"Krispy Kleenex!"

2006
May
19

Speaking of Opus, his comic on Sunday, May 14th contributed what, to me, is a great new way to refer to the “dead tree media”, as he deals with a young person so tech-involved that he may know the News, but doesn’t know the Paper…
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"Krispy Kleenex!"

  1. Clowns Around Says:

    […] In recent months, I have become an on-line acquaintance of some of the bestest artist/writers in the field of Webcomics. I will be giving them props here in the blog in the near future, right after I give props to my favorite Bloggers, some of whom I’ve known since the previous millennium. In the meantime, something in one of those comic strips that are printed on crispy kleenex has gotten my attention. […]

  2. WendellWit » Blog Archive » Happy Media and a Silly Sally Says:

    […] Now I personally believe that comics like Medium Large should avoid any kind of story-arcing whatsoever. I got a small knot in my stomach when Dinosