I didn't go crazy with this week's Top Web Comics incentive sketch. Just a simple profile shot of Charlie, since she seems to be on Jimmy's mind. If you vote for Theater Hopper at Top Web Comics, you'll get to see the whole thing! Check it out!
My apologies for the lateness of this week's comic. I knew when I was putting it together that I wanted it to be double-sized to take advantage of the pacing. I just didn't estimate how long that would actually take.
For your reference, I've included a couple of links to some of the issues this comic brought up. Yes, Jimmy was a former womanizer. He also once had a relationship with Charlie and they almost got married! It might be easier if you check out that story line from the beginning if you haven't read it before. It's one of the arcs that I'm probably most proud of. Kind of funny that it's pretty much the 3 year anniversary of that story and how it's finally coming full-circle.
I mentioned last week that since this is the last hurrah, it was my ambition to tie up some of the loose ends with several of the characters. Jimmy - witnessing Tom's potential evolution into a family man - is deciding maybe it's time to stop torturing himself and pick up with Charlie where they left off. We'll get to see that play out before it's all over.
That's all I've got for right now. I just want to remind everyone to check out the Theater Hopper store and help me unload some of my inventory. I've got a pretty aggressive sale going on right now. Buy any two books, get the third one free. Buy any two shirts, you'll also get the third one free.
There have been several people to take me up on the offer so far - including people who have ordered the Artist Edition's of the books. If you'd like me to personalize your book with a sketch, it's a great opportunity to get something unique. By the time August rolls around, I don't know if I'll be doing sketches in books anymore. Get yours now!
Thanks again for your support and your patience. I'll see you soon!
You and Cami were high school sweethearts. You've been together for twelve years - married for seven.
Most people our age are either divorced or on their second marriage by now.
Take it from a former womanizer - you guys are on solid footing.
I never really thought about it that way before.
I guess when you love someone as long as I've loved Cami, there's no reason to avoid moving forward with our lives!
How have you been?