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other human
One page posted in the year 2013.
Eight pages posted in the year 2012.
You really are too busy to keep doing the webcomic on a regular basis.
I wonder how many of your former readers have declared this webcomic as abandoned.
Friday, January 10th 2014 - 06:03:44 AM
Troy Scoughton (http://www.prc-productions.com) troy.jr@prc-productons.com
Just discovered this via DeviantArt today.....couldn't stop reading it...I happen to be a film producer...this would make such an amazing film..or animated series....just saying maybe we could collaborate to make this happen?
Friday, December 13th 2013 - 07:39:21 PM
jasonrubik (http://www.jasonrubik.com)

I just discovered you yesterday, when someone on reddit posted a link to your FTL Tech & Tactics page. For the life of me, I have searched and searched for that reddit comment, but it is lost... for now, until I stumble upon it in 3.7 days.

In any event, your comic Outside is fantastic, and your art style/technical ability is amazing, and your script is top notch. I love the story, and I love the look. Do not ever give up, because for this poor guy who has never really read web comics at all (other than xkcd) you have made me a fan !

I will probably check out all of the links to other artists, because I can imagine that those who follow in your footsteps do not do so lightly, and thus craft amazing works as well.

Only time will tell, and then we will see where this takes me.

Tuesday, September 10th 2013 - 09:09:41 PM
Teh Gerg
Wow. I happened upon Outsider a couple of months ago. Since then I've read it through four times and devoured all the extras and universe material. This is incredibly well thought out, and I'd put it near the level of "The Mote in God's Eye", in my opinion the best first contact novel. I'm looking forward to new pages.
Monday, September 9th 2013 - 04:13:38 PM
Jonathan Neal
I really love the comic! It's one of the most original web series that I've seen in a long time. Please keep it coming!! I need more man!!!!
Tuesday, August 20th 2013 - 11:43:31 AM
stephen stephenboud@gmail.com
greatest web comic ever. the story is brilliant the characters are well thought out. keep this comic running for ever lol
Wednesday, July 31st 2013 - 06:30:37 AM
I've been reading for many years without saying hi. I just wanted to say thanks for the many excellent comics you have given us and hope you can get the time to continue the story more frequently.

Cheers and best of luck!
Sunday, June 9th 2013 - 10:05:31 PM
Nic E
Love the story so far want more
Monday, June 3rd 2013 - 04:09:59 AM
Mark (http://twindaemons.com)
Love the story! keep up the excellent work!
Tuesday, March 26th 2013 - 09:36:48 PM
james angus
This website is the best this story is not only well thought out but also incredibly well drawn
Saturday, March 23rd 2013 - 10:54:13 PM
likeing what im seeing sofar keep up the good work
Sunday, March 10th 2013 - 08:43:02 AM
Charlie Foxtrot

Good to see an Outsider strip once again. The characters, designs, and artwork are always breathtaking. Thanks for sharing your brilliance with us!
Friday, February 22nd 2013 - 01:39:20 PM
Big fan of your webcomic, I strongly recommend it!
Monday, February 18th 2013 - 01:55:47 PM
This is an amazing webcomic if you can get opdates rolling id be willing to donate to read more, Love it good luck
Sunday, September 2nd 2012 - 09:20:53 AM
Crassis the Labor Leader
I love this comic. It is my honest opinion that it is the best scifi comic I have seen so far. It is weird to follow it in time lapse mode over the years. Maybe a more agressive donation campaign might change that ?
Wednesday, June 13th 2012 - 12:32:08 PM
It's hard to make a go of a webcomic. Did they go on to another comic somewhere? This was pretty good and then it ran down and stopped ticking. Kind of sad to see it half done.
Wednesday, June 13th 2012 - 08:10:54 AM
Jason Knight knight.jason36@yahoo.com
Probably one of the best, if not THE best sci-fi comic out there in terms of technical skill and appeal. I cannot say enough about this comic.
Thursday, June 7th 2012 - 09:50:29 PM
DyfedDarkly Dyfeddarkly@hotmail.com
I started reading this comic about a year ago, but lost track of it for a while. I just recently found it again, and though it hasn't updated much, it is still one of my personal favorites. Now that I have it saved once more, I will be checking back often!
Sunday, May 6th 2012 - 10:15:57 AM
I've been keeping up with the comic for years! Sad too see it's not finished yet, but keep it up! It's awesome!
Thursday, April 26th 2012 - 12:00:18 AM
If I had the money, this would be a TV show. ;)

Keep up the great work!
Wednesday, April 25th 2012 - 08:49:23 PM
I'll admit to enjoying the more frequent updates myself...but as a writer, I know how the creative process can be, especially when you're trying to do other things at the same time. Write the story that feels true to you.

