I got this disturbing bit of news from Mr. Wes Molebash. Apparently after being in webcomics all this time the drama inherent in the system has been repressing him, but no more. You should enjoy this little press release:
If any of you guys follow webcomics and webcomic-related news, you’ll notice that there’s a lot of drama in webcomics. There’s name-calling, whining, complaining, and playa-hating. It’s like high school, really. But I’ve noticed that a lot of the webcomics that are involved in a lot of drama are actually some of the more popular strips on the internet. So, I’ve decided to start a little drama of my own in hopes of getting a little more publicity. Here goes:
I’m quitting YHT. There. I said it. I’m done. I’m burnt out by all the naysaying and frustrations of making a living at drawing webcartoons. It’s near impossible and I have better things to do with my life. Like play videogames and eat fattening food.
So this is it, people. Today – Friday, March 24th, 2006 – is the last You’ll Have That comic strip you’ll ever see . . . until Monday, March 27th, 2006. That’s when I’m estimating that I’ll be out of this funk and I’ll be ready to update my comic again. And then I’ll probably quit again, and then return again, and on and on and on . . . I’ll literally be the Michael Jordan/Ross Perot of webcomics. (Yes, that was a Ross Perot joke fourteen years after his run for presidency.)
Before I go, I just want to apologize for letting you guys down. You’ve been great fans. I’m sorry you won’t get to see any new content between now and Monday, but I’ve never updated on the weekend, anyway.
Now let the drama commence!