Latest Comic Updates
The Custom pager module for Drupal is what makes it possible to do a webcomic site with Drupal. It's not the whole reason but it's a key piece.
A couple notes for using it -- one if you want the first and last links you're going to have to add a couple lines to the module file and to the CSS file. I think the more "correct" way is to put it in the template file for the theme (instructions here).
Apparently I had rain on the brain when I was drawing stuff in 2006.
Another one from 2006.
I think I did this in 2006.
James Turner had a contest back in the Spring of 2008 -- he wrote a script for his comic, Beaver & Steve and then let everyone have a crack at drawing it. So what the heck I took a go at it. I didn't win, but I thought I did a decent job with it.
I did this one back in October of 2007. I hope the parody was more current than (but knowing how far behind I am sometimes on pop culture -- who knows!?) and let's see... is Chopping Block updating circa mid-2009? Well it's been a couple months since the last update, but more or less yeah it looks like Lee's making comics this year.
When ComixTalk was Comixpedia and we had multitudes working on the site, I had a corner off the main page where I blogged (I mostly although Erik aka Giant Panda wrote regularly too). The blog was called "24 Hour Pixel People". At some point (by 2005 definitely) we spiked the blog and rolled everything together back on the front page of ComixTalk.
Band of musicians OR angsty new superheroes? Maybe both!