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Cut's Corner!: 100 pages of Nonsense!

March 1st, 2016, 3:59 pm

Average Rating: 5.00
Welp, now this thing's finally a commitment!

I kid, I kid.
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Reply MegaBossMan, March 1st, 2016, 2:45 pm

Wow, we've finally hit 100 pages!! The big 1-0! I have to say, thanks to all the readers and fans of the comic, it's absolutely astounding seeing how much reception and feedback I've gotten in only a few months. Without you guys reading I don't really think I'd have the motivation to keep going normally and be able to keep a consistent page schedule. So to reiterate yet again, thank you all! And excuse how cheesy I sound!

I do have to ask though, what do you guys think of Cut's Corner overall so far? The good? The bad? The ugly? Is there anything I need to improve or keep the same? Should I try to actually tell jokes? :P
I'd really like to learn and see what the audience thinks of the show, as any piece of reception is worthwhile and always worth my time. If there's anything you don't like or anything that you'd like to compliment, feel free to comment.

Oh, and this post does allude to another part of the 100-page thing, so I might as well mention that part is being released tomorrow, leading to 4 pages being released this week instead of the normal 3.

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User's Comments:

Reply MegaBoyX7, March 1st, 2016, 5:04 pm

Puns @MegaBossMan: I guess you can say you got a "bomb for 101"

Reply ForestFire, March 1st, 2016, 9:24 pm

Wow, 100 pages? It doesn't FEEL like this comic has been around that long! In my opinion, this is a good example of a quality sprite comic. The visuals are simple, but very true to the games they're based on. You even use the same font as the Mega Man games! Adding to the authenticity are the characters themselves. They all feel true to their appearances in the little of the Archie comics that I've seen. And it doesn't even feel generic! It's a talk show starring a minor character who fits the role perfectly. Overall, Cut's Corner is a good comic that needs to continue. I'm excited about Mega Man's first appearance, as well as the eventual introduction of the last of my 3 favorite Robot Masters, Pharaoh Man! (The other two are Fire Man and Quick Man).

Reply MegaBossMan, March 1st, 2016, 10:22 pm

@ForestFire: Oh, how time can fly! I'm not complaining though, 100 pages seem to be the common trademark of most Mega comics out there, so I guess Cut's Corner has officially joined that league now! Granted, I'm contradicting myself because this is less of a Mega Man comic and more of a Cut Man comic. After all, most trademark protagonists don't show up 100 pages in!

I'm glad to see that people are enjoying the authenticity itself. For being a nonsensical story about TV shows, I've been told that something like this could likely easily fall into the canon storyline. Something that you pointed out that I really agree with though is the sheer simplicity of the comic itself; There is plenty of Mega Man fan-material that like to throw a proper amount of complexity into there, and by all means that isn't a bad thing. That's what makes Cut's Corner a bit different though, because the narrative tends to be simple while I would hope still enjoyable, and it feels like an interesting "Plot B" story. At least, those are my intentions, I can't necessarily speak on execution :P

.....Anyway, wow, sorry, went on a huge ramble there stroking my own ego! But in any case, I really have to say "Thank you" not only for the reception, but also because of your continued reading and your posts on the pages. No really, it means a lot more than you'd think!

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