choochoobear:

S*P a la old school Dungeons & Dragons red box design, finished design.

choochoobear:

S*P a la old school Dungeons & Dragons red box design, finished design.

choochoobear:

My version of the original Dungeons & Dragons red box art.

choochoobear:

My version of the original Dungeons & Dragons red box art.

elenilote replied to your post: Ten Years of Reading Webcomics

o_o Annie…wow. That is a beautiful thing to behold, my inner OCD is squeaking in delight! :) Also, I could never sustain something that long, so good on you!

It is terrifying, isn’t it, lol. I think me using Mozilla Suite (then Phoenix/Firebird/Firefox) since 2003 has had something to do with the bookmarks lasting that long.

Ten Years of Reading Webcomics

Seeing Digger on my dash this morning was bittersweet, bitter because it’s finished, and sweet because I tead it for a very long time.

It also led to me remembering that it’s ten years since I could first afford the internet at home, and that shortly after I had my very own internet connection, I discovered web comics.  I don’t remember exactly how I discovered their existence, but I do remember Queen of Wands started it all off, followed very very shortly by Something Positive, which I’m still reading today.

I’ve managed to keep my bookmarks going for all that time.

The problem with keeping bookmarks going that long is I am horrendously bad at housekeeping.  I’ve tried a few times to move webcomics that have vanished/finished to the bottom of the list, or ones I have several bookmarks for because I was catching up or because they’re favourite strips.  At one point I even tried splitting the bookmarks into two, and (horror) even deleted a few finished strips, some of which ended up going back on when I realised I wanted to read them all over again.

What I’ve ended up with is two different sets of comic bookmarks, partially ordered, spanning the entire ten years.  Some of the links on those lists don’t go anywhere now, which is sad, because they’re usually the comics I was really hoping would come back after a hiatus.  So the bookmarks are a complete mess, partially ordered in places, and possibly only useable by myself, but I know where my favourites are, and it’s kind of comforting to see all that history there.

So this is what ten years of webcomics looks like in bookmark form, if you’re me.

  • Beijing: we want lights and precision and a good clean night
  • London: FUCK IT LETS MAKE IT THE SHIRE AND GET FRANK TURNER! AND LETS MAKE THE WHOLE THING VICTORIAN, BRING LOCKHEART TOO ONLY IF HE HAS A TOP HAT, MUSTN'T FORGET JK ROWLING AND BRING MR BEAN TOO ONLY IF YOU DO A CHARIOT OF FIRE MONTAGE. DAMMIT LETS HAVE A SHIT TON OF LIGHTY BEDS AND ABOUT 12 MARY POPPINS, NOW WE MUST MONTAGE BRILLIANT ENGLISH MUSIC AND THROW A SLIGHT TARDIS NOISE TO THROW THE WHOVIANS INTO PANDEMONIUM, ALSO WE MUST QUOTE THE HUNGER GAMES TO TRY AND BRING BACK THE DISTRICTS NOW LETS GET THE QUEEN AND JAMES BOND, OH FUCK IT THROW THEM OUT OF A PLANE, ITS OUR OLYMPICS AND THIS IS WHAT WE SHALL DO WITH IT, YOU KNOW WHY? BECAUSE FUCK YOU THAT'S WHY

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potatofreek:

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again.
You are a melodramatic little fucker and I love you. <3

I said, when I saw this, ‘Heh, Benedict standing on top of the roof, BBC is trolling everyone.’

Little did I know the Beeb’s trolling was just the start of ‘Great Britain trolls the entire fucking world for 4 hours.’

Is a happy little Briton tonight.

xombiedirge:

Deadpool vs Disneyland by Ula Mos &amp; Jamie Tyndall

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Deadpool vs Disneyland by Ula Mos & Jamie Tyndall

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Akira by Alexander Iaccarino

S/N high gloss limited edition print, available in various sizes. US shipping only, HERE.

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