Vote over at TWC and you can see an awkward pause
I don't do a lot of yelling and screaming in this comic because I don't feel like that vibes with how people act in real life, even though a lot of fantasy stories seem to rely on it. (The children are almost always yelling in Demon Slayer. It's a lot of yelling. I love it, but there's so much yelling.) I prefer the weird liminal space vibes of those high emotions being abruptly cut off! Let's make it awkward! This comic thrives on awkward. In general, though, you're kind of expected to keep yourself in check when you're out in public and around other people, and you should feel weird when you've violated that, but a lot of stories kind of ignore that lol
May merch drop! New tote bags and hoodies are being added to the Hivemill store! (I may be the webcomic on Hiveworks who utilizes the merchandise the most, from what I've seen...hm.) The hoodies are unisex sizing, but the tshirts run rather fitted, so I recommend sizing up! (Two of the moons are flipped on the product images, but the files the shirts are printed from are corrected, so you should have moons in the correct order. My bad!)
HTBAW Fandom Wiki is up and running! Thanks to Myk Streja and ShitaraRen for tons of help with moderation efforts and everyone else who's done a ton of work on adding information and filling out the Wiki. Thank you everyone for contributing and it's an amazing and super detailed resource!
Feel free to check out my goofy Amazon store if you're so inclined (this is an ad, as I get a tiny commission if you do buy something), or I have some merch up on Society6 if you're looking for my old store link! Thanks to everyone who's come out to support me through Ko-fi and Patreon!