Bell-Blogging Blues

Given the dearth of comments that plague many a blog, one can’t help but wonder if he or she is speaking into a vacuum. At least, that’s the way it sometimes feels to me, being the lonely cartoonist toiling away week in and week out for the invisible “masses”.

Maybe if you’re reading this post, you could wave and drop me a comment below. Feel good Friday, right? To sweeten the pot, I’ll mail a PCW sticker to one random commenter. You have until Sunday…

Get a postin’!


Update: Based on the number of comments and a random number generator – I’m pleased to report that we have a winner! ShadowWing Tronix – please get in touch with me to claim your prize!

About the author

Krishna Sadasivam creates custom comics and illustrations for organizations, magazines and companies. A champion of comics advocacy, Krishna speaks, blogs, and writes articles on illustration and sequential arts techniques and the importance of the comics medium in both education and brand awareness. His clients have included Microsoft, Mashable, Other World Computing and EE Times. His work has been featured on many notable websites, including TechCrunch, Gizmodo and CNET. His portfolio can be found at

  • tarl


    Trust me, your cartoons aren’t going unheeded.

    • Krishna M. Sadasivam

      aww.. :) thanks!

  • t3rminus

    *comment drop* !! It’s like a mic drop, but on a blog.

  • Thomas

    More uncubed3 and you’ll get many, many readers back who immensely enjoyed reading about your family.

    But then again, uncubed3 is the icing on the cake for your already substantial reader base who follow your site regularly.

    Alas, combined … Bible-like distribution.

    Get thee hence to yon drawing board.


    Berlin, Germany

    • Krishna M. Sadasivam

      Hypothetically speaking: What if I were to post new Uncubed comics on Say on a once per week basis? So, two PCW comics and 1 UN3?

      Curious to hear your thoughts…

      • Michael Kinyon

        That could work. Of course, it would be much better if it were on a five day per week basis … per comic.


        • Krishna M. Sadasivam

          2013, the year of cloning – imagine how many comics I could get finished if I had a replicant?

  • Wallace M Fajardo

    I only choose to comment when I have something to add to the conversation. I despise vapor comments like, “first, any question that can be googled,gj, like, etc.” :D

    • Krishna M. Sadasivam

      Aye! Makes sense. :)

  • Ben Fulton

    I’m leaving you a comment, but I didn’t actually read your post. :-P

    • Krishna M. Sadasivam

      hahaha – thanks, Ben. I think :p

  • tmcelmurry

    So have we really come to a point where we’ll comment for a prize? You bet we have!! Give me that sticker, come on man…give it here. :)

    I know I don’t comment enough, but I do enjoy what you do Krishna, keep up the good work my man, may your comments be many, and your trolls be few. :)

    Side note, the dialog in panel 2, reads funny to me. Should the “My” be there. Happy Friday.

    • Krishna M. Sadasivam

      Fixed! Thank you sir!

  • mboruff

    Well by the pics of your book you know people read your site pretty much daily. I do know some whose blog never gets read outside of family though.

  • Timothy Dempsey

    I echo a lot that went before, I’m a regular reader but until I have something to add…(like: “Krishna, I named a character in my comic after you” for example) P.S. I feel your pain

  • Pifman

    Hello! New reader here. Been checking out the comic whenever I happen across a new one in my Twitter feed, but haven’t had any comment-worthy feedback.

    • Krishna M. Sadasivam

      Welcome to the fold, Pifman! :)

  • kaitou

    I know the feeling. I haven’t had a comment on my site (barring spam) since last April.

  • Kevin Rubin

    Is this because there’s no comments on the previous two entries?

    • Krishna M. Sadasivam

      lol – it’s just an observation in general. Of course, I’m always appreciative of your comments, Kevin. Thank you for your contributions!

  • Bjornski

    Avid PCWeenies blog follower reporting! :D
    Keep up the good cartooning!

  • Ben

    Sometimes it’s hard to come up with something to post. That said. Sometimes it’s good to just throw out a ‘Love the strip. Keep up the solid work!’

    • Krishna M. Sadasivam

      Thanks, Ben!

  • Martin T. Laurent

    Just HOW random a comment do you want…?

  • ahein

    Ask a question, submit to social bookmarketing and give away a t-shirt. Then you get tons of comments.

  • Brian Benton

    I read this strip every week and love it. I will gladly post a comment for a chance to get a PCW Sticker! When I win I will be glad to talk about it online. I get plenty of comment son my blog; unfortuneatly I have to block 99% of the posts because they are spam!

    • Krishna M. Sadasivam

      Thanks, Brian!

  • Jake Eskel

    Nothing comment worthy to say to a non-geeky strip.
    And I have the sneaking suspicion: Nothing comment-worthy for a GEEKY strip either.

  • qka

    Put me down in the “I;ll comment when I have something to add” column.

    More Uncubed would be great! I follow the PCWeenies and Uncubed RSS feeds, so when You post, I find out about it. I can understand how the excitement of being expecting, and of the newborn, can lead to lots of comics. Now that Sonia is a few years old, the terrible twos, and all that, maybe aren’t just as comic worthy. I remember when Uncubed started you said that this was a project for her, for when she would be old enough to appreciate how you recorded her life in your unique way. The rest of us also enjoy being vicarious members of your family. :)

  • ashish chatterjee

    … and I just caught up on this via RSS.
    My blog posts are in list of uncommented (and probably unread) ones. But then, the (rare) satisfaction of being able to take time out, organize one’s thought and write something is good enough for me.