Hey, Mr. Godfrey. You're the one who told me on MSN that you went to his house. You're the one wjho said to me that he called the cops when you got there. You told me he has cancer. That's why you said he doesn't post.
In other words, Ransom, if that's not true, why don't you post?
I'm intrested to see how this goes, direction-wise. I mean, you'll be doing a serious comic, based on things that happened in random humor, so the whole thing will still be inheritly funny, no matter what. How will you work Godfrey in, though? His main character trait is randomness and the generation of slightly relevent objects. You're having a serious comic take place in one of the rooms on a dinghy made in a few minutes on a hot stove, so PCD, while seeming serious, is just funny no matter what.
That's fine. But I'll point out that if the direction hadn't changed, the comic would simply have ended. I'm just not interested in making a mundane, random humour comic any more. I got that out of my system with the first 200 comics.
...Also, I'm aware of how slow-paced the story's been up to this point. It won't be like that for much longer.
I love the seriousness of it but the randomness is also good in short I like a lot of things but I am glad you are taking this break because if you don't it will get to you and effect the comic I should know it happened to a friend of mine once she is ok now but it effected her a lot
P.S. sorry to anyone who had trouble reading this grammar makes no sense to me so I don't know how to use it