Tags: DC Comics, Josh, Marvel This entry was posted on Sunday, June 23rd, 2013 at 11:50 pm by Brandon Hanvey and is filed under Comic.
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For a brief moment I was a little scared that this was an announcement that the comic would go on hiatus.
I’m still worried about it.
And good job on this comic, guys. It’s pretty much exactly why I don’t consider myself a comic fan anymore. I still love the comic characters, I just can’t emotionally invest.
Thanks for the shoutout, guys!
Yeah, I wish this had included a blog post that said one way or the other if the comic was going on hiatus. As it stands it’s just unclear.
I wholly concur with Alex on both points.
Sean should be posting about that soon.
Well, at least it’s the only the end of the beginning?
Well, at least it’s only the end of the beginning?
You guys hit this spot on. Hope this does not mean the comic is going on hiatus but if you do, enjoy your time off.
[…] wondered, when I saw today’s Comic Critics strip, if it was intended as a meta-announcement. In it, Josh talks about how bored he’s become […]
Thanks for the stories. Hope to see you guys in a year.
And I really hope that some multi-universe genre-redefining terrible-story “event” doesn’t take place in either Marvel or DC that forces Josh to break his year hiatus just to post a video of him whacking his head against a wall…
I hope the fire gets relit soon, guys. I’ve appreciated your cautiously-optimistic-but-really-ultimately-defeated voice in the realm of superheroes for the last several years.
It’s been a year; any news?
Sean and I have talked about maybe doing some CC! stuff again. But there is no real schedule or set plans.
Great to hear. Been missing the snark.
With all the shit this year in both comics and film adaptations, we could’ve used Josh and Marissa…
Man, you were NOT kidding with the “Infinite hiatus” title.
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