This is messages from blogs that he wrote. Please note it may not contain everything, but will provide some information on the development of Catching the G-Man and its cancellation. These posts are salvaged from the 16th October 2007 and although blog posts did follow I cannot find them.
CTGM is cancelled.
Ok, here's the story.
I never intended to really continue CTGM past Season 5. Towards the end of Season 4, I thought it would be neat to show what would happen before Season 1 when Bernard was just finding out who the G-Man was, and it did not turn out like I wanted at all. Not to mention that I really have no idea where the story is going. I was just sort of coming up with it as I went along, and now I've run into the proverbial dead end.
So that being said, thanks to all those out there who read my comic and followed it since its inception. I really do appreciate you guys sticking with me for the past year or so. I realize this may disappoint a lot of people, but I think this is the best way to go. And by that, I mean make it so no one really knows how it ends. Not even me.
And no, I'm not retiring from comics.
Seeing a lack of CTGM? You're not the only one. G-Mod keeps freezing on me for some reason. Everything on the hardware side is up to date (DirectX, nVidia drivers, etc) so I don't know what's up. I won't have time to work on it tomorrow or Monday, but maybe Tuesday.
So like everyone else associated within the GMod community, we're all stoked for Orange Box. I mostly can't friggen wait for Portal. I've been wanting to play this damn game for over a year now and I'll finally get my hands on it Wednesday, at 12:01AM. Well, around then. We all know how Valve is.
CTGM #126 is out. Sorry I didn't get it out last night, I ran into some trouble with GMod that I didn't feel like dealing with.