It doesn't matter if you were born lucky, given an 'upper hand'.
There will always be a way for the reckless to lose their head start in life, or for the unfortunate to gain what was never in their grasp.
Scholar is the story of Arthur Tibarious, and incredibly lucky (yet unfortunate) Prince who has been imprisoned for half of his young life. As an emissary and 'Scholar' working for his captors, he stumbles upon the truth of his world.
Is the life he left really worth going back to?
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Your advertisements make me want to stay away from your comic. you do realize that you are doing a marketing no no. All of the ads ive seen for this is like a subliminal "Don't read my comic" You are leaving them off with a negative annotation about your comic. You should try something more along the lines of
first person,"I will NOT read this comic!"
Second person,"Yes you will"
the way your doing it now is kinda crappy. I have not read your comic, and I most likely Won't. I will however return to see what you have said to this. Good Day to you sir and i wish you luck.
The sarcasm of creating an ad and then saying ‘don’t read it’ is intentional, it’s supposed to poke fun at the comic’s need to have an ad, but inability to admit that it needs one.
It also gives people something different to look at than boobs and a synopsis like ‘fantasy webcomic that’s really special this time’- updates Fri blah blah’.
That being said, I’d like to point out that ‘no no’ is not a verb, and therefore cannot be ’done’, and that even though you didn’t like the ad, you yourself clicked on it so you could comment…
In the spirit of ‘alternate advertising’ I’ve created two base (by base I mean good ol’ regulation fanservice) ads that are now in the vote button, if you choose to click over and see them, that’s fine. I did want to just post them as my comment but for whatever reason the script isn't being accepted that way.
Aside from that, thank you for your honesty, and I am a Lady.