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Hey guys so it’s come to my attention that the people who follow along via RSS feeds don’t always know when their favorite strips have updated, due to the way WP works with the way we basically just keep updating the same posts, blah blah blah. So: I’m going to try and post every day or so to let you know what strips have new content (though generally speaking, they tend to update once a week on a specific day as noted on the comic post).

Here’s a handy cheat-sheet for your reading pleasure:

MONDAYS
Danger Country by Levon Jihanian

THURSDAYS
Titan by Francois Vigneault (updates every two weeks)
SATURDAYS
Haunter by Sam Alden
SUNDAYS
Peepers by Patrick Keck
 Barring acts of god or laziness, those strips should update on those days every week. Today being Saturday, we have a new update of Sam Alden’s beautiful HAUNTER.

The last couple weeks have also seen some radical short pieces posted on the site:

Virginia – by Sam Humphries and Pete Toms

The Smog Emperor vs. The TV Guy – by Zack Soto

SPICY STORIES – Sally the Slut – by Ian Sundahl

Barfight – by Simon Roy

No Way Out For A Family of Five – by Sean T. Collins and Jonny Negron

Illustrious Reputikus and Rat – by Tim Root

So go get caught up, why don’t ya!

 

Linky tidbits:

  • Did I post my interview with Tom Spurgeon over on ComicsReporter yet? Because he was nice enough to interview me. What a guy!
  • Dan Nadel slams both the new Secret Prison solicitation text and the very act of using Kickstarter to crowd-source funding for comics publications. I have yet to use KS (though I have been pondering it), but it seems to me that there’s not a whole lot of difference between using the KS site to get pre-orders for your book, and using your own site to get pre-orders for your books, which Dan himself has done.. I don’t know, there’s a lot of rant-and-response going on there and in the comments, from people I respect even if I’m not in agreement with them. Worth a read, if you have 20-30 minutes to spare.

 

1 comment
  1. [...] Last time out we linked to Dan Nadel’s SP7/Kickstarter takedown on TCJ, and the comments brushfire keeps on ragin’.  There’s plenty to chew on, and also of interest is Study Group contributor Sean T. Collins’ post with thoughts about the whole thing over on his blog. It’s pretty good, measured, etc. I expect the comments will get lively on that one, if not quite as vehement. [...]

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