Why No Comments?

By Peter

Typically webcomics have a comments section, like any other blog. In fact, ComicPress, which is the WordPress variation that we are using, has a comments section built into it. I had to work hard to figure out how to take it out.

Why not let our readers comment? In this new world of content on the Web, isn’t community feedback important? Well, yes, it is, but there’s something even more important. The creative mind is fragile. It doesn’t take much criticism to derail it, and it’s just too easy for some anonymous person to post a criticism, deserved or not. Writers have been writing for centuries without public feedback until they are finished. This is how nearly all of the great works were created.

You can still contact us. You just need to go to the About tab and send us an email. It takes a little more effort, and your comments won’t be public, but we’ll still be happy to hear from you.

By the way, this ends chapter 2! Chapter 3 takes us back to the virtual world, and you’ll meet some of its other inhabitants.