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4-02-2008 @ 5:40PM
@TotalbiscuitNo, it doesn't sting. Not by a long shot. My genre will always have a smaller potential audience; its a fact of life.You really need to stop putting words in my mouth. You're starting to deviate from the facts to keep your argument alive.I do not wish to disown any of my work either, I am only upset because Chapter One is not a fair representation of my current work, and neither is the article. One paragraph that doesn't even mention the trailer (although it is linked), and a second paragraph picking on my choice of distribution method.Far more people ARE now going to judge Chapter Two by Chapter One, instead of on its own merits.So you have in fact downloaded and watched everything I've released and read the responses? No? Then I stand by the "uninformed" comment.And my fanbase, such as it is, has in fact said many of the same things about Chapter One that you have, and they said it a year ago. They don't coddle me.Also, according to you, the poster of this article has committed the crime you abhor by referring to chapter one as a "gem" and complementing its visual quality.
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