Even worse is if the strip doesn't continue to update: there's the risk of it coming to an end.Few things are more disheartening than finally catching up with the current strip and seeing an author's note listing the end of the comic. Strips with less intense update schedules (say, three times a week) rarely suffer Archive Panic, nor do strips that have suffered various Schedule Slip incidents. Maybe a friend told you, maybe you were pointed to it by another site. This is the Archive Panic: when a reader is scared off from reading a comic by the sheer volume of its archives.Heck, maybe it was This Very Wiki or the other one. This is far more common with daily comics, which can easily have lengthy archives by sheer weight of longevity.Thus the time to click the 'next' button and the time for the page to upload can equal the few seconds needed to read each day's strip.What's worse is that the strip is continuing to update while you're reading through the archive, making it even harder to catch up.A game that one person breezes through might take hours more of playtime for another, and that's just on one entry in a series.The site Archive Binge lets you subscribe to a webcomic's archive via an RSS feed at a rate you choose, allowing you to attempt to avoid panic.
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