Update: March 2nd, 2011
Whoa! Naughty bits! That's why you read this comic anyways, isn't it? ;)
By the way, if you're not already following me on Twitter, I tweet when Nautica updates (as well as ramble on about this and that from time to time). If you're a fan of watching Livestream, it's also a great way to keep track of what I'm drawing.
Yes, there'll be more Nautica to come. The end of the online story arc is more so that I'm not drawing the same thing on paper later, diminishing the entertainment value of the purchased dead-tree version, and making me go sci-fi bonkers. I'm currently seeking avenues of distribution that are a little less rewarding for the publishers and a little more rewarding for the guy that drew the comic. Nothing against my previous publishers, just that I'd like to get paid a little more for the work. If that means self publishing (which happens to be a lot of work), then so it shall be. Again, not to villify the publishers, I would highly recommend you pay a visit to Jarlidium's website and pick up a copy of DSV Nautica issue one: Pirates and Premonitions. From what I've heard, my little comic book's been selling pretty good.