A Message from Team Diva Comic. Friday, October 4, 2013.
JOE C: Hello Evil Diva Fans. It’s been two months since my last confession, and these are my sins…
I’ve been in Korea on a job since May of this year. I had every intention of keeping ‘The Diary’ going from a distance, however things got busy, then really busy, then I found myself working 16 hours a day for weeks on end. ‘Evil Diva’ fell by the wayside for me because of this and for that you have my deepest apology.
PETE: Meanwhile I was supervising the production of Comic Issue 12. I’d been working with Jason at Angry Viking Comics and, thanks to his artists, the issue is nearly done. But I started having health problems, which started causing ‘life’ problems, so then I couldn’t pay any attention to ‘Evil Diva’ either. Despite Jason’s support through the summer, there was nothing he could do to move forward without direction from us.
JOE C: I’m back from Korea and Pete’s got his health as well as his life back together again. We met yesterday to discuss ‘Evil Diva’s’ fate and after much debate we decided that, somehow, we want her to live. We’ll be redlining Issue 12 over the weekend and, when we have a schedule for online publication, we’ll share it with you. In the meantime we plan to put some diary entries up next week.
Thanks for all your comments and concerns. Thanks even to those of you whose comments have been, well, direct. Even anger is a form of caring. Again you have our most heartfelt apologies. Evil Diva has been a labor of love for five years now and it’s always been our intention to keep her moving forward but, in the words of the immortal Sam Flynn, “Sometimes life has a way of moving you past things like wants and hopes.”
Thanks again and to be continued, Team Diva.
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