|The Third One||Sunday, July 6, 2008|
About the meet up!
Posted by Mr. Pulsar on July 7, 2008, 19:49 EST
Oh uh, also, the meet up place.... er.... >_>
I guess right outside the front of it. The restaurant entrance one.
I really don't expect more than a couple people to show up, but hey. Why not?
- Mr. Pulsar
TGSA Fan Meet In Seattle!
Posted by Mr. Pulsar on July 6, 2008, 05:55 EST
The comic is still small, I'm still a weird guy you've never heard of all up in your internet tubes, but hey, I've talked to 5-6 people and they seemed interested in doing it.
So........ this Wednesday, July 9th, we'll have a TGSA fan meet. It'll start at 5-6PM at Gameworks in Seattle. The address for that place is:
1511 7th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
But I have one request, if you're going to show up, email me and tell me so I can know how many people are going. My email is in the info section, so yeah, there you go.
Also, since I'm still new to all this and really don't know much about this sort of thing, I'd like to play it somewhat safe. Being respectful, I ask that no one tries to give me ideas for TGSA, or squeeze ideas we're saving out of me. Basically the whole idea is to have a bit of fun. I'm new to Seattle, and want to meet people.
Wednesday is a weird day to do a fan meet, so if I get enough emails from people demanding a Friday or Saturday night, I'm all for it. Let's just see what happens.
Oh also, if anyone that goes liked me album, I'll have my iPod with me, and some demos of songs I'm working on, and another song I've finished. So if you want, you can hear it.
On the subject of today's comic:
I remember a certain conversation Morr and I had, this is only a paraphrase, but...
Mr. Pulsar: "So, no gaming comics, right?"
Morr: "Oh, of course not."
Mr. Pulsar: "Alright, cool. Because its been done so much in the past."
I'd like to say... shit.
Of course, we're big gamers, so I think it's kind of hard for us to do a comic without including a bit of ourselves in it. So it was probably only a matter of time before we dropped a video game reference. But when I write it, I'm trying to keep it pretty general, and not necessarily hardcore. TGSA is the foundation for our random ideas.
- Mr. Pulsar
Posted by Morr on July 6, 2008, 00:58 EST
Zero Punctuation on Webcomics. I feel like I have to warn you about harsh language.
I'd like to think this isn't a gaming comic, but it is, isn't it?
I asked a friend to draw a girl character for us. This is what she came up with:
Also, I obviously wont be at anykind of a fan meet. It would cost a bit too much.