Need some input here. I’m thinking about getting some t-shirts made for Necronomicon (and which I can maybe sell via this site later) but I’m not sure what to put on them. I personally don’t like pictures on shirts, but I don’t like asparagus either, so I’m not the be all and end all of opinion. My thought is to simply put the logo, red Lovecraft, white is Missing, on a black shirt. I can center it, or I can make it small and put it in the pocket area. Is that too simple? Should I add Necronomicon 2013 to the mix? Any other ideas?
There’s another new screensaver by Natasha Alterici up this week, free for voting for Lovecraft is Missing at Top Web Comics. Remember, you can vote once a day.
I keep slugging along, but I’m getting closer and closer to running out of material. I have the next two pages up and ready to go, and I’m working on the next several, but as I’ve said, there will come a time when I am going to have to break. I think that’s better than putting up pages sporadically. And I’ve already felt that I’ve rushed certain pages, so I don’t want that pressure forcing me to rush even more. I’ll give you plenty of notice, and I’ll set a return date before I stop, as always. Dang life! Always getting in the way of the really important stuff.
I’m currently hung up on the final Boss fight in Dead Space 2. Overall, it’s not as good a game as the first one, and it’s likely I can’t finish it anyway. From the cheats I’ve read (after trying to win it on my own for a couple of hours) you have to have specific weapons, which I don’t have and which I can’t go back and get. And I don’t like the game well enough to go back to an earlier save and work my way forward again. Had the same problem with the final battle in Gears of War. Shame to enjoy a game right up to the last minute and then get stumped, but life is too damn short to keep repeating the same scene over and over again.