Holy guacamole! Mark your calendars, kids, because this is the date when Zombiekim became too famous to talk to you.
BUT SERIOUSLY, EXCITING THINGS ARE HAPPENING, as you can probably tell from my excited face and excited pointing at my laptop.
Today, I sent a link of my “Hoarders” comic to Matt Paxton, who is basically the star of that comic. And he looked at it. And he thought it was awesome. And then he told people about it on facebook and twitter, and they thought it was awesome, too. AND THAT’S ABOUT WHEN I DIED OF HAPPINESS.
So, as of right now, I’ve had about 500 new visitors in the past hour. That is totally freakin’ great. Although, really, I’m just happy that Matt Paxton likes it.
Okay, the page hits ain’t too shabby, either. :D
Update: Um, Dorothy freaking Breininger left me a comment that included the words “big hugs.” Um, yeah, for reals. And I think I can say with 90% surety that she is a champion hugger.
Updated update: Mark “The Pfeffinator” Pfeffer (I’m sorry, it’s just so fun to say) likes my comic, too! Ahh! :D I wonder if he will give me a doctor’s note excusing me from all the homework I am not doing tonight…
Triple Update: Renae Reinardy left me a comment! So awesome! She’s hardly been on this season, but she’s totally great. Less awesome is the fact that I misspelled her first name. She was nice enough not to call me out on it, though. That, or–she’s plotting revenge…
Uppercase Update: Have I mentioned that Standolyn Robertson (of the power dimples) said “well done” on my comic? No? Well, there. I did it now. Yay! We need some more Standolyn next season, just sayin’.
I Am Running Out of Semi-Clever Ways to Say Update: Geralin Thomas likes my comic! She said it was colorful, which is a gentle way of saying I will never have a career as an actual artist. Ha! Just kidding. (I mean, I won’t, but anyway.) It was a very nice compliment. :D
Update x5: Scott Hannan likes my comic! He’s probably required to, since I said, “I like Scott.” Seriously, though, awesome.
Important Update: Dr. Zasio said the comic is “awesome”! I was worried that she might be offended, even though I did say she was “super.” I’m really glad she likes it, because she works in Sacramento, which is, like, fifteen minutes away, and she could totally kick my ass. I mean, I’m glad because…I like…to be nice? (And not have my ass kicked.)
Update Quintillion: Cory Chalmers says the comic is great! Awesome. The phrase that keeps jumping to mind is “I was hoping for a little Cory Chalmers action,” and while that’s not really what I mean, I can’t think of a less creepy way to say I was hoping he would comment. I guess…I guess THAT’S the less creepy way, isn’t it? Oh, well, I’m keeping the creepy thing.
Welcome to the launching of the fancy-shmancy new zombiekim.com! I’m very proud to bring you this improved, painstakingly executed, even-more-neon version of the same ’80s-lovin’, bad-movies-knockin’ website you love.
I resisted the switch to the “blog” form for a long time (in spite of, um, the banner up there that’s always called it a blog), but finally I’ve caved. The main improvement/difference now is that you can COMMENT ON INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES! No more stupid guestbook that you hated, or lack of gushing admiration that I hated. (I mean, um, a lack of feedback. Yes.) Also, converting the site as I have should make it easier for me to post updates, which in theory should mean MORE updates. Finally, while I truly loved the design that Sean made when he created the website as a birthday gift to me 2 years ago (and as you can see, it’s still largely the same in that respect), I thought a new look would be fun.
All the articles and comics are still here, and there are even a few minor enhancements–retooled jokes, the occasional different or edited image, and best of all, a couple of new My Fake Boyfriends.
More goodies in store this week! Stay tuned.