Monday, June 06, 2005

A Forthcomic Explanation

19 comments:

  1. Oh yeah, dig. Totally.

    I find OMG PACKING AAAA works well for this too.

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  2. I dunno, I find the idea of a Webcomics Tabloid very amusing. I think someone should make one.

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  3. As long as everyone votes for me at the WCCAs, I'm fine with this.

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  4. I know how you feel, Ping... (sigh) I just want it to all be over. What a pain...

    -Abby
    (http://greenavenger.keenspace.com)

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  5. Cricket: I thought it was an AWESOME idea, but highly doubt I have the personality type (and time) to carry this kind of thing off. If someone does take up the idea though, I have no doubt they won't have a shortage of material!

    Abby: Tell me about it. Think about about good uses the energy wasted arguing over the damn thing could have been put to use to.

    Like making comics. ;)

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  6. It's probably a good thing I've steered clear of all the broo-ha-ha lately, considering how much trouble I've had just coming up with comics and drawing them. If I'd been entangled in "discussions," I probably wouldn't have gotten anything drawn.

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  7. excellent comic Ping.


    As for the tabloid idea I'm glad that no one is leaping to label Comixpedia as such :)

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  8. "I WAS JOEY MANLEY'S LOVE SLAVE"
    "TORG TORPEDOED? SUPER EXCLUSIVE HINTS"
    "THE SECRET HISTORY OF WEBSNARK: HOW MANY BODIES IN BURNS' BASEMENT?"

    Yep, this is fun!

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  9. Ok, that made me laugh non-stop for a whole minute!

    The next thing you know someone steals two copies of the latest Flight anthology before it's published, tries to sell them for a ridiculous price, and two reporters try to buy them, resulting in a gun being fired!

    Hmm... "The Webcomics Tattler" has a ring to it, though... do you think?

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  10. Hm, I forgot, you're across the pond, right? So your definition of "tabloid" is a little different from mine. Maybe just a hair more redeemable.

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  11. lol
    i love those headlines too.
    forget "player v player" - it's "webcartoonist v webcartoonist"! it's fun watching it from the stalls.
    meanwhile, outside the teacup, the world continues to turn... ;)

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  12. For a fan of drama, I surprisingly managed to avoid all the latest episodes so far. Wonder if they are getting more boring or it's me that just changed.

    As for a webcomic tabloid... That might be the best idea ever. Only the news section of a great many webcomics already take that place.

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  13. Minivet: Heh no. Over here the tabloids are just as disreputable. I mean... the Sun and Daily Mirror. Or News of the World. Nuff said.

    RPin: You've got a good point. That actually makes it easier for anyone wanting to create a webcomics tabloid...

    Damn, I almost hope someone makes one now. It'd be hilarious.

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  14. Must...resist...temptation...

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  15. I lolled.

    Hard.

    Whoever came up with this is a God among men.

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  16. wvw... "some guy called xmung"!!!??
    lol

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  17. "THE SECRET HISTORY OF WEBSNARK: HOW MANY BODIES IN BURNS' BASEMENT?"

    Hah hah ha... silly person....

    I don't have a basement.

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