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MoeAlmighty
12th Mar 2020, 5:38 PM

I should add something else to the first question. If I do have to resort to KS or IGG, I'm going to wait until I finished redrawing the comic before starting a campaign. That way, folks are just pledging to get it print and into their hands quickly. I've seen too many campaigns end with nothing but empty promises... I really don't want to do that.

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Otaku
13th Mar 2020, 9:27 AM

As a bum who couldn't afford a copy of the comic anyway, I still understand your plan of action for a physical release and will at least offer verbal support...

...though be careful with Kickstarter. The company itself seems like it can turn on you pretty quickly if they deem you the "wrong" kind of creator.

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MoeAlmighty
13th Mar 2020, 9:44 AM

Believe me, when it comes to the physical copy, it's going to be a pocket manga and I'm hoping it'll cost 10 to 15 bucks. Mostly for affordability and personal tastes (I really like pocket mangas, they're easy to carry around.)

And I'm well aware of KS's whiplash tactics to creators. However I do take things with a gain of salt; and something tells me there's a lot more going on then just "they have different views and I don't like that."

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Mrremoraman
15th Mar 2020, 2:54 AM

I understand the need to redraw: I've been doing some touching up on earlier pages of my own work in preparation for a "one day down the road" physical copy release. I actually enjoy doing redraws (I"m pedantic about things) and spreads REALLY add a sense of professionalism to things. Kickstarter is...well, you've probably been warned. Proceed with caution.

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RozMatozz
4th Mar 2021, 9:36 PM

I hope you do release these as a physical seiries , i would buy it

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