I've probably needed to summarize this for a while, but there were a lot of details undecided.
As I've posted before (but maybe not directly all at once), I once made a comic with
many years ago called Peeved. Continuing it or restarting it is often requested. We've been talking about restarting it for at least a year or so, in December we had a story and I started drawing it. The first comic is done, aside from some details on the cover and credits page.
We're planning for it to be a digital comic we'll sell. That's probably a controversial choice considering the older version was a free webcomic. What we're thinking of doing is having a Kickstarter to fund the comic. We'd have a tier goal that was just to see this first comic, and it would only be released to the backers. Then other tiers would be for additional issues of the comic. The Kickstarter result will be the guaranteed length of the series, unlike a webcomic where it's only as long as the authors have the time for it. Each backer would get their copy of any comics they funded through Kindle (other place have such long submission times they wouldn't be realistic choices). We'd also sell them on at least Kindle individually, hoping the two funding sources together would equal enough to follow through with the series to the end.
At least at this point, each chapter would be 10 pages long, in color, and have a unique cover. That would allow more rapid updates than 22 or 30 pages, but 10 pages is enough that the stories could at least be sometimes self-contained.
This restarted Peeved will be PG-13. Although the original was rated R, this seemed like a better choice. Rated R items can often be incorrectly lumped in with porn, and then both have a sigma to buying them, as well as the thought that porn should be free. A PG-13 comic seemed like it could be more well-rounded and just have a wider variety of stories.
I'm still working on artwork needed for the kickstarter, as well as some rewards. I'll have something more visual when the Kickstarter starts.