A Series of Unfortunate Events

A Series of Unfortunate Events

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Writer_smallerA plague on both your houses

I am very sorry to say that there is no new comic this week. I was sick all week, dividing my time between sleeping, feeling exhausted, feeling sorry for myself, and sleeping. By Tuesday night I was well enough again to manage to get a script ready, but the very next morning, by the time I got out of bed I discovered Aileen sprawled on the couch, having caught the very plague I had just divested myself of.

We don’t always work week to week, and often have a buffer of comics ready to go, for times just like this. Unfortunately, other circumstances and time constraints meant that this was just not possible this week.

Being plague-ridden has meant we haven’t even played any games this week. Very seriously looking at the Near and Far Kickstarter, though, as I imagine a few others must be? It looks gorgeous. I’ve downloaded the rulebook, and if that looks good, I think we might take the plunge.

Hopefully see you all next week, and we will have a comic up and on time.

Also, I swear to God we have not just been playing Pokemon Go all week. We have honestly been ill.


11 Comments on A Series of Unfortunate Events
  • wr00t

    What is Pokemon Go?

    • wr00t

      😀 get well, both of the houses 😉

      • Thank you! I’m mostly OK now, but Aileen is still laid up. We should both be out of the woods soon, and in time for a proper comic next week.

  • Emily

    Too ill to play games!

    Things are bad indeed.

  • David

    Get well! (And I still enjoyed this week’s comic)

    • That’s very kind of you. We hope to be back to real comics by next week.

  • Dan Roth

    Sorry to hear it. I hope you both feel better soon!

  • Rose the Hedgehog

    Oh no! Get better very soon!

  • Dexter Ó Thuithear

    Nothing worse than having that feeling that you *could* be doing something, but not having the energy or mental capacity to actually do it. I don’t get sick often, but goddamn when I do, I hit the ground like a ton of bricks; and there’s nothing I hate more than hanging around the house “resting”.
    Hopefully you feel better soon!