Monday, February 1, 2010

Reader Feedback Time

So, I'm back from hiatus--but during my hiatus, I had a lot of time to think about the future of This Week in Webcomics. Now, I want to know what you think.

What do you think of TWIW? What do you want to see more of? What do you want to see less of? What do you want me to get rid of entirely? Get candid with me. Share any thoughts you have at all. Tell me what new things you want to see in the new year. Tell me how this blog can better serve you, the reader, and what role this blog can play in your webcomics-reading experience.


webcomicoverlook said...

Well, I would like to say just keep doing what you're doing. I kinda like how you come up with surprising new features. Part of the reason I check in to this blog all the time is to see what you're doing next.

Maybe more reviews? One of my favorite things you've ever done was the Rice Boy review. I finally read that comic last week, and you were spot on.

Anyway, just keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

Keep up the great work. As one of very few girls that regularly check webcomics I would say you're doing a good job. I also like what you're doing with the reviews. One of my favorite (unknown) comics is called Goo From Another Dimension. You should review that!

Anyways, thanks!

p said...

I agree, keep up the good work! I particularly enjoy your 'talk show' webcomics review comics, but the full textual reviews are good here too!

Alec said...

Your current operation is pretty great, sir. What are you worried about?


speearr said...

Oh wow I just saw your email. Expect a reply soon. Very soon!

Luke Surl said...

News about webcomics, but not so much on specific webcomics, but rather broader news items that affect the scene as a whole.
So things like becoming a pay site, The Webcomics List awards, and the recent change in the Project Wonderful advertising system.
As well as reporting the news, I'd be interested if you also reported your own opinion, or the opinion of others.

Unconnected to this, @Anonymous - Loads of girls read webcomics. I'm not really aware of any massive gender imbalance in the overall readership.