Tama was right. Security and regulations are a lot more relaxed here than they would be elsewhere in Itsuri. Why, only four stamps? No search of possessions? No interrogation? These pirate rebels.
Zhiro is referring to these events back in chapter three.
I’m experimenting today with uploading the page as the first thing I do in the morning, as opposed to the last thing I do Sunday night. It does mean that content goes up a little later in the day (around noon on the east coast, around 8 am on the west coast, and around 5 pm in London. Let me know how that works for you. I’ve always updated late on Sunday, even way back when I was doing Shades of Grey, so it’s odd for it to be light out while making an update. Certainly more rested and awake though.
I mentioned a month or so ago that I was going to be making some changes to how I do the $5/month level over on Patreon. I’ve wanted to offer an online course for a while, but putting it together always seemed incredibly daunting. So I had the idea of instead of tackling everything at once, I break it up into manageable pieces and post one each month for my Creator Corner patrons! I’m excited to try this new approach, but first, we need to pick a topic! Since I’d like to eventually package each mini-lesson into a larger course, I’m making this poll open to everyone, so I can pick the topic that has the most appeal to the most people. If you have a moment to vote, please do!
And finally, the SpiderForest Celebration Extravaganza continues with three more comics to discover. Fantasy, action, comedy, adventure, cute, and sometimes just a liiiiiittle creepy.
Monster Lands By J. Nelson- Monster Lands is a fantasy/dramedy story that focuses on the axe-wielding, monster-riding adventurer Othera as she battles against the tyranny of the evil queen Eren Lorry! It’s largely a character-driven story, written as sort of a deconstruction of fantasy tropes while also being a love letter to the genre. It is made of numerous short, standalone chapters which form the base for the longer, plot-intensive chapters.
Evil Witch Allie by Kristin Tipping- A comic about some average kids dealing with normal teen problems like babysitting the world’s worst magical girl, solving yet another murder, and getting that darn ghost cat to stop sleeping on the keyboard.
LittleLight Asylum by Julian Dominguez- In a strange orphanage where the little monsters really are little monsters, three friends are constantly getting themselves into supernatural misadventures.