Content Notice

Hi!
For starters, this is a quick FYI that Terraform has some nudity and strong language that is considered NSFW (Not Safe For Work) and may not gel with your current age / culture / religion / etc. Got it? Great! Nothing in this comic is meant to intentionally offend, upset, or otherwise hurt people, but if you see a nipple, a swear word, or adult situations like someone paying their bills, don’t say I didn’t warn you. To be crystal clear, nothing in this comic is pornographic. 90s manga had quite a bit of influence on me growing up, and that inspiration takes form in the early chapters of Terraform.

 

A Bit about Terraform

Terraform is, as I’ve affectionately come to call it, a comic about Life, Love, the Universe, Friendship, and Pancakes. The original tagline was “everything changes,” which should give you an idea of what you’re in for. A personal project that’s been in development for several years (it started when I was a lot closer to the age of the characters), it ultimately saw a sort of soft reboot after the first four chapters were done, resulting in the comic you see now. Though it’s gone through a lot of changes, at it’s core Terraform remains a comic about four friends going through some serious, sudden changes and trying to figure out how to make the most of their situation… and what it means to be anything but human.

 

When will there be new pages?

New pages are currently planned for the first and third Saturday of every month, but it depends heavily on my own ability to get those pages ready in time.

 

Is this for sale in print? Can I buy things I don’t need but do want featuring the characters?

As a comic, I currently plan on Terraform being available online for free as long as I can keep it that way (webhosting costs money). There may eventually be printed volumes available, though those will be purely optional. I also plan on restarting my online store by the end of 2020 (this miserable hell year we’re all living through) and having Terraform items there, such as stickers, pins, and such. Purchase of those will show that there’s interest in this little comic of mine!

 

The site looks weird.

Try Chrome, or an alternative like “De-Googled” Chromium. Unfortunately I have next to no web development experience, so most of this is cobbled together with WordPress and add-ons. I typically use Firefox, but it also has strange issues that don’t happen with Chromium-based browsers. If something is completely broken – or if you have a good idea for how to improve things – you an email me at admin@retroheart.net.