I have worked on multiple projects and websites over the years, but, when I started Omake Theater, I promised myself I would be the sole driving force behind the site's content and to never create stuff that I don't like. That means, for better or worse, I am the litmus test for what does or does not get created. Trust me, I am more than aware that this philosophy is not without its shortcomings.
A lot of more popular webcomics/webtoons offer a consistent tone and narrative structure. This allows their audience to properly set their own personal expectations. People find comfort in knowing what they will get when they go somewhere or read/watch/listen to something. The content on Omake Theater, on the other hand, can feel unbalanced or random at times. That's mainly because if content can make me laugh and smile it meets all the site's requirements.
I've been making content for Omake Theater for almost 11 years now and I still look forward to creating new stuff. Would the site have been more popular if I had assumed a populous driven philosophy? Possibly, but I doubt I would have been able to maintain my creative longevity for as long as I have if I did. For those of you who have been with me and/or are going to be with me for the long haul, I'm not going anywhere, either, and you're definitely on the list.