I swear I am going to update even if I have to update with my freaking teeth. Aaaaargh. ''
— Amber Williams, Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures
Ack. Okay, the next page will be up on Tuesday night. Don't think of it as "slow", think of it as "dramatic tension"!
— Andrea L. Peterson, No Rest for the Wicked
Two years [sic] in the future, huh? YEAH, THE VIDEO TOOK ABOUT THAT LONG, TOO.
This series began around 2005, stopped in 2008, and was supposed to continue again in February of this year as "Dark Knight: Boy Wonder". Still hasn't happened and I don't think it ever will.
It was in July when affairs reached this climax. It is now November, nearly December, & consequently a period of about four months has lapsed in the interim. We are not to suppose [...] that Miss Caroline has been standing for upwards a quarter of a year with her foot on the carriage-step.
Andrew Hussie: The absolute best way for me to guarantee this won’t happen is for me to say yes.
An update that actually occurred in a reasonable timeframe? What madness is this?
— Author's note for chapter 35 of Uninvited Guests
Ooh, look! An update that didn't take an entire year to be put up!
A whole brand new Cr@psule Monsters episode! And it only took five years! YEAH! NEW RECORD BABY!
"We're a team made up entirely of freelance non-profit non-professional developers who can only spend so much time on this project. This project is but another responsibility next to our other stuff such as education, work, families, superhero alter-ego's etc. etc. We can't spend as much time on this game as we'd like to, and we work with a relatively small team, meaning that even a single member being unable to work due to other stuff has a huge impact. This all makes it very difficult to set exact release dates, and we don't want to post a date out of the blue only to disappoint later."
— Steven, Super Smash Flash 2 developer