be interesting and nail driving on a personal level. It's answered a few important questions for me and I also love the perspective of the story telling. It feels like it was informative while not being a rant on blogger.
28th Dec 2010, 7:25 PM
I'll second Micheal's thoughts, and repeat what i mentioned earlier - it's bold, courageous comic crafting, and i salute you. Even moreso as one who walks the Loner path.
28th Dec 2010, 11:03 PM
Unka John
Very worthwhile read. I sincerely hope you continue with this project.
16th Jan 2011, 2:24 PM
All of your comics have hit home with me. Every single one. I adore your writing, and hope to be reading after you for a very, Very long time.
19th May 2011, 10:17 PM
I enjoy the storytelling style, and the content is interesting.
2nd Jul 2011, 4:53 AM
I have read this and thought, to myself, this man, knows what he's talking about. I hope both of us can shake that terrible yellow box cutter and that you keep this project up. I feel like it's more important than we realize. I know I will continue to push it to what few people are willing to pay more than passing lip service to my own social network.