After almost exactly a year (it’ll be a year on Sunday the 17th, actually), the first episode of “Ross Boston” comes to a close! (And yes, Nicki will be keeping her hair tied back from now on.)
This is actually a very proud moment for me, if I’m being totally honest. When I started the comic, I wasn’t sure where it would be in a year, if I would lose interest, if it would fail to catch the attention of anyone at all. But generally speaking, the year has been pretty kind to the comic. Admittedly, I had hoped to have Episode 1 finished long before now, but…what’ll ya do.
Ross Boston is a story-based comic and I realize it can be tough to want to come back to read it every week. This is one of the benefits of my Indiegogo campaign, of course (read below). I have every intention of upping the amount of updates a couple weeks after Episode 2 begins. In any case, what I’m trying to say is, the comic actually reads much better if you read it all at once, which is why I implore you to do so if you haven’t already! You can start at page one right here if you like!
I announced this week that the name of the comic is being shortened simply to “Ross Boston.” You can read more about that decision by clicking the image below. What’s important to note is that the URL will also be changing from “supergayadventures.com” to “rossbostoncomic.com,” though the former will redirect to the latter.
If you haven’t already checked out the campaign for the second episode of Ross Boston, you really should head on over and take a look. There are only 35 hours left to donate as of posting this (meaning it ends tomorrow!), so PLEASE consider donating, or at least share the link with your friends and followers in any way possible! There’s still a lot of ground to cover and all help is immensely appreciated! Click here or on the image below to view the campaign.
Finally, I am happy to announce that Ross Boston: Episode 2 will begin on Friday, June 29th. I’m taking next week off from posting to get things ready and tie up some loose ends on the commissions front. I appreciate your patience!
Thank you for reading throughout this entire year and I hope that you’ll continue to do so as the story unfolds! Your readership means the world to me!
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