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Hey guys. This was a hard page to work up because it's the last Code Name: Hunter page for the foreseeable future. I may come back to the series and do self contained CN:H stories next year, but at the moment I'm not certain exactly when. For right now I need to shift my focus to something else.
I want to prepare AYAD for print -- among other things. This means redrawing the pages so far and perhaps doing a bit of reconstruction work on the story. The reason being is I'd like to see AYAD actually get somewhere. Books, a game, possibly an animated series if I can get up the nerve to pitch it. CN:H is massive, too massive, with many twists and turns. Like a rabbit warren. AYAD is much more salable. So, I'm going to go for it.
I originally planned on moving right into Issue 4 of AYAD next week. Matt and I have been talking and together we've decided to hold off on posting new content on here until the beginning of next year. This will give us time to do the bit of reworking of the AYAD storyline and allow me to get a good chunk of the redraws -- hopefully all of them, -- done before moving on to the next section of the story.
I'll begin sharing the process on Patreon starting next week. In fact, that will soon be the only way of getting a hold of me aside from my book Tumblr. Better to focus and all.
We'll be setting up a mailing list here in a few days where folks can sign up if they want to be alerted when updates resume.
I appreciate you all joining us on this journey and I hope, in some manner, you found the ride enjoyable. Please understand that this isn't an easy thing for me to do. But, it's something that needs to be done.
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