Something odd is happening.
Your head man, it’s a WMD. Also, Adwarr. That bridge of people is The Matrix material. Not as in plagiarism but as in paramount.
Side note: Is there a way to place bookmarks in these comics? I like to leave and come back much later to read up in big gulps. But when I do come back, I want to continue where I started, not start at the most recent entry and flip backwards, as I usually end up doing. I liked Memento but I’d rather not have to treat my comics that way.
Got any ideas?
Thank you very much! I wouldn’t go so far to say my head is a WMD, its more of a superfund site. I don’t think its very dangerous to other people but you wouldn’t want to live in there.
As for the book marking I think the closest you will get will be using one of Someone’s suggestions. A bookmarking feature would be handy and I do know of one webcomic that “remembers” where you were, Sequential Art (http://www.collectedcurios.com/sequentialart.php). But it is not a wordpress site as far as I can tell and thats a functionality that webcomic/inkblot does not have. If there is a plug-in that would support this then please let us know.
I recommend subscribing to the RSS feed using e.g. Thunderbird or even Live Bookmarks in Firefox.
The former will keep a rather complete history of what you have not yet read. The latter will only cover a couple of pages at any given time, so you should use a real RSS reader.
Someone, thanks for the tip. I never got into the RSS game, didn’t see the point. Guess i do now.
Dan, that was me spending my friday morning reading up on WtL, and from now on, all your RSS are belong to us.
RSS is a great way to follow comics. I read almost all of the 30ish webcomics I follow via RSS.
I had all my comics set up through Google’s Reader, which was like RSS – then they quit updating it. I lost my places in EVERYTHING. I just keep track on a document on my desktop now – or once I’m caught up just do my best to STAY caught up.
I thought these were humans he was running on, but looking at her ears, I guess not … what IS she??
I’ve always enjoyed the “descent Into Hell” type stories like Milton’s “Paradise Lost” or Dante’s “Divine Comedy”. the art on this is what i always dreamed one of those would look like if drawn by an artist with the skill to do it justice, but then it’s coupled with a story worthy of a straight ‘print’ edition all it’s own. arcane awesomeness incarnate.