Silent Pirate, Epilogue, Final Page

And Wyatt gets the last word.

…Or not, because I have things to say! Silent Pirate‘s been a presence in my life the past few years, and a lot of amazing things have happened because of it. It hasn’t gone “big” in the usual sense, but:

-it joined a wonderful collective.

-it became a part of a ridiculously fun trading card game.

-it helped me accomplish something difficult, that I didn’t really think I could.

-I got to write a world with giant robots, Robot-Ninja-Samurai-Pirates, limbless doctors, closed-eyed navigator twins, Weird Rabbit Things, Vending Machine chefs, a llama, a tough captain, a meme-spouting first mate, and a silent cabin boy.

-and, it got read by you guys, who enjoyed it, made some great fan art, and left comments that made the day of a certain amateur cartoonist.

In the end, what makes a webcomic truly a webcomic isn’t simply it being put on the web, but the interaction between one reader and another, and the interaction between the readers and the creator.Β Thanks for making Silent Pirate a true webcomic, guys.

I might return to Silent Pirate, as I’m considering putting it together in book form, and that would require extras…but that’s still up in the air right now.

If you think you’d like to read my next work, here’s a clue. I’ll be posting about it here when it launches.

-Ahmed, signing off for now πŸ™‚

TL;DR: you guys made Silent Pirate worthwhile, and I can’t state enough how much that meant to me. Also, this.

Discussion (16) ¬

  1. Michael C.

    It was a great story, thank you for telling it and allowing us to experience it.

    • Ahmed

      It was my pleasure! Thank you for reading, Michael!

  2. Tigershark06

    Awww… it’s done? It’s been a great ride! Thanks for sharing your vision with us readers! Been great reading it and getting to know you!

    • Ahmed

      Ditto! Thank you for sticking through to the end! πŸ™‚

  3. Tachyon

    Thank you for 16 chapters of memorable silent pirate action (and animated goodness, and satisfying epilogue… and llama sounds)! πŸ˜€

    I can’t wait to read your next comic! As I was very entertained by this one, I’ll be rereading the archives from the beginning while I await news of further shenanigans :3

    • Ahmed

      Thanks for reading, Tachyon! I’m glad you liked the comic, and that you’ll be sticking around for the next adventure!

  4. Delphina

    Thank you for making an awesome comic, and CONGRATULATIONS for seeing it through to the end! =D

    • Ahmed

      Thank you, Delphina!

  5. Simon C.

    It was a really fun comic, i’ll be looking forward your next project!

    In all cases, thanks for the great read!

    • Ahmed

      Thanks for reading! See you at Pastel Noir!

  6. Jens

    Thanks for making this. It was fun to read. πŸ˜€

    • Ahmed

      Thank you for reading πŸ™‚

  7. The man, man.

    Thanks man.

    Read through it all, and although it wasn’t super complex or anything, it was definitely a fun read. I’ll recommend it to anyone, because it really was nice.

    You’re the man now, man.

    • Ahmed

      Wow, thank you! I’m glad it was a fun read!

  8. Kaela Opalheart

    Found it all this time later, read it all in one night! Super amusing, great work dude ^.^ Plus, gotta say, you’ve really helped me feel better about the concept that that my very very basic skills at art don’t have to stop me from being able to make a cool story! πŸ˜€ But no matter what, it was a fun little comic. Nice animation too btw! Proud of you for pushing your limits and getting that done, odd as that might be to say years later lol. πŸ˜› Hope you’re doing fantastic nowdays! ^.^ *happy llama sounds*

    • Ahmed

      Whew, this is quite a while later! Thanks for the very kind words, and I’m sure you’ll make an awesome story!

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