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“Sometimes that connection to a world, to the people that live inside it, will transcend all the issues that arise when creating independent comics. Sales, marketing, schedules. They all play a major part of keeping a series alive. As creators we also deal with real life issues outside the work itself and it affects all of those aspects. So, after taking a lot of time to think about what I want most out of this series and talking with Tyler Jenkins, the tireless illustrator behind the gorgeous art you see in every issue, I came to a conclusion that solidified in my mind why I set out to tell this story to begin with. I will tell this story. Whatever happens, I will see this through to the end. The truth is, our sales are right on the line. At the moment, it’s not costing our publisher money to keep it alive, but at this stage it is very much a project of passion for Tyler and I.”—
Kurtis J. Wiebe
Why aren’t more people reading this comic? I admit, I didn’t start reading it until the trade came out, but I am so glad I bought that trade. Peter Panzerfaust is easily my favorite comic of 2012.
Check out the whole post, by the way. Wiebe mentions the future arcs in broad terms. I am incredibly excited for what is to come.