So I’m dumb and updated ComicPress on the Distillum site and now it’s so unbelievably broken. Working on getting it fixed, but if the site were a car, I’d have just totaled the damn thing. Might take a bit.
Thanks for the heads up about comments on the Distillum site. They are indeed broken. I have to head to work, but I’ll see if I can fix it later tonight.
(hey guys, I haven’t gotten any comments in a while. I usually get at least one or two. Can anyone try to comment and tell me if it’s broken?)
Hey guys, I worked really hard on this page. Trying to make my comic look better than ever. Feedback? :3c
Hey new followers, I have a webcomic. It updates twice a week. I work really hard on it, and it’d be super cool if you could maybe check it out :D
Hey guys, if you like my comics, I have a Patreon campaign going!
Go read Distillum, then!
And since I’m only one chapter in, I’ll let the creator, Sarah Dill, do to summarizing.
Distillum is a long format webcomic about four individuals trying to repair time.
In the haunted town of Savannah, Georgia, Rob and Jamie live a peaceful life. Rob has always been gifted with a kind of clairvoyance, and one day it backfires. He and Jamie rescue a girl named Kavitha from kidnappers, but in doing so, throw the delicate time balance in the city totally out of whack. Aided by Sidney, a girl who spends her free time dabbling in temporal affairs, they seek to undo the damage they’ve done, discovering that their quiet historic city has many more secrets than they originally thought.
The art style is really neat, and it’s very easy to read, so if you like science fiction, webcomics, time-travel, or all of the above, go and check it out, and go check out Sarah’s tumblr as well. I met her at Animazement, she’s a total sweetie. She likes Mass Effect and pickles.
AAHHHH THANK YOU I met so many awesome people at Animazement this year!