Is Homestuck hard to read?
Homestuck is one of the longest works in the English language, and the medium by which it was written can offer some challenges when you first begin reading it. If you intend on undertaking the herculean task of reading this webcomic (found on homestuck.com) here are some helpful tips to get you started.
Does the unofficial Homestuck collection have an online browser?
Don’t get it twisted though, because “browser” in this context doesn’t mean “online”. The Unofficial Homestuck Collectionis completely self contained, and neverhas to connect to the internet once you have it downloaded. A ONE-STOP SHOP Don’t think we’d be content stopping at just Homestuck.
What happened to Homestuck?
The fourth in a series of “MS Paint Adventures” authored by Andrew Hussie from 2006 to 2016, it became wildly successful, in part because of its eclectic use of web technology like Adobe Flash and GIF animations. However, with Flash finally being phased out at the end of 2020, Homestuckis in a precarious state.
Is Andrew Hussie really in control of Homestuck?
Lauren Rae Orsini, in an interview with Andrew Hussie, asked Hussie whether, because of the immense size of Homestuck and its fandom, with more than 5,000 pages and 128 characters at the time, Hussie considered himself in control of the comic.
Is Homestuck a part of the fandom?
Homestuck is a separate entity from its fandom. While the fandom is quite active, it isn’t a necessary component of Homestuck needed to fully enjoy it. Thanks!
What should I not skip in Homestuck?
Don’t skip anything! There are several ‘rules’ to reading Homestuck. Don’t skip the intermissions. Don’t skip acts. Don’t skip Pesterlogs. Don’t give up, either, even when it seems incredibly dull. Details in Homestuck are everything!