This update has just been sitting around for a week because I lamely couldn't write the afterword. I kept not having anything to say. Which is stupid. But, one of the reasons it took me so long to get this up on the site -- I mean, I've had the basic script for probably a year -- was that I couldn't find the right way to draw it. I kept trying various things and none of them worked. Which is how you end up with the drawings being scanned number two pencil on notebook paper. Okay, I'm lying, they're on actual sketch paper. But I considered briefly putting them on notebook paper. That's how this whole thing went.
Anyway, the delay means I have a new update on Friday the thirteenth, so there's that. And Moralicide is also updated, so yay about that! And I'm going to Radcon.
I guess this episode is about that moment where you realize your childhood friends are probably not going to be your friends for life. Which is sad, because when you're a kid you think they are. You can get all the way to your senior year of high school and think the whole lot of you are going to be friends forever.
But you're not. This is almost a guarantee. The unusual thing is that Percival and Terra are still friends ten years later.
Here's the plan (by which I mean I have scripts): Epitaph continues, and is the last story in the High School of the Damned storyline. Then Voodoo Saints, which is the 24 hour comic. Then The Saint Valentine's Day Massacre. And, finally, Rock & Roll Suicide.