When this meatshell starts to decay, i'd like science to put my brain into a giant killer octopus body, with which i'll be very responsible and not even slightly shipwrecky. Pinky swear.
Recently, i culled a lot of activities from my schedule to make room for the stuff i need most. You can read about it in the short comic Lion House, but the tl;dr relevance to this site is that i once again have dedicated comic time every week!
While i did launch this site back in October as planned, like a boss, the significant snag was that i couldn’t get it to display the actual comic pages, like a noob. I fussed with different plugins and themes and finally reminded myself it’s more important to be able to update the comic than it is for the site to look perfect. If you’re going to read a comic written by someone with this many holes in his pants, it stands to reason you probably aren’t going to judge the site being a little rough either.
The story, i hope, more than makes up for the presentation. ❥
The upper echelons of goblin society are as varied as the folk that live under their rule. This page commemorates a few important personages who influence trade & culture in the comic. As with human society, goblins are usually but not always born into wealth; sometimes, with luck and canny business sense, a goblin can amass a fortune with which to buy a title.
[VIPs coming soon]
Currently, the best way to get goodies is to sponsor me (starts at $1) at Patreon.com. Soon i’ll have a couple more options here, including a PayPal subscription and some small but fun merch :3
Because he’s not great at adulting, inkshark lives in his friend’s converted garage with several pets: a white one, a brindle one, a shiny wet one, and a spiny yellow one. He doesn’t have a real job (see: adulting ability) so he buys everyone’s kibble using multiple streams of revenue, including but not limited to writing fiction, freelance editorial and illustrative work, making buttons, and selling art supplies at an indie shop.
His personal site is parked at inkshark.net.
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