The Matchu website has finally made it to 100 comics!
In addition, today is the LAST DAY TO SUBMIT GUEST COMICS! Send them to my email at limeth(at)comcast.net by the end of the day!
Send any comics to my email at limeth(at)comcast.net by November 5th.
In other news, the deadline for guest comics has been extended to the 5th of November. Now anyone who was afraid they didn't have enough time have an extra week to work on guest comics.
Send any comics to my email at limeth(at)comcast.net
Guest comics should be finished before October 29th.
Once the 100th comic has been posted on the website, the following weeks will be devoted to posting the best guest comics, or just guest comics in general depending on how many I get. The guest comics must feature the characters from Matchu, which is the only real rule I’m setting here.
Send them to my email at limeth(at)comcast.net.
Thanks, and looking forward to anything you guys come up with.
Wanted to give a short update.
I haven't submitted anything in a long time due to a combination of not really drawing anything worth submitting, and because I've lately been developing a case of Carpal Tunnel, which makes it harder to work on digital stuff. Thankfully, my efforts to rid it have been slowly working.
As for Matchu, the comic's reruns are still going on matchucomic.com/
However, my carpal tunnel has put a hamper on the production of new comics, which wasn't going very far to begin with.
But as to not leave this on a bad note, I HAVE been drawing, including some new concepts I've been brewing up for fun which I may share in the future.
The Matchu website just finished it’s second re-run storyline yesterday.
We’re now at 65 comics with 36 to go until the site is caught up with the archive on DeviantArt.
Remember! When the re-runs stop, new comics will be posted exclusively on the website!
Alan Solivan, who you may remember as Mr. OMA from Fireball20Xl, the man behind "The Rogues Gallery", "Author Space", and "The Fallout Shelter", former artist of "Fetch Quest" and "Samurai Pizza Cats: COLD", and a very good friend of mine, has fallen upon some hard financial times.
Since he's nose deep in commission orders, so many that he can't do an art drive, he's instead decided to put his recently resurrected Lets Play channel "Lameplay Theater" to good use, and started up a Patreon for it.
Lameplay Theater has no shortage of episodes and games to watch, with games new and old, from "Ducktales" to the "Batman Arkham" series, and he's been kicking the Lets Play ball around long before Arin and Jon/Dan ever did.
Whether he's fumbling with the jumps in "Ice Climber", or doing a improv-heavy pro-wrestling commentator act with a buddy of his in his "One Piece: Pirate Warriors" playthroughs, I can guarantee that this guy will provide hours of entertainment, high quality gameplay footage, and will actually read the fucking hint boxes.
So please, help the guy out. If you have five dollars to spare, he'll personally thank you in a monthly video.
15 bucks and he'll give you a playlist of upcoming episodes
25 bucks and you can pick out what game he'll play next.
30 bucks? Commentate with him on a Lameplay
50 bucks and you can be co-commentator for an entire playthrough!
So help this guy out, if you can, HERE
And do enjoy his large stable of playthroughs at his YouTube channel, HERE
Like stated in that announcement comic, old strips will be re-run while new ones are made behind the scenes.
New Matchu comics will no longer be posted on Deviantart, but when new strips start running on the new site, I'll run previews for every new strip here on Deviantart.
Also, to help promote, I have made a Facebook Fanpage for the comic: www.facebook.com/matchucomic&n…;
Check back at the website every Tuesday and Friday for the re-runs, and soon, new comics!
- Listening to: The Big House - Muppets Most Wanted
Thanks again, though, everybody. Means a lot.
School stuff's been eating up a good chunk of my time, though my looser schedule this semester should lead to more time for comic making.
- Listening to: Toy Story 3- So Long
But it's small and doesn't have many examples yet. Plus the description sucks. Can any of you tropers in the house help a guy out?