Okay, guys.

I’ve been deep in thought about this, and I’ve realized that between all of my volunteering, composition work, arranging, and school, something had to give.

I’ve been asking myself: Is this something I can see myself doing, updating week after week for however long this would go on? And honestly, I said “No.” Don’t get me wrong; I’ve always enjoyed creating the comic. The writing process was a blast, and it’s always satisfying to see a new page up on the website. However, I’m finding it hard to keep up the pace, especially with school and other responsibilities.

Finally, the comic never really got the reaction I was hoping it would. That, dear reader, is certainly no fault of yours: Pokemon comics are EVERYWHERE, and there are a great deal that attract more views than mine. My comic, while entertaining, is full of author avatars, and has little Pokemon to speak of. I understand it takes time to build a webcomic following, but the fact that this has been up for over a year and its views have already been surpassed by my Nuzlocke (which is barely two months old) shows that this might not be what people are looking for.

BUT DAVID! I ENJOY YOUR COMIC-MAKING!

YOU SHOULD TOTALLY KEEP DRAWING AND STUFF!

Never fear! While the Revolution is no more, I plan to continue my Nuzlocke comic adventure. This will likely be its new homepage. The Nuzlocke is a comic that I update in sections, giving me all the time I want to get ’em out and not feel pressured with “GOTTA GET THE NEXT SMALL BIT OUT THERE.” Until I have the site updated with the new comic info, you can check out “Time On My Side” at Smackjeeves!

Smell ya later.