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  1. While I'm way too tired to read his posts in detail right now, this one was pretty annoying: Just... Really? Tenko's been trying to keep the goalposts around the original point this whole time, while Ken's been the one constantly rerouting the topic in other directions to try and win the argument. And then he complains about goalposts being moved? It's like seeing someone picking up a sign and moving it around, and then yelling at you when you try to put it back where it's supposed to be. I mean, I guess I shouldn't be surprised at Ken accusing others of doing exactly what he's doing himself, because it wouldn't be the first time, but that doesn't make it any less frustrating.
  2. In case there was still any doubt: The one time he actually clarifies himself on something, and it's to make it more clear that he really was saying something ridiculously stupid. It's almost as if he was worried people might think he had meant something reasonable there.
  3. I what Is he really saying there that the only reason someone should ever introduce new characters for the series is if they can claim ownership over them? That's the only thing I can take from "if the creators contractually have a stake to do so". If that's actually what he meant, it's possibly one of the most utterly ridiculous things he's ever said. ...Also, Ken, didn't you originally introduce all of your characters from the Archie run while under the impression that Sega would have ownership over them, and only discovered otherwise later?
  4. Oh, I see now. By saying that Antoine and Bunnie's wedding was a huge deal and that it should have been the focus of #200 instead of a "regular issue", what Ken really meant to say was that he considers their wedding a mere subplot that should have served as one of many pieces of window dressing. ...Wait, what?
  5. Ugh, I remember that stupid glitch; Stadium always had this weird habit of cutting off the tail end of links to topics on Ken's forum. Like Horridus said, copy and paste the full link text into your address bar instead of clicking it and it should work.
  6. Yep, you're correct. My guess is he planned to have the wedding interrupted by the universe getting rebooted, and just neglected to ever mention that little tidbit until now. If anyone wants to see his full list of scrapped plans for the book from his old forum, they're still up on the Wayback Machine: http://web.archive.org/web/20160324034614/http://kenpenders.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=122 EDIT: The link gets cut off if you try clicking it because of how Stadium handles redirects. Copy and paste into your address bar instead and it should work fine. EDIT 2: Actually, let's make things easier; Here's the full text from that post, dated 23 June 2010:
  7. Ken revealed that if he hadn't quit after #159, he planned to reboot the comic in #200. There are so, so many things that can be said about this, but I think I'll let Ken's words just speak for themselves this time.
  8. Whether that's true or not, it would probably be a better idea for him to just do it without grandstanding about it. Then it might feel a bit more genuine and not quite as attention-seeking.
  9. Wait. Hold on. This story was supposed to be released years ago...and you're only just now designing some of the characters? Characters whom, from how you've mentioned that Taelor's going to be around at the start of the story, should be appearing really early on? I know writing takes a while, but this is a part of the process which should have been done long ago, Ken, especially for a visual medium.
  10. And if anyone needs more proof of that, just look at his recent tweets about the Zelda comic, where he actively complained about having to do the truly unreasonable task of submitting better work to keep up with quality standards, because the editor actually gave a shit.
  11. Archie Sonic Main Discussion

    There's been an actual update in the case between Archie and Scott Fulop's company, Narrative Ark Entertainment: http://theamazingsallyhogan.tumblr.com/post/165257977326/archie-comic-publications-of-pelham-wins-a-round
  12. Archie Comic Subscriptions please read.

    You might've misread the email. There was an option for a refund in actual money. It was just less than the amount they offered in store credit.
  13. Archie Comic Subscriptions please read.

    Yeah. A lot of companies in the US prefer to give larger payouts in store credit than real money. That way, if the customer goes for the store credit instead, the company technically keeps more of a profit.
  14. Archie Comic Subscriptions please read.

    Oh hey, I finally got a reply. After four weeks. In the form of a mostly canned response. For context, between the main Sonic book and Universe, I had 21 issues remaining, So, for anyone else anticipating refunds, that comes out to about $2.47 (USD) per issue in store credit, or $2.00 per issue in actual money. And a bit of a warning for anyone subscribed to the now-cancelled Jughead book as well: I also asked for a refund to that one, but instead of including it in this response, they've instead transferred the rest of that subscription to My Pal Archie. I'm going to try asking again about it, but I don't have much hope there.
  15. Archie Sonic Main Discussion

    Probably. It seems to be generally accepted as one of the weakest parts of the post-reboot, and you really don't miss much by skipping it anyway, apart from the final panel of Universe #75 getting resolved. (It ties up more on the Mega Man side of things than the Sonic side of things.) If you want to read it anyway, go right ahead, but skipping it won't really hurt the plot much.