Codex here: Q has a funeral to go to so he’s skipping this week’s Thursday post.

So I’m taking the opportunity to kick Facebook around a little. As you might guess from the title, I loathe the platform with fiery hatred of a thousand burning suns. Q thought I was being unfair and a social media dinosaur. Since I’m not a big fan of Tumblr, Instagram or Twitter either, (and don’t get me started on Pinterest—! Gah! So much dislike!)  I thought he had a point. Maybe Facebook would work for Tempest in a Teardrop.

Facebook is evil. Sorry, but it's true.Hahhahahahajahahahahahahahahaha


Seriously, it seems as if Facebook is eating our comic. Before we got on it, he could tell if we’d done a comic that didn’t go so well. This whole comic-ing thing is a learning curve for both writer and illustrator, and getting a great yawning chasm of nothing where we used to get feedback is a big energy sink. As far as we can tell you have to pay the Beast with eyeball time (LOTS) and or money if it’s not going to disappear you.

Is there a way to actually connect on the thing? I’d say “no,” but maybe you readers who use and or like it (I find the latter hard to believe, but hey, it takes all kinds) can let us know what we should be doing?