06:05:55 AM Sep 29th 2013
Do you need a schedule to slip? My understanding is that Sparkling Generation Valkyrie Yuuki never had one in the first place, being primarily written for the author's own amusement.
02:32:58 PM Aug 10th 2012
Removed this modified list regarding Captain SNES: The Game Masta: Some statistics, just for fun:
- First year: 163 story comics. (Start Date July 10, 2001)
- Second year: 197 story comics.
- Third year: 90 story comics.
- Fourth year: 40 story comics.
- Fifth year: 45 story comics.
- Sixth year: 9 story comics.
- Seventh year: 21 story comics.
- Eighth Year: 16 story comics.
- Ninth Year: 46 including 8 Intermission Comics,
- Tenth Year:
- First 7 months: 10 story comics (Rate of 17 comics/year)...
- Final 5 Months: 57 story comics (Rate of 11 comics/month)
- Eleventh Year: 86 Story Comics
After a one month break for Summer Courses in 2012, JayDee has been averaging one comic a week.
02:16:18 PM Apr 2nd 2011
L.J. Smith had a popular book series back in the nineties called Night World. The tenth (and last) book has been pushed back for over a decade due to her mother's death and loss of motivation. Now she has no plans to work on Strange Fate because the next Vampires Diaries books are under contract. The hilarious part? The books were building up to a massive battle on the millennium - which was ten years ago!
02:21:53 PM Dec 3rd 2010
I noticed that there seems to be a lot of exceptions. Perhaps we should make an inverted trope of Schedule Slip?
09:26:47 AM Nov 4th 2010
Who keeps deleting the Order of the Stick update history for the past couple years?
12:38:22 AM Apr 16th 2010
Would book releases fall under this as well? I'm thinking of Isobelle Carmody and... well, any of her series. Example: the first book of the Obernewtyn series was released in 1987, the next few in 1990, 1995, 1998 and the latest in 2008. This is disregarding all the other series that she's started. Ta muchly.
09:54:53 AM Apr 9th 2010