The Social Code – Epilogue
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Josh | October 3, 2011
FINALLY THIS DUMB ARC IS OVER…
I’m totally kidding of course, I actually rather enjoyed being the star of our first really big story arc! I hope everyone enjoyed our twisted, strange, and alternative way of showing the powers of “Social Networking”, and our take on Google vs Facebook.
There are a few small things to touch on with the wrapping up of this arc! First off, we will be able to show you some other comics where 1) Jordan is present and accounted for once again and 2) we can touch on some other things that, hopefully, you will all find funny. 🙂
Second, and more importantly, our friends over at Sour Pizza did a second interview of Imagine Industries! We had a chance to answer some questions to compare and contrast how far we have come since our first interview! We really appreciate the opportunity and wanted to share it all with everyone! So if you feel like a little something extra to read, and hopefully a few laughs (as always) click here!
Lastly, we have noticed many returning fans and faces to the comic. Jordan and I would like to give a huge THANK YOU for all the continued support from everyone! We would love to continue to spread the word of Imagine Industries and could always use your help! If you ever feel like posting our comic as your status, tweeting about us, telling your friends and family about us, or directing them to like our nifty Imagine Industries Facebook Fan Page!! where they can “like” us, we always appreciate the help! Because if you tell two friends… and they tell two friends… well you get the picture. Thanks again!
Jordan | September 30, 2011
I caught myself nodding along to what Josh wrote while I was reading it and then it hit me. That’s not right, that’s not right at all! I completely agree… What the hell is going on around here?!
The truth is, as awesome as writing the Social Code has been (and it really has been), I can’t wait to start doing single episodes again…at least for a couple months until…
Well, I can’t tell you THAT yet, can I?
I do want to touch on something that Josh mentioned; the quicker we get more fans, the sooner we can afford doing 3 comics a week. And believe me when I say, we WANT to move up to 3 comics a week!