Here's the original comment posted over at ComicFury.com / MiloComics.com on 5th Oct 2013, 12:00 AM:
Ooooh, still no comments, I see... But page rates stay consistently high. Anyway, drop a line anytime, and remember - you can send fan mail or fan art to: SuperMiloFanArt@Gmail.com
Please e-mail us if you have any feedback on how the comic is and how we're doing. Anything we can improve on? Any complaints?
We'd even start a letters page in the printed version of the comics, if we actually got letters, lol.
In other news, I - and maybe my partner in comic crime Tommy Gray, as always - were supposed to appear at the Winston Salem Comic Convention this year, but that got canceled. Our appearance, not the con. It's complicated and not important why, but the convention kicked off a month earlier than the past several years and went very well. I attended as a regular con-goer and chatted it up with other writers and artists, bought some comics, and had a good time.
However, I did send the files for A NEW PRINTED ISSUE of SuperMilo to the Ka-Blam printing company. Although not out in time for the convention above, it should be for sale online at IndyPlanet.com and appear at future conventions as well as hopefully be carried by local comic book shops, like Burke Street Comics (which I think is on Burke Street, downtown Winston-Salem, right off of 4th Street near Out of Our Minds Animation Studio) and Classic Comics in Lewisville. Possibly other local shops as well, so be on the look out. One thing I have to note is that the price of the comic will be more expensive this time around. I was selling the previous issue at $1.50 when it was costing me $2.70 to print it, plus shipping and handling. This next issue will cost $5.00 in person, at cons, and at shops, but only $4.50 online (because I'm not paying for the shipping and handling if you purchase it online). Sorry about that. It's because Ka-Blam uses REAL darn good paper and it isn't cheap to print with them. Cheaper in the short run than paying a printing company in China $5,000 for $5,000 colored copies of a comic that might not sell, though. That'd be cheaper in the long run, for sure ($1 per book!), but who has that kind of money? Gravy Boy comics do, but not I, my friend, not I.
The new printed issue contains at least one image not seen online yet, which is a MiloTeams Staff Page. I don't know how to post that as a separate webpage yet. I just don't want it to appear as a comic update and make you guys feel robbed, you know? The printed comic will contain all of the online published comics from January 2010 to the end of the Poetry With Stripes/Shades of Blue chapter in 2013 when we came back from Hiatus. It will also contain Christmas 2009 greeting and comic strip, as well as a behind-the-scenes page, the Back From Hiatus Message, and fan art from Cassie Davis, Jay Gobble, Paul Kaminski (Asst Editor of Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog comic), and others!