DreamCatcher Readership Survey!

Hey guys! I created a little survey to see what kinds of folks I have reading this comic, and I'd really appreciate it if you could take a couple minutes to fill it out! You can find it here!


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Would you still read DC if it moved away from a traditional comic format? (There would still be art.)
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Chapter 33: Page 6

January 24th, 2019, 11:00 am

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

Not gonna lie, I've copy-pasted that castle from the first page like 3 times now.

Also, you may or may not have noticed that the poll in the sidebar has changed! Please vote in the new one, I would appreciate the feedback. Again, it is completely anonymous and only requires a button click.

Like 99% of the votes on that last one said that the story and characters are more important to you guys than the art, by the way, which was kind of what I was hoping would be the case. I'm toying with an idea that may help me move this thing along faster while hopefully not having to cut as much story and character content because it takes too long to draw...but it would mean it being less of comic, in the traditional sense. More details pending the poll results.

And You Say...

devildog10 says,

wow shuch a good comic so keep up the good work becuase i Love your comic

SoulRaider116 says,

You don't have a maybe option on your poll.

I can't really answer yes or would ultimately depend on the format...

Casanova (Guest) says,

Looks like Arashi has a big choice to make: either spill the beans or lose some of the trust he has with the protagonists.

@Hazumirein There were 4 webcomics I once read that made the switch from the traditional webcomic format to a more novel-ish format (walls of text with an image or two)... 3 of them died within a year and the 4th barely lasted longer. People simply don't like that much change in a format that's already worked for years.

Hazumirein says,

@SoulRaider116: I intentionally didn't put a maybe option because I was concerned that everyone would just mark that and I wouldn't have an actual answer to the question haha. That's what this comments section is for, but I'm doing simple polls because I realize that a lot of people don't like to comment.

@Casanova: I've personally never actually seen someone make a format switch like that; any chance you can link me to any of those? I'd like to see exactly what they did. And when you say they died, do you mean the creator stopped making them or the fanbase just didn't take to it? (Or the creator stopped making them BECAUSE the fanbase didn't like it?)

Comments, anyone?