Congratulations to the Arktoons team as well as the independent creators. And thanks very much to all the subscribers, who have enabled the devs to keep things rolling along smoothly even as artists come and go. We’re now seeing new independent series starting up almost every week, and the text episodes have proven to be popular with creators and readers alike.

Arkhaven, as the Dark Herald notes, is an important front in the cultural war.

Arkhaven has moved from simply a successful business venture to an imperative necessity for the preservation of Western civilization. I wish that was just hyperbole. I really do. But it’s not.

Disney – which owns Marvel – is about to announce the elimination of more than 15 percent of its workforce. AT&T has repeatedly been rumored to be on the verge of shutting down DC. Dark Horse sold out to a Swedish video game company and is now focused on pushing adult coloring books. IDW lost more than $5 million in 2021 and is down $5.2 million year-on-year from Q1 2022. Other than Webtoons, there isn’t a single entity in the comics space that is making any observable headway except Arkhaven, which is also growing explosively in China.

A lot of changes will be introduced in the next three months, and our popular series that have been on hiatus, including MIDNIGHT’S WAR, HYPERGAMOUSE, and QUANTUM MORTIS will be returning to their weekly schedules soon. As will everyone’s favorite assassin-princess, Alissabetta, complete with a new illustrator.