So, I haven't been too active around here lately, and from what I can tell Iwaku has just gotten ridiculously popular all of a sudden (Seems that way to my eyes, anyway). So I'm curious, how many MSPA fans do we have around here nowadays, anyway? This may or may not be a leading question, depending on the answer to it. Now for those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, MSPA stands for "MS Paint Adventures", a kind of comic which as far as I can tell was invented by one Andrew Hussie; after trying a few formats that fell flat and never saw an ending, he successfully completed an entire story based on user suggestions in a single year; this is Problem Sleuth, and it is amazing. It's in a vaguely prohibition-era setting, involves three sleuths working together to solve puzzles and ultimately open the door to their office building. Throughout the story just about everything from old-school adventure games to theoretical physics is parodied, and you just have to be there to understand. But with how long it is, it'd take a while to read all of it. And after the conclusion of Problem Sleuth, he decided to tell a story about four kids playing a game, which quickly degenerated (or evolved, or mutated, or whatever you want to call it) into a story about a multiverse of insanity that I could not possibly hope to summarize in under five paragraphs. This would take even longer to catch up on, but it, too, is amazing, and ongoing. It's here. That out of the way, I suppose we might discuss the comic here if anyone's so inclined. So, what do you think?