Tuesday, again, another Break of Day comic was shared by Mr. George Takei on Facebook; drawing in thousands of “likes”, “shares” and comments. It even made it far enough that I noticed my favorite MLB team, the Tampa Bay Rays, shared it on their homepage as well. The thing reached millions making another viral comic.
Here was the cartoon:
I’m so happy and thrilled that many people were able to enjoy my work. Trust me – I’m not complaining. BUT – again – there was no link to Break of Day’s Facebook page and my copyright info is a bit hard to read. So, what it boils down to, is though it had great exposure, really – nothing more came out of it. If there was only a link, I would have many more fans able to enjoy Break of Day, but oh well…..
I just wonder how many people are wondering where it came from. And if you Google ‘N. Fakes’ (the most legible words on the comic) – you’ll find me – after rummaging through tons of other non-related stuff.
But anyhow, pretty cool regardless. Again, it’s just neat to have a comic with that much exposure and glad the social media world had a chance to enjoy it.
Still, can’t help but think what it would have been with a link (pulling out hair). Probably endorsement deals from Nikon? Pepsi? Well, probably not. But if anything, maybe I would have gotten two more readers here at Nate’s Ramblings.
At any rate, thanks, George!