Half-Life is a franchise that its audience has sustained. Modders, writers, and concerned citizens all contributed to keeping the universe running without many new games and sufficient information, creating remakes like Black Mesa and brand-new games like Entropy: Zero 2, in addition to comics and supporter social networks. \n \nMetrocop.net covers all of that. A cult favorite among Half-Life enthusiasts, the previous website was a WordPress blog that gathered unauthorized comics, official Valve information, and blog pieces regarding modding and fan-run initiatives. Unfortunately, it stopped operating in 2018, six years after it began, but it is back up now in 2022. \n \nA brand-new version of the website that has been created from scratch has been a project of mine for the past three years, according to the website's founder, Mythos. So don't panic; new stuff, particularly essays on Half-Life topics every week, will be uploaded shortly once the comics archive is transferred. \n \nIn general, Mythos informs me that the Half-Life group is a laid-back bunch. They have my highest praise. All I want is for Half-Life enthusiasts to find my site cool. Not ignoring comic books, either. I still adore them dearly, and they play a significant role in the website's history. \n \nThere are already 675 comics on the website from numerous writers, and there will be more. They range from heartbreaking cinematic films made in Garry's Mod, like Kaden, to comic slapstick about rebels called "Jeff." All of them are free to view in their original form on the website, providing Half-Life fans with a venue to create original works to honor the series they like. \n \nRather than using illustrations, these comics are created in the Source engine, frequently using Garry's Mod, and most images are snapped. Because of this, each panel has a true Half-Life 2 vibe to it, bringing back fond memories as you read.