The year was 2002, in a more fancier section of Seattle a would-be cartoonist known as "Hyu91" was chatting online with a few of his friends, he bragged to them "I'm going to revolutionize webcomics!", and linked one of his latest strips.
After looking at this link a fair number of "lols!" had appeared, everyone had enjoyed Hyu91's simplistic but well done work. A few questions were traded along with critcisms but everyone enjoyed it, and so a new webcomic entitled "No Buddy" was launched.
The years would pass as more people would read the comic, but at that point something changed with the comics style, no longer was it quite as "spirited" as it once was. Hyu91's craftsmanship had improved drastically as the webcomic almost looked professional when stacked up by a contemporary "Manga", but something wasn't right.
During those years Hyu91's wrote the comic far differently than he used to, no longer was it a simple quick and funny strip. At this point he had attempted to inject drama, character arcs, and what humor remained were simple references to whatever happened to be in at the time.
In 2007 "No Buddy" was loosing much of its audience, more and more readers became bored with the comics writing and soon the readership had dwindled to Hyu91's few remaining friends, early into 2008 "No Buddy" was ended.
Hyu91 had become disappointed with the end results feeling that he had done everything right, telling his friends "I knew what was in! I knew what people wanted! What went wrong?". One of his friends responded "I'll be honest, your comic lost much of its spark around '06, the characters just...really weren't there, imo".
Hyu91 reacted to this with "THEY WEREN'T THERE? IS THAT ALL YOU HAVE TO OFFER? i WAS SPENDING ENTIRE DAYS WRITING THAT STUFF! i WANTED EVERYONE TO READ MY COMIC!!!", an argument followed with Hyu91's 2 remain friends leavig him.
In 2010 the archive for "No Buddy" was closed down by the sites host, and Hyu91 dedicated his internet life to the popular "CaveMatter" game, ignoring what few fans await his return.