Posted September 23, 2008 at 12:00 am
Today's webcomic homey is the fantastic Howard Tayler's Schlock Mercenary. Tron Guy reads this comic, for God's sake. How can you NOT?

Everyone seems to be pretty happy about the open archives. We broke every record for traffic yesterday. Hopefully we can build on that success in the next few weeks. During October and November I'm looking to add some needed upgrades to existing chunks of the site. Stay tuned!
Posted September 22, 2008 at 12:00 am

I'll have a longer post later (I'm typing this from Optics class, to which I really need to pay attention), but so you know, I've opened up the first 480 comics for your viewing enjoyment. The art's a little rough, but I think the jokes hold up okay. For old readers, it's a chance to browse the stuff from long ago. For new readers, consider this the day I updated with 481 comics.


Posted September 21, 2008 at 12:00 am
Today's webcomic homey is Creatures in My Head by Andrew Bell. Every other day, he takes a phrase and draws a monster based on it. The art is amazing, and (just a little) reminiscent of Brian Froud. Great stuff.

Also, I'm looking for a way to revitalize the forum. The first thing I want to do is get nicer forum software. Anybody have any recommendations?
Posted September 20, 2008 at 12:00 am
Today's webcomic homey is Randy Milholland's rather famous Something Positive. It's one of the best written strips in webcomics, and it's also the best ad buy you can make if you're advertising on a comic site.
Posted September 19, 2008 at 12:00 am
Big thanks to the guys at Explosm for the friendly link. I had a brief opportunity to chat with them at Comic-Con, and they seem like really cool guys. You probably all already read their strip, but go check it out anyway.

ALSO, Scott Kurtz just came at with a cartoonist's fantasy of a product - a resin maquette of his character, Scratch. If you're a reader of his, or a fan of cats holding wrenches, I highly recommend it.