Of course, the only really pertinent thing i have to say is that the ads are up, but you can already see that. Of course, along with it the donation section has gone up, in case some one wants to donate and have me turn off the ads.
If you're an old timey reader and remember This is: there's actually more stuff relating to that than HtDD in the contributor's area right now (of course, there won't be in about a week once i finish these other wallpapers and stuff - having 100 laying around makes it easier to find stuff). Spurred on by some articles written by Mr. Fagin, in the contributor's area there is a downloadable version of This is:. Apparently people are willing to pay for that sort of thing.
Of course, when i started all this advertising business, i wasn't really thinking about new readers. To most of them, it must seem sort of odd - a comic that's only numbered into the twenties having ads and donations and stuff. I'm genuinely curious as to how many readers started when i was doing the old comic, This is:, and how many of you are only familiar with How the Dinosaurs Died.
Let's do this - can everyone post on the tag board if you're an old time reader, or a new one? That's be cool.
How the Dinosaurs Died.