EnX No. 47 - Aww.

posted February 21st, 2011, 2:30 am

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February 21st, 2011, 2:40 am

Axe of Annihilation

We now return you to Enker and X, already in progress.

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Y'know, I thought I could handle two comics at once. Maybe the updates would be slow, maybe one would rest for a couple of months then get a comic. However, this will not be so.

Some force beyond my control seems to hate my making of these comics. I constantly give it the middle finger, but that does nothing. As such, I must make a choice. Which comic do I sacrifice?

After much thought, I chose to end JLG. Why? The main reason is that people seem to enjoy EnX more than JLG (I'm not proud of the name, either). Another contributor is that I worked too hard on JLG, and I got burnout after ten comics. I no longer enjoy making it. I did like the ideas I took with it, but I can't do it anymore.

So, this means that I'm focusing on EnX. Maybe, one day, I'll return to JLG. Maybe not. But I will remember my effort with it, and enjoy what good I did be proud of the effort I put into it.

As such, enjoy the latest rendition of Enker and X.

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February 21st, 2011, 3:20 pm

Sonow

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this could end badly in a couple moments.

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February 21st, 2011, 9:47 pm

Striffen Cloud

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Yay backness!

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