Hello! This is me, talking to you.
I wanted to tell you that it is time for yours truly to stretch his legs a little bit, so the next few weeks will see some changes in Reptilis Rex. Firstly, the schedule will be changing from “Monday – Thursday” to “Sporadic!” I added the exclamation point in there to soften the blow. Did it work? Hooray!!!! Part of the reason for this is because my family is going to be growing by one in the next few months, and I know that, for a while at least, time will be a commodity I simply don’t have enough of. Like money, or self esteem! Secondly, (and this is the stretching legs part), I wanted to try out a larger format, and that means more work, which means not-so-daily updates. But it is my hope that the expanded format will allow me to tell bigger, better stories. My goal is to update at least twice a week with double-sized strips, but we will see how that goes. Make sure to subscribe to the RSS feed and the official Twitter for updates whenever a new strip becomes available for looking at with your face holes. Quality not quantity, right? Ha ha! Exclamation points!!!!
Thank you for your patience and your continued readership. I have lots of ideas and stories for Reptilis Rex still to come, and I hope you’ll stick around through the growing pains.
Reader and fellow cartoonist Clayton Chowaniec has done some cute-as-a-button fan art of George and his reptoid friend, Spoor. Say, whatever happened to her, anyway? If only there were some way we could find out. Oh well!
Anyway, follow Clayton on Twitter here and visit his website here! If you have any fan art to submit, send it over to email@example.com or tweet it to @ReptilisRex and we’ll put it up on the site.
As you probably know, the site was down for most of last week, so I’m re-running the strips that would have run the week of January 28th. Some of you may have seen these already if you follow me on Twitter, but I wanted to run them on the site proper. Thanks to the disaster response team at Blind Ferret for ironing out the website issues!
I guess you could say Dave Kellett is pretty busy this week taking care of his brand new baby boy, so I filled in for him today over at his comic “Sheldon,” with which I sincerely hope you are all intimately familiar. Congratulations, Dave and Gloria! Arthur is the funnest duck I ever drew.