Having reread certain parts of the comic, I love how certain parts of the ongoing plot are kept from ol' Alex via the Loroi's telepathic communications: one has to fill in the blanks about the stellar-political implications of humanity's intrusion upon the war scene, the personal conflict between the military, the diplomats, and reluctant allies, and how perturbed the Loroi are with Humanity's telepathy blocking effect, which apparently stretches out for an AU at least.

Jardin better play his cards right, or the Loroi might decide to preemptively eliminate a potential weapon against them.
Monday, January 30th 2012 - 01:09:29 PM
just_idd i_do_dew@yahoo.com
I am gratified to see the quick update. I hope this leads to more such events. As others have mentioned, the artwork is stunning but the update schedule is difficult, especially the long delay without communication. I look forward to where this is going, and hope that watching the character motivations over time is a long and enjoyable process. As they say in my business, setting customer expectation and then meeting it is about 80% of customer satisfaction. Another way to put it is under promise and over produce.

I suggest you contact Dirk I. Tiede over at Paradigm Shift (http://www.paradigmshiftmanga.com) and seeing if maybe you can streamline your process some how. He commits to once a week on Tuesday. Meets that and works ahead for life's emergencies. He had a delay around the holidays but he communicated that and explained when things would start back up. He even posted some planing drafts for pages showing that that the planning was going forward. He is right now replacing those with finished art. His media is different, in some ways there is even more attention to detail in his art. He is in his 4th chapter, but he was once where you are and can offer legitimate suggestions that I cannot.
Wednesday, January 18th 2012 - 09:13:01 PM
This was pretty cool; too bad it just trails off without an ending. I kept thinking there would be more but now I realize it's gone dead so I'll quit checking. Better luck with the next one!
Monday, January 9th 2012 - 10:01:56 AM
The art is phenomenal, but I find the pace a little...irregular for my tastes. I like the work,, really I do, but when you leave for a few months and come back with 20-odd comics added in the interim, it's a little disheartening.

But don't let my nay-saying get you down! Keep it up d00d, 4 teh sake of humaniteh!
Monday, November 28th 2011 - 09:57:47 PM
Kirk kbailey@howlermonkey.net
Your comments says "... not dead (yet)"; at this rate of publishing art, is there really much difference?

Much longer, and this strip gets deleted from my bookmarks to make room for something else.

As for QUALITY: first rate, keep it up.

Tell ya what: next art post, I donate.
Wednesday, November 2nd 2011 - 08:12:11 PM
John-Paul Schreiber j-p_schreiber@hotmail.com
I have read your comic several times and still cannot get enough of it. It is a powerful story worth exploring and has much potential. If I may offer a suggestion (although I'm certain you've already thought of it), if you are looking for faster ways of eventually publizing this and to complete the story, then I suggest you consider converting this comic into a novel form with visual depictions, like Tony Diterlizzi's Search for Wondla, which incorporates drawn images to depict the world alongside the words. Outsider might be well received if it followed a similar format, especially if readers could actually see the world that you see. And do it fast. Lots of people out there might steal your idea. Keep up the good work.
Saturday, October 15th 2011 - 09:55:31 AM
Phoenix phoenix.firebird@gmail.com
I stumbled across your website and was blown away by the quality of work.

Fantastic and beautiful.
Wednesday, August 24th 2011 - 11:04:29 AM
Finally, I hope we'll soon get to read why the comic is called "outsider"

Also, the look on Fireblade's eyes as she scorted him out was sort of... pleading.
Friday, August 5th 2011 - 07:21:22 PM
kirk kbailey@howlermonkey.net
So, page 89 is not showing, there is not link to it, please advise. Also, why nbo way to more directly send you an email?
Friday, June 24th 2011 - 06:33:44 AM
Fred Stoll fredphx@live.com
Love the artwork. The stoyline is intriguing! I enjoy webcomics. They tell their stories in a way that is different from both text books and movies. Your plotline is a new variation on the theme explored in the "Through the Looking Glass" books by John Ringo or his Posleen series. In his, and other mainstream works, the warring nations seek out humanity for alliance and then work to destroy or dominate humanity. Here humanity seeks out the warring entities. Interesting take.

