It's also just one story, and I have a lot of them in my head; I do like sketching them, and I might like writing them as words, but I most enjoy the planning, the background material, the content.
I also keep wondering if I went too far in dismissing Oyschlisn, my rather-depressing other webcomic series. It is another story that's still in my head, and I did like the freedom I felt when using that angle as an approach for the human condition. The pain that inspired Oyschlisn is still with me, just as the feelings that inspire my love of humanity, the search for meaning (Eckslang), and various other explorations. Maybe I should start thinking of each story as an angle-with-a-life-of-its-own.