Comic 765 - True Blue Filler- Thank You

3rd Jul 2018, 11:00 PM in True Blue Filler
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Adam C. 3rd Jul 2018, 12:00 AM edit delete
Adam C.
Tired. Will comment tomorrow before or after work.
Martin F. 4th Jul 2018, 12:39 AM edit delete
Martin F.
Well, ruining the joke a bit I was busy and was like an hour late actually fixing the background. Eh, it'll work for later viewers I guess. Of course on DA this has all likely been very confusing anyway.

In either case, yeah, next time around we've got more Rick! That was always planned to come in the middle of the cycle this time around. Might end up doing a second later on, not sure yet, but either way been looking forward to this one.
Adam C. 4th Jul 2018, 2:37 AM edit delete
Adam C.
God, work was rough tonight... but yeah, wasn't sure if we'd fix the wallpaper and banner so went halfway with it. ^^ I've got a point I want the banner to come down, don't worry.

This was really what sold me on having Marvelous Man leave, getting some fun stuff in with Rick; a character we really haven't seen much of yet but we've been eager to show off. Originally he and Fontainebleu were going to be in that last panel but this filler was taking up too much time. In general this filler seuqence has been too heavy, which sucks because the point is to be light and easy to kick out.

We're doing another Blueblog next time, then not quite sure. The idea of this sequence of filler is that since the next chapter is going to be a major one, we wanted to do something weird and different with the filler leading into it. With Marvelous Man not hosting, not sure where to go next along those lines. Blueblog should be a good chance to think it over.


karmachameleon 4th Jul 2018, 5:21 AM edit delete reply
Glad things are getting back to (mostly) normal. I’m sure someone’s happy at MM being 86’ed for the time being.
Wolfintina 4th Jul 2018, 2:43 PM edit delete reply
Student Spotlight please, and Rick just auction the coins on eBay there are lots of collectors for that kind of stuff.
Adam C. 5th Jul 2018, 8:59 PM edit delete reply
Adam C.
HA! True, the local pawn shop might not have it but coins from pre-revolutionary France would go on eBay.

For a Student Spotlight, not sure since I'm trying to do something different. Wondering on it. ^^