Obviously the goal is too be the next Josh Fruhlinger or Joe Mathlete, but that is just something to shoot for, not something I think will happen. They had original ideas or a new way to implement an idea, the rest of us are just copying. But they say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and I hope they see it that way. Those two luminaries aside, the reason I began this particular blog goes by the name Bryce Baker. He started the Daily Comics Review just over a year ago now and last December he asked for new people to join his cause. Even as I voiced my interest, Bryce wanted a sample of my writing skills. That sample of writing has morphed into this collection of rants, reviews, and medical word information.
I am quite proud of my body of work. I never thought that I would keep it going for 4 weeks, much less 4 months. My relative success (15 readers a day!?) has kept me in the game and I look forward to the 200th post, which projections have at sometime in August/September. Several of my ideas have transferred from this blog to the DCR. Webcomic of the Week is the only one that has a name to it and has been controversal at times and always fun to do. I've made contacts with creator/authors and there is something special I have to share from the one I know the best. Brian Russell of The Underfold has made a special edition of The Underfold which I requested and then unrequested and then said it would be cool if he wanted to do one anyway even though I didn't plan on using anything for the post, but he's a cool guy and made a great comic to mark the occasion. I cannot thank him enough.
A new comic post will be out by the end of the week. And it looks to be a big one.
The Underfold Blog of Comics and Other Stuff 100th Post Special