Well, we’re finally in the home stretch. Thank goodness. As much as I enjoyed this experiment I like switching between groups a lot more than holding on one for the entire story. I wanted to try it, so now I have. Will I do it again someday? Maybe if I have a story I want to tell all in a go, but it’ll probably be a while. Switching from place to place makes transitioning from thing to thing much easier. Plus, if you get stuck you can just do something else until you figure out how you want to play the next bit. Still, I feel like this went well & makes a nice little stand apart tale. It will be nice to see Ed, Nina, Mike, & Jess again though. Having such a large cast it’s easy for characters to get pushed to the background for long periods. For me it’s not so bad, since they exist in me all the time, but I’m sure it’s irritating for the reader not getting to see their favorite for months at a time. I try to keep it balanced, but it’s not easy sometimes. Especially since I keep creating more and more amazing characters, with complex & compelling backstories that everyone wants to learn about. Knocking it out of the park every singe time puts a lot of pressure on me to keep producing the best webcomic on the net in all of recorded history. Am I up to the task? Obviously. Excellence is what I expel instead of carbon dioxide. I can’t help but serve up gold. I’m just saying that it’s not always as perfect as it could be, just so much better than anything else out there.