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Introducing Odd Thoughts

This is new. We're going to start up something different: more free content. Sometimes it'll be thoughts on the state of the industry of comics, video games, art, and literature. Sometimes it'll be poems, short stories, or little bits of design work. The plan is that we're going to put something out there as an outlet for the crazy things that are constantly attempting to crawl their way out of our brains. This is mostly going to be Nathan's soap box, to be fair: but he's the writer, so what did you expect?

Here we go!

Odd Thoughts no. 1: It's not a blog

I personally don't like the term blog, it always makes me think of the digital equivalent of a booger. I'm serious: I can think of no better way to explain my mental image than an amorphous blob of abstract thought oozing at you through a monitor.

This is not one of those, as appealing as that sounds. Rather than dazzling you with a rant on the current economic state of the comic industry (contain your sadness), I'm going to make you some promises right off the bat.

  1. I am not writing content to make you buy things. If you like our stuff, by all means go buy it. But I'm here to share things I either think are interesting, funny, or really really annoying. Hopefully you'll agree.
  2. I will not commit to a schedule I can't keep, so I'm not going to post a schedule. Yet. Once I figured out how many of these we can pull off in a week, we'll go from there.
  3. I will listen to your feedback. If you like it, please let me know. If you don't, please let me know. I may even mention you in a hilarious anecdote here on our massively popular site. Hit us up on faceybooks, twutters or Up On Dem Gewgles to give us your best and worst. We can take it.

That's a lot of information for the first post. Let's just end it here, and my next post will live up to the above 3 criteria. If it does not, you may have all my hot wheels cars.