Learn a little bit more about the comic!
What is Cosmic Dash?
Cosmic Dash is a webcomic that updates every Friday.
Cosmic Dash is a webcomic with massive science fiction and space opera influences. The comic deals with a massive galaxy, The Silver Spiral Galaxy, that is being explored, but derives its focus from following around Dash Kameku, and his crew-mates as they transport cargo around the known territories.
Who created the comic?
David A. Davis. if you have any questions, please e-mail him at email@example.com, or visit his website.
Where can I learn more about Cosmic Dash?
There are three important websites when it comes to a proper Cosmic Dash experience. Those websites are the current website you’re on, the wiki, and the tumblr.
Q: Will this F.A.Q. ever update?
Q: How often does the comic update?
A: The comic updates every Friday, sometimes later in the day if I forget to upload it the night before.
Q: How long does it take to draw a page?
A: When conditions are favorable, I can bust out a couple of pages a day. Conditions are generally not favorable, though.
Q: How far ahead is all of this planned out?
A: I try to establish a buffer for each story of a few comics, but sometimes circumstances cause me to burn through my backlog. The comic itself operates on what I call a flexible continuity. I have many stories planned, but their placement can change. If you are a stickler for continuity, embrace the timeline page.
Q: What are some of the resources you’ve used for the comic?
A: Huge thanks to Synduo for the cleaning up of the Cosmic Dash logo concept into the current logo. I use screentones by Psychobob frequently. Many of the fonts I use, aside from my hand-written style, are from Blambot.
Q: What is this Short Stories Series?
A: The short stories project is a way principally to build on the lore of the universe that surrounds the comic, and provide some alternate ways to tell stories about the various characters encountered in the series. It also is a way to involve other writers and artists. If you are interested in becoming a contributor in writing or art, just send me an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)! Please note that there is little I can offer in compensation aside from exposure, but all contributors retain the rights to their work. In addition, I am looking into publishing a collection of the stories, just like I publish the comic. Naturally, if you are uncomfortable with this, it is easy to opt your contribution out of the publication if that ends up happening.