I created a profile on ComicSpace, which is like MySpace for comic fans and creators. I don’t have a MySpace page, basically thinking that this site is my space. However, in much the same way I’ve spurned LiveJournal and various other community/social sites similar to it, I’ve come to a realization that tools like these can help you with networking or promoting your work since they have a built-in community.
Plus, since ComicSpace was built by the same people as OnlineComics.net, I thought I should give it a chance.
I still don’t get it, per se. The whole “friends” thing is weird. I have actually met two of my listed friends, I’ve heard of one of them, and the rest I’ve never heard of nor met. So, to summarize, it feels like my yearbook just got passed around on the last day of my senior year; two of my buddies signed it, a bunch of people I don’t know did also, and the rest of my friends are too drunk or stoned to even know to show up to school the last day, so they don’t sign it at all.
Anyway, you can find my profile here.
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