Monday, April 27, 2009

HTML is my Rubik's Cube...and Rubik's Cubes are so hhhhharrrd.

I'd like to promise to all of you...millions of readers...that this blog is going to be fully functioning for webcomic publishing in a matter of months. I'd also like to say that coming soon, you won't have to read my rants and daily quandaries, that you'll actually be able to read something you want to read once in a while. I'd like to, but I can't.

I can promise that I'm working on it, though. It just...might take a while.

See above.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

We're back, and blogging it

After undergoing a few dramatic changes - including the loss of a co-founder, David Missio, - gangLion comics is up and running, preparing for the launch of our new issue: City/Country.

The launch is being planned for the second week of June, but since details are still being confirmed, we'll just say one thing: Wedding Reception. That's all you get! But keep watching the blog for more information as it comes in.

So the deadline approaches for contributors to get their work in, and it seems our list has diminished. If you've been keeping up with our facebook group (here), you'll notice that the current list on this site is much, much smaller - but never fear! We don't believe that size matters, and the second issue of gangLion comics will be just as incredible as the first! In one way at least, it's actually a blessing; the money that we raised in our fundraisers is much better suited to the smaller page count, and we may even have some left over to make some special treats for you. And when we say treats, we don't mean the vegan goodies that we sold for fundraising night number one (BINGO + a BAKE SALE) - we mean we'll be making something extra special to give back to you as a big THANK YOU for all your support.

If you're wondering what happened to Mr.Missio, it was just too much for him to enjoy. He simply decided that he loves making comics, but doesn't love organizing events, people and business. So no hard feelings - when it's not right, it's not right and there isn't anything to be done about it. So for now, I'm forging on.

I won't be by myself, though! For the planning of the launch party, my friend and popular comedian David Dineen-Porter has stepped up to the plate! He's no stranger to comics, music, or running events; I can already tell this is going to be good.

So, for now, keep your hat on. More gangLion fun is coming your way.