Inspired by the Jonathan Richman song with the same name, Vampire Girl is a webcomic miniseries that delves into the life of a young girl named Levana, who lives a life of irony... the irony being that she doesn't want to be a vampire, she just wants to be a normal girl. Levana struggles with life as a vampire, and hopes to discover a way that can make her human again, little knowing that a team of determined, yet incompetent vampire hunters are out to destroy her. Will Levana find the help she seeks? Will the vampire hunters get to her first? Just click "First Comic" to find out, and follow the misadventures of Levana the Vampire Girl.
Not sure if there's anyone out there still looking at this, but there's a couple of new items located on the Extras pages that you may, or may not, wish to take a look at.
Since you haven't been following, you probably aren't aware that I recently mentioned there was an alternate version to Vampire Hunter and Goofy Idiot Sidekick catching up with Levana at the hospital... more on that alternate version is now featured on the Extras page.
Have any of you noticed there's now an "Extras" page on this site? Probably not, but either way, there's something of a "deleted scene" now featured on the Extras page if you wish to check it out.
Since a few people weren't aware, I thought I would point out that I have enabled guest/anonymous comments and ratings, since I'm pretty sure more people outside the Smack Jeeves community would be reading through this story anyway.
I just compiled an entry page for Vampire Girl on ComixPedia (y'know, the Wikipedia for webcomics), which can be found at http://www.comixpedia.org/index.php?title=Vampire_Girl ... in the words of Kenan Thompson, "WHYYYYYYYYY?!!" Why not!??
Aside from that, it's nice to know at least one person is reading the story so far, I am a little surprised that even a small number of people haven't at least looked out of curiosity; good thing this isn't television, knowing how merciless networks are today, it'd probably be canceled by now.
So Vampire Girl debuts today. Hip-hip. Huzzah. Hooray. Hope you enjoy it, if not, then I won't impulsively act on songs getting stuck on my head again.
It took nearly a month, but all the strips in the story have finally been completed, and are set to be released publically on a weekly basis, now beginning December 8, instead of December 15.
Yeah, as you can probably see, the site now has a description as to what the comic will be about; the comics are still slated to begin December 15, and will continue on a weekly basis until, what may look like April (the story is turning out slightly longer than planned).