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About the comic:

Each minus strip is painted on a 15x20" piece of Illustration board. With this comic I am pretending I am making a comic strip for a newspaper in the early 20th century. A special newspaper that lets me use as much color as I want. I'm not much for comic strips so I don't know how long I'll be doing this one, so enjoy it while it lasts, I guess? It'll be updating every thursday until I suddenly stop! Making comics on giant paper is pretty neat though. Yeah.

20/7/2006 - 24! Like the show! There's some other show I'm watching now where a guy keeps renting DVDs of "25". I thought it was funny because I am stupid. Also I think I saw Ice Cube on one of the DVD covers. It's 5 am and I almost forgot I had a site to update. I've been trying to come up with ideas that use less panels. Probably I will have to try harder. Anyways, some stuff: I have joined a webcomic collective, apparently? I will say more about that once it starts up proper I guess? Also, that silly business I mentioned a few weeks ago about no new comics until next year. I changed my mind and will definitely start putting one up next month. It'll update once a month with 20 or so pages, I'll be able to swing it.

Finally, Barnacle Press - an excellent site full of old comic strips. maybe my favorite site on the interweb. READ ALL OF THE COMICS THERE. TWICE.



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