Q: What is your comic's update schedule?
A: Nite Stick is updated with a new comic strip every Monday, usually set to go up right at 12 AM.

Q: Why are some of your comics in black and white and others in color?
A: I started out doing black and white thinking it would make things quicker and easier. But then I started doing the same amount of work as I would with colors so I finished the first issue in all black and white then switched to color after that.

Q: Why does your comic art suck?
A: Because I suck at drawing. Give me time and let's hope it improves as we go.

Q: What's the deal with Nite Stick's head?
A: He wears a mask with big goggles that some how change with his facial expressions.

Q: How are there spoof characters and the actual characters in the same world together?
A: Nite Stick exists in a unique world where all the famous heroes we know and love do exist as real people but also have spoof/knock off versions of them running around as well. Clearly the spoofs are the B Team while the real deals are the A Team.

Q: What set up do you use to make your comics?
A: I do my drawing and line work with my Wacom Intus tablet using the GIMP program and then color and put the strip together in Paint Sho Pro.

Q: I find myself enjoying your comic and would like to support. How can I do such a thing?
A: A great question! While Nite Stick will always be a free to read web comic any support to help us grow is greatly appreciated. Currently we do have a Ko-Fi account set up where anyone wanting to help us out can do so there for just the price of a cup of coffee!

Q: How long does it take to make a comic strip?
A: Creating a strip start to finish can take anywhere from a couple of hours to about 4 or 5 depending on the detail of the work. With a full time job also taking up time I tend to stretch this time out over a few days. Free weekends are when I try and get as much done as possible.