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Posted March 27, 2023 at 12:00 am

**** GGaR is having a comment system change! ****

Hiveworks is currently making the switch and because of how many comments there are on this website (more than 210,000 apparently!) it's taking a bit of time to make the change. While the transition is happening you might not be able to comment! 

Why change from Disqus to Hyvor?

Ask any webcomic artist having used Disqus for their webcomics' comments section and they will know. Disqus is known to have many issues, but what's most annoying is their ads implementation. If you don't pay for a subscription, they will have 6 gross ads on top of the comments, AND below at times, ruining any chance of having a nice and pleasant website to peruse. You might have seen them before on my webcomics' websites.

They ask for $12 per month to get rid of those ads. Needless to say, I would rather do something else with this money if I can, especially nowadays, where prices rise more and more, and inflation is high. (And my income stays the same!)

Hiveworks have been on a quest for years now to find a suitable, better, comment system, hearing every webcomic artists' plea. The one they found was Hyvor! And having tried it myself, I quite enjoy it! The esthetic is nice, and there is just a small horizontal ad above the comments, that is way more subtle than those awful Disqus ads.

It's not much of a change for comment users either, just a quick new account to create ( though I understand if you're reluctant to create yet another account, I hope you understand the need for change!) 

Thanks for reading, and hope you have a lovely week!

Let's get back to GGaR shenanigans :)


The last panel with Richard going "oh?" with his... unique looking sex toys: would have been better without the water tap blocking the view, and a zoom on the toys in question. It would have been clearer what he was washing, the punchline would have been quicker to the PUNCH(line).

Also I only now realize that in the second strip, third panel, Roomie's whistling could be seen as catcalling Lillian, when it's supposed to be just the opposite: she's whistling a random tune to make it seem like nothing's going on, don't mind her. 

Ah, comics aren't easy :)

--> This is a rerun of the finished webcomic Go Get a Roomie! You can find these two strips in the old archive >here<!


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