Comic 42 - 39 how to handle an escape

Wed, 03rd Aug 11:45 PM, 2011 in Somewhere
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39 how to handle an escape
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Kai Faydale Wed, 03rd Aug 11:45 PM, 2011 edit delete
Kai Faydale
I have the advertising from project wonderful working and am raking in the penny’s (well fractions of penny’s at least) If you don’t want to click on any of the adds you can still help me out by rating a page or leaving a comment.
ps i just did the math and the comic Questionable Content makes around $135 a day from adds on project wonderful alone (the site has other adds too). that's over 4k a month and around 50k a year.

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model S Thu, 04th Aug 12:01 PM, 2011 edit delete reply
model S
well you gotta remember 2 things, QC has been around alot longer so it has a bigger fanbase, and QC has it's own server, so they can charge for adspace, PW is by popularity so they're raking in the coin cause of that. nice comic so far, but... why the heterochromia? i get he's nuts but heterochromia is usually due to a mutation or trauma, not insanity, if it were insanity i'd have heterochromia.
Kai Faydale Thu, 04th Aug 2:40 PM, 2011 edit delete reply
Kai Faydale
I certainly realize that QC is on the very far end of the bell curve. it was just nice to see the actual numbers (since most creators don't share how much they make) and know how much adds on a webcomic COULD make.
as for the two toned eyes. no it is not the cause of his insanity. there were a lot of rumors going around back when he was in school: some said it was a traumatic lab accident, some said he used contacts, but the story he told his therapist was that he was born with them and the other kids teased him for looking weird. it certainly wasn't the sole cause for him choosing to go down the path of mad science but it did help. after all in almost any other fields it would be a hindrance not a bonus.
Guest Sat, 06th Aug 12:37 AM, 2011 edit delete reply
Why would you even need to ask that, given that one eye is YELLOW.
Kai Faydale Sat, 06th Aug 10:08 PM, 2011 edit delete reply
Kai Faydale
I always encourage people to ask questions (I'll take what ever comments i can get). besides brown and yellow is only the second most common combination for heterochromia in this world. I'm sure everyone expected him to have pink and violet.
BeetlesBane Fri, 24th Feb 8:04 AM, 2012 edit delete reply
You could always say tht hs are pink and violet but he got contacts to make trhem brown and yellow.