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Rescued from a corrupted hard drive by: David Morgan-Mar

The author writes:

Do you know what the most important thing about making comics is?

Over the years, as you might imagine, I've read a lot of "How to Draw" books, and "How to Draw Comics" books in particular. They give lots of useful advice on art styles, capturing the human form, what pencils and paper to use, visual storytelling conventions, and so on. But they all strangely seem to neglect this number one most important aspect:

Safety.

If you're going to make comics, make sure you have a good evacuation plan, and run regular drills. Have a regularly maintained fire extinguisher nearby, and a comprehensive first aid kit.

I am proud to say that over the entire production run of this comic so far, there have been no casualties or serious injuries requiring hospitalisation.

None. Zero. Nada. How many other webcomics can boast that record?