I’ve recently began posting older Plan C strips to Tapastic and I’m really excited about it. For those who don’t know, Tapastic is kind of a one stop shop for a large amount of webcomics. Creators upload their work, and readers have the opportunity to subscribe, get notifications when a new comic is posted, etc. On top of getting a the comic in front of a new group of people, I’m excited about how much of a community there is at Tapastic (both for artists or creators).
My plan for right now is to post a bunch of my older content just so I can work up a back log, then I’ll start putting the new comics on Tapastic in addition to here.
So if you’re a fan of webcomics head over to my page and subscribe to Plan C and whatever comics you might like. As always, thanks for reading!
Hey everyone, I just wanted to let people know that I now have a Paypal button on the right side of the website. Plan C will always be free to read but if you enjoy the content on a regular basis, and feel like supporting it, any contribution would go a long way. Any donation would not only help me to continue working on Plan C but allow me to expand on it and add content.
Also, I’ve always wanted to be able to call myself a professional cartoonist and if I get my first dollar then I think I technically qualify as a professions.
Obviously this is not for everyone. It is only there if you really enjoy the strip and feel like helping out (and again, anything would go a long way). If you don’t feel like giving, then sharing on social media would be a great help. And if you don’t feel like doing that, then feel free to just enjoy the comic!
Thanks again for reading.
I wanted to give a big thank you to everyone who liked, shared, or invited people to the Plan C Facebook Page. It’s always encouraging to get so much support from family and friends about the comic.
Also, today’s comic strip deals with a subject that everyone faces at one point or another and few (if anybody) really figure out. Being right out of Grad School and looking for a job definitely makes you think about what you want to, or could do, as a job.
Aside from making comics of course.
Thanks again and check back in on Thursday for a new comic!