WindowMaker
Just a regular guy with drawing as one of the hobbies.
Not much of a commenter, more like a lurker.
Though I usually chime in when there's technical issue around.
WindowMaker
23 hours ago
On last page, I thought wish-granting in exchange with servitude is kinda risky business; Nate better stay on Andy's good side- so "I wish I am your best friend" should be a safe bet...

And he actually go for it!
Cley used "Sparkles"... It's not very effective.
Wow, and I though Ravii couldn't get any redder than he already was.

(Rish, maybe you could try to get an anime nosebleed out of him too?)
Wow, 2 and 1/4 year. Welcome back!

Glad you didn't forget the comic (it was one of the comics that I closely follow back in the day). I'll keep an eye on my newsreader then.
Um... Is the next page ( http://wolpertingermenschen.smackjeeves.com/comics/2462912/page-56/ ) intended to be exactly the same as this one?
Page... 25?
Is it intended that this page being numbered 25? The prologue seems to end just at page 23.
@Earthfield: In that case, just stick to your original plan then.

It's your story to tell; don't scramble the later plot for us when you didn't actually meant to cut it short. Hiatus, even multi-year one, is okay.
While I don't mind waiting several years as I have personally seen few webcomics came back from multi-year hiatus; there are many, many more unfinished comics collecting dust in my newsreader, some of them even have a last update dated back longer than half-decade ago.

If you managed to find a "closure point" that you can finish the story without reading too much like a forced ending, then go for it. I personally wouldn't like seeing your work ended up in the absolute sea of those abandoned stories.

Thanks for sharing your work, hope you find a peace of mind.
Take care.

P.S. In case you are really inclined to present some of those missing storylines in the future, doing them as side-comics or spin-off series are not bad either.
Welcome back; your hiatus lasted 1-year 10-month and 3-day long.

Anyway, "Readers" count is not a usable tally of readers waiting to read your work if you went on a *long hiatus*: in this case it would only count readers who tracked your comic by hand.

When you posted a new page however, the number in "Readers" count will progressively (within few days) reveal an actual number of people who are reading your comic, including active on-site and off-site subscribers; which I currently see "130 Readers".

P.S. Your artwork is not actually "terrible", and I don't think I agree about the plot being "badly-written" either. (Strictly speaking, not all *webcomic* need a coherent or dramatic plot. I remembered one webcomic author said her comic has no actual plot, and that very comic is on SmackJeeves front page's "Popular" section right now)
Yes, it seems that other authors got similar upload problems (not sure if error message is the same though). Even me having some trouble making SmackJeeves RSS updates register on my newsreader yesterday, and comic pages load that time were awfully slow too.

P.S. Speech bubble #3: "aweful" -> "awful"
You meant the one with raging fire genie and his elven master, right? I have been following that one too.

And, since you didn't post a link...

Genie of Three Wishes: http://genie-of-three-wishes.smackjeeves.com/
Comic profile: http://www.smackjeeves.com/comicprofile.php?id=167396
"Your cock *likes* him too!"

Pffft LOL. I nearly spilled my drinks on my laptop.
The merman bloke is Derek, and the human guy is Issac. Both names are not spoken out in-comic yet; but they are mentioned on the comic profile ( http://www.smackjeeves.com/comicprofile.php?id=167203 ), and appeared in mouse-over commentary on several times.
"Do you want to use my bathtub?"

May be he read or watched "Orenchi no Furo Jijo" ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orenchi_no_Furo_Jijo ) too much, I doubt that saltwater merman could stand freshwater very long anyway.
Welcome back from the 234-day hiatus, and... congratulation on the opening of new site!

I'm still waiting to see if the prince would score his goal. Anyway, I'll most likely continue reading on SmackJeeves; but I'll note down the new address regardless.

Take care.
A flash of worry?

I'm curious, did no one have ever confronted Cedric specifically on the issue of him being "insensitive jerk" before?

Because up to now, it looks like he does his job well, and he does seem to care. But he is, apparently a (brutally) straightforward bloke with some questionable word choice; his constantly stern face does not help either.

Maybe he would get along better with Cley as he seems to be comfortable fighting sass with even more sass.
Page-by-page V.S. Batch updates
You know you don't have to do the same schedule on all sites, right?

I read few comics which run page-by-page on Tapastic but update in batch on SmackJeeves.

While I won't stop reading or anything, Tapastic and their site coding is real annoying that I have to pull various sort of "magics" to make it bearable; so I still prefer SmackJeeves (or similar site like ComicFury), even it means slower update times.
Can't believe I already forgot what Rhys said to Allister when they first met: "Hey buddy!". (I just flipped back two years to re-read the original page: http://aceof-hearts.smackjeeves.com/comics/2169683/the-power-of-staring/ )

And... isn't this page supposed to be titled "allister's backstory p6" (instead of "p5")?
Wait, is it just me or this page really shown up blank?
Now his look goes from "crazy bloke" right into "sugar daddy". Don't you appreciate it a bit, Jerome?

Anyway, I do agree that Anubis' Mafia*Looks (TM) really fits him.

P.S. Isn't this page supposed to be numbered P17 (instead of P18)?