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Jon Scrivens
15 March 2010 @ 08:04 pm

Well as you all can see Little Terrors! is on a bit of hiatus again. I really didn’t have my entire heart in it, so I’ve put the comic on the shelf until I feel I can really handle moving it forward again. Don’t worry I’ll finish it eventually, the ending is already penned!

In the meantime check out what’s keeping me out of trouble now, When’s Graham. It’s a new webcomic about a Timetravelling Uni student from London.
Jx

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18 January 2010 @ 02:24 am

Dapper suits always look best on a demon :D

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Jon Scrivens
12 October 2009 @ 05:31 pm

Welcome to the resuscitation of Little Terrors! – the webcomic that just won’t die. Over the last few months I’ve considered call it a day on LT whilst being stricken with a lack of enthusiasm for the hand full of fully scripted pages I had.

But no.

Little Terrors! has at least another 10 chapters of plot of just the original story left, so I felt it was unfair to the characters and more importantly you loyal readers who have followed LT since day one (March 2006). Instead of battling through part of the plot I’m not happy with I have left the end of Chapter 9 to one side, to be attacked at a suitable time. Jamie and Aaron’s defense of the cottage plus importantly Dwayne’s capture by the RAF need resolving, this will happen when the plot fits without hopefully just tagging it along to the end of the comic. Dwayne and these guys do have an important part to play in the coming chapters so I hope to get out of the rut by drawing and writing my way forward.

Enter Chapter 10. The plot and basic idea was drafted originally in 2007 as a potential spin off to LT, featuring only some of the lesser characters and the greater universe. Then to my surprise I decided it was a tale to be told easily with more heavy weight characters. Jonas’ passing gave me this chance. Hopefully many of you readers won’t be too upset to see after a long year of the comic he’s back, but I do promise this isn’t a simple re-con/shower scene.

Moving forward the goal is to update the comic in chunks of plot, whether this is 2 pages of 5, each  Monday you guys will have some form of fix of LT. This will allow for if need be an update to help the flow of the plot, something the previous schedules I felt hindered.

Hold onto you seats and welcome to Hellview Drive.

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12 October 2009 @ 12:00 am

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