Kid wakes up with amnesia and surrounded by beasts. Next thing he knows he's enrolled in the worlds most inhumane school, Cogs. Children of Genetic Science.
I have literally no idea whats going on!
What. The. Heck. DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW MUCH I LIKE THIS WEBCOMIC? And yet you claim that you don't have a following... Not reviewing does not mean that people do not like this comic! Most webcomics rarely make it over 20 faves! Heck, I've even seen this comic in the "popular" section of the Smackjeeves menu! It's a bit too late to say that this is not the comic you want to be known for. But you know what? It's far better to be known as the creator of a bad comic than to be known for the creator of an unfinished one. Don't leave me hanging, damnit!
@Flare the Ninetales: Well, my main problem with COGS is there IS NO ENDING. and endings are important. In COGS things just keep building and building, but I have no greater plain. ... There is one 'fade out' type ending I thought about once, but it was VERY UNSATISFYING. and I didn't really want to make an ending that left the reader so upset or out of the loop... When you say, "do you have any idea how much I like this webcomic?" I feel my response is, I truly do not know. The only way I can figure out if people like or dislike my work is when they TALK to me. There hasn't been a new comment in some time... I feel like, honestly, COGS is a good story, but it has no deeper meaning than whats at the surface. I want to make more complex comics that make statements about life and living. Maybe... maybe I will finish COGS, with my unsatisfying ending... But you must remember, when an artist isn't passionate about their work, you get a product that is less that it could be... So, the question becomes, Do you want an ending even if it means it may be a disappointment?