Fred Stoll
Thursday, May 26th 2011 - 07:35:37 AM
Bandersnatch hotwaxonlobsters@yahoo.com
Wow, the Umiak commander's dialog is amazing. Unique and intricate and lovely in its' detail.
Tuesday, May 24th 2011 - 12:44:28 AM
Shannon Robertson anaheim_s@cox.net
I really enjoy Outsider,keep it coming.:)
Friday, May 20th 2011 - 07:20:22 AM
Great stuff! I remember reading this comic years ago, but it was apparently on hiatus then, so I stopped reading it. Still awesome! Very excited to find out about Alex's situation. How will his quarter's be? Will he find them odd or uncomfortable? Will he be separated from the crew? And how will he spend his days? And does he get a hot alien love-interest? All good questions that need answering!
Sunday, May 1st 2011 - 08:34:13 PM
Bandersnatch hotwaxonlobsters@yahoo.com
Much as I love a good battle (and the impending destruction of the Bellarmine's remains), I'm frankly more interested in the developments surrounding Jardin's diplomatic status and how he interacts with the aliens.

Glad to see you're updating again, and so frequently too!
Friday, April 29th 2011 - 10:33:44 AM
Jal archelaian@msn.com
Hi my friend, time to time I still go to well of soul to watch your wonderful work !
As always it is very good work and amazing ! keep on !
Thursday, April 28th 2011 - 02:50:42 PM
Amazing. Your work has re-awakened my childhood sense of wonder when I saw Star Blazers for the first time. Bravo.
Saturday, April 16th 2011 - 01:35:31 PM
Just wanted to say awesome. I love your work and hope that you continue to give us readers something to enjoy. So Thank You for putting your heart in soul into this.
Saturday, April 16th 2011 - 12:52:58 AM
Jeffrey Li jsli3004@yahoo.com
Wow, I want to admit that I was completely awe-stricken by the superlative quality of your story and your art, but yet I was also more than a little surprised by the relative obscurity of your work. I'll be sure to visit this site often in the future, and I'll also try to pass the word to more potential readers. Please, keep up your magnificent work :D
Thursday, April 14th 2011 - 07:40:41 PM
Jago of the 7 knives gaddibecker@yahoo.com
I only recently stumbled on your work and I was instantaneously blown away! The art and storyline are SUPERB! In fact, I am at a loss as too why no major animation company have come along and offered you to make this an Anime or full length movie...I am ever expecting your next update! Please finish this story...
Thursday, March 31st 2011 - 05:49:24 AM
Very well done. Story and art is top quality. Keep it on!
Monday, March 21st 2011 - 04:28:51 PM
I followed the links from "atomic rockets" to find your comic. I've always had a soft spot for space opera and think you've done a marvelous job. I hope you finish the story. All the best. Si
Saturday, March 19th 2011 - 03:19:12 PM
An amazing piece. The links page is full of wonderful stuff. My only complaint is the lack of updates! I want more!
Friday, March 4th 2011 - 03:09:12 PM
I can safely say I feel a thrill each time I see you've updated. I'd be lying if I said I wouldn't like a faster pace, but you can't rush quality art. Keep up the great work, I love what you've done here.
Friday, March 4th 2011 - 10:33:05 AM
Just ran across your web comic, and I love it! Cant wait to read more :D

Thursday, February 24th 2011 - 03:12:03 PM
Tom Salsbury
It is very cruel to get me addicted to your drug, and then snatch away my supply!

I feverishly await the chance of a update in the near future.
Thursday, February 17th 2011 - 05:18:54 PM
Good comic, too bad it died. I've checked this site over and over and it's obviously over. Try doing something less ambitious next time and maybe you can succeed!
Tuesday, February 15th 2011 - 11:21:17 AM
Nice comic, pity I'll have to wait 50 years for you to finish it.
Friday, February 11th 2011 - 03:18:32 PM
I think it's time for you to make your own forum.
I've been waiting in the Digital Webbing moderation queue for my account to be approved for more than six months and I can see from other comments both here and on your facebook page that such circumstances are quite common, but even without that personal inconvenience, there's also the fact that you have a number of non-Outsider projects both new and old which could use their own subfora, such as your "Second Six" artwork or the Homeworld Shipyards.
I do not feel that the Outsider board on Digital Webbing is the appropriate page to discuss such things, nor do I feel that the Digital Webbing forum is adequate even for the discussion of Outsider, since the approval process for a Digital Webbing account appears to take years at a time.
Please consider it.
Friday, February 11th 2011 - 11:53:40 AM
IMSirius (http://imsirius.wordpress.com/)
Interesting and well drawn!
Wednesday, February 9th 2011 - 07:34:37 AM
I'm loving it, I hope you continue with this.
This is the first scifi comic I've actually liked.
Wednesday, January 26th 2011 - 08:03:08 AM

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