You are a young boy who recently moved into a suburb neighborhood.
And you very much enjoy music, so you want to save your money to buy those sweet new headphones you've been wanting.
But you're too young to have a job, so your solution?
Make a lemonade stand!
You've seen it in movies.
Hollywood would never lie to you!
But before we get this adventure going, tell us your name.
First Time Reader?/What is New Kid about?:
New Kid is a comic I started several years ago as a fun thing to do. Eventually it became a serious project as the story developed and is one of the oldest active running adventures on the mspaforums.
I'm currently an art student in college and the update schedule varies based on when I have the time to or not.
New Kid is about a group of kids, Mark, Lora, Kate and Brad who are currently struggling with having to move away from each other. Mark, the most recent to move, enters a sweepstakes to win free mp3 players. The rules of the contest dictate a higher chance of winning should the entrant refer others to participate. Mark convinces his friends to enter, and much to their surprise, the four of them are winners and receive their gifts in the mail. However, strange things begin to occur once the prizes are delivered. Soon the kids find themselves in a grave situation...
Comedy, Adventure, Psychological Horror,
Blood, violence, child death, depressive themes,
Kate and CC
BB Coding Error:
You also may notice the messed up BB coding in older updates. This is from when the forums got switched and I haven't gone back to fix all of the coding.
> Oh man bro the first rule of the sales industry is location location location! Right now you only have a potential client base of five households. That's at most ten money making individuals and not all of them will be interested in your product. Relocate further up the street. On the corner of a busy intersection if there's one nearby. Once that's done you need to worry about marketing. A million kids have lemonade stands, why should people go to you instead of one of your competitors? You need an ad campaign that wows the populace.