First, after keeping it closed to outside editing, I’ve finally opened up the Asis Wiki to the public. You can help add information, edit and sort! The password to get in is housed over on the main page here. There is a few rules, but generally just have fun and keep information on topic.
Next, Asis’ birthday is coming up for the site, so I thought I’d queue up three pages instead of just one for the weekend of the 1st of July. Despite being out of town myself, the site will post a new page each day from the 1st until the 3rd in my absence.
If you follow my non webcomic based story work, you know this is something long overdue. END/CITY book two is finally in production after a bit of an early spring delay.
Book two is 48 pages in full color, and you can see a six page teaser here. Orders will ship towards the end of June and early buyers get to vote on a bonus vinyl sticker design, and have the option of adding a sketch to their books. You can grab an early order here.
Thanks to it being brought to my attention, commenting has returned to all pages that it was disabled on, and will continue to work properly with new pages.
Sorry about that little issue, and if you find any future issues with site functionality in the future, don’t hesitate to drop me an email at Skulldog@gmail.com and let me know what’s wrong.
- I fixed an issue with the Twitter feed, pages should now be posting each time a page goes live.
- A new side comic is now up for sale, titled ‘My Place’. A young Skai takes her first trip to the god’s rest. The new short that’s posting to Patron has been shifted to ‘Haven’, focusing on Thornhide and Illusion’s friendship and first meeting.
Now the huge update, other than that stylish new banner I just added to reflect this update. Asis is going to be shifting to weekly Friday page updates starting April 1st*.
Why do this? Well originally I was running two webcomics side by side, and having Asis post at the start of the month gave me more time to get weekly pages done on BRINK. Now that BRINK has run it’s story, and I’m getting the time and funds to create more, it’s time to shift Asis to a more consistent updating system.
Why this is awesome? First it equals out to more page posted faster over the course of a year. I’m not restricted by how well a 6-7 block of pages feels each month, pacing can play out a bit more natural and allow for more updates down the line.
I’ve updated the comic’s Patreon to reflect this change, plus goals for adding extra pages over the first weekend of each month as well.
Patreon backers will still get access two early pages from the upcoming month’s update.
*This is not a joke either, the timing for the 1st falling on a Friday just worked out well for shifting this month.
Wishing everyone a peaceful, and unlike my mine so far snow filled Holiday season.