I have my main computer back and running thanks to my friend, so BW can resume operations. I was hoping to have a Jake & Leon comic up today to celebrate but I had some software issues I had to wrangle first. That’s done so next week our crew will return.

This week, however, the comic reviews and morning article links can return. I can also work on some feature articles that I couldn’t do on my dad’s computer so wins all around! Except most that stuff I wanted to do during my downtime didn’t get done and I can’t take more time off so sucks to be me I guess. I’m still going to have to find a way to do that and keep up content. So this whole break was entirely pointless! No, I’m not happy about it. But at least I can get back to work (and finding work that actually pays me so I have money coming in again) so I’ll take the victories I can.

So I guess we’re back in action, unless something else goes wrong and there’s certainly precedence for that.


About ShadowWing Tronix

A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

3 responses »

  1. Sean says:

    Glad to see that Bwspotlight is up and running again at full operations. I will be visiting BW studios this Saturday. At that time, I plan to share information with Tronix about a possible local location site that could be used as a filming setting for a review video on anything related with Doctor Who (or any other British television show, movie, cartoon, or comic book) if he decides to film at that location in the future.


    • I don’t see me doing that in the near future. The BBC is rather strict with Doctor Who footage used in reviews.


      • Sean says:

        What I mean is that I know of a place in your local area that is a state park which has an English style country house at the park. You could be filmed talking about Doctor Who or any British topic for that matter while standing outside of this very distinctly looking British house. No BBC footage would be needed. It’s a place that I visit for walks when I’m in the area. I always feel like I’m in England’s countryside when I’m there. In fact, the park always reminds me of various Doctor Who episodes over the years that were set in England’s spectacular rural environments. For example: Stones of Blood, The Mark of the Rani, The Silurians, the K-9 show, etc.


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