Set in a modern fantasy world, several young adults pretending they aren't to old to dress up for Halloween, and possibly get some candy run into trouble when hordes of children show up possessed and interested in an organ collecting hobby.
Things don't get scary until our heroes find themselves in a good old, holiday appropriate haunted house.
HEY GUYS: This comic has ended/is on permanent forever hiatus. Thank you to anyone and everyone whose ever taken the time to read it (especially with the typos and other failings!).
The most recent page has an explanation, and a link to my senior year project, a video game based on the same story line.
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I've mentioned it here and there, but this place has been due for a proper update for a whiiiile.
So let me tell you exactly whats going on. As some may know, I'm in the middle of my capstone in collage- that is, a final project that spans my entire senior year. My group and I are building a video game based off of the story being used for this comic.
Bad news: I am far to busy working on capstone to do much of anything artistic, besides the occasional doodle. It is impossible for me to make new comic pages until after May (when I graduate).
Good News: At the end of this project the game will be free for download, and possibly online streaming. Its content is not identical as whats in the comic, but its the same source material.
Dilema: No matter what, you will have access to the free video game at the end of this all. However, I've been turning over the idea of whether or not I want to continue the comic once I have graduated collage. I have always been very committed to this comic, and I love working on it, but keep in mind, only a small portion of the writing of it can really be attributed to me. My thoughts, essentially, are that I really want to spend my time after collage and before I hit full blown career, working on more personal projects. If I created a new web comic, for example, I want to write my own story, in which I have 100% control.
But at the same time, I don't want to give up on /this/ comic. I said when I started it that I wanted to finish, and I have a full story, from beginning to end, ready to be converted. And of course, you lovely dedicated people that have hopefully been reading. Until recently I fully intended to continue the comic once I graduated, but just recently I've been having this thought that that may not be what is best for me as an artist.
So tell me your thoughts. Are you excited to see the video game? Are you disappointed I might stop updating? Are you interested in what future project I might take on instead?
And of course, you can check back here for a link to the video game late into May, or follow my deviant art, niranaroon.deviantart.com.
@The_Master_Dances: Didn't think I'd comment, but I suppose I should. I would be disappointed to see the end of this comic, but I'd still be interested to see what your personal project would be. I'd be interested in the game also, but I doubt that will appear, as your last post here was long ago, and I have been following on DA. All in all, make the decision you want.