I had a big long explanation post ready that I just threw out because I hate explaining Kawaiikochan so much. It's my videogame webcomic! It's my moe comic! It is everything I have learned.
It doesn't feel like it's been two years, because the comic has ramped up so much the second year in so many ways. The audience really blew up: appearing in Skullgirls definitely helped with that, the audience about doubled when that whole thing happened. Since then I've just been working much harder.
The book had been in the works already from then, though. Doing a table at Otakon was hugely rewarding-- I've never been so flattered by so many people in my life-- and I'd love to do it again. After getting home from Baltimore I started working even more on the comic.
(I definitely want to do a new book this year, but as of right now it's not even in the planning stages.)
My point here is that as the comic grows it just keeps pushing me. This isn't to say that I'm not having fun on the comic-- I still have a great time with it-- but being noticed in the last year has been a huge motivator. Thanks so much to everybody, whether you just got to the comic or you've been reading from the start. It's been a great run and you can expect a lot more in the future.
Also, hey, have you bought the T-shirt? I admit I set the crowdfund's goal a little high, but I figured we were gonna blow through it with how great this shirt is!! Seriously, have you seen this shirt? I love it! There's barely over a week to get your orders in and 90-something orders to sell before this shirt gets made, so get to it.