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I’m tired of answering the thousands of questions I get every day from assorted journalists and other press members (not to mention the hordes of important political figures), so I’ll answer them all here in a tidy little format.

How long has The Eyes of March been posting comics for?

The first real regular post was posted January 1, 2011.

How often does TEoM update?

Once every week or two, on Saturdays.

Do you mind if I take a comic you drew, watermark it under my name, distribute it across the internet, get rich and famous off it, and never once reveal the true identity of the creator?


Do you mind if I take a comic you drew, clearly cite it, link back to TEoM, and get you lots more media attention?

No. (Thanks in advance!)

Do you mind if I take a comic you drew, print it out, and put it on my gnocchi/sudoku/tequila/map/bicycle/submarine/calendar/boss/&c.?

No. Don’t tell your boss I made it, though.

Why can’t I visit your site? I’ve tried and tried, but every bleedin’ time it just takes me to some near-blank WordPress template wot was made a while ago. I finally managed to get here with a search engine.

Ah. That must have been my nemesis’s site, Eyes of March. He discovered the success of my website, went back in time to 2007, and secured the URL under the pretense of trying to find “anyone who is seriously investing precious resources such as time, money, patience and passion on online dating service sites.” (And now I’ve just sent him more traffic. D’oh!)

Can’t you just go back in time and get the blog earlier?

Actually, I have. He originally got it in early 2010, and I went back and “re”claimed it in 2009. The 2007 move on his part was meant to wrap this up once and for all.

If you have any more questions, please direct them to the contact form (link omitted due to laziness and/or ease of navigating to contact form manually), though keep in mind the truly enormous quantity of mail I get every day means that there may be some delay in reply. It’s vast, I say—utterly vast.



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  1. Andy / Feb 13 2012 5:57 am

    Time travel is such a nuisance. Are you using a specific time machine (like a TARDIS) or utilizing the slingshot effect around a sun in your starship (like the Enterprise)?

    • Admin / Feb 14 2012 4:11 pm

      Neither, actually. I can’t be too free with the details, but it involves some Matrix hacking. I don’t know what method my adversary uses.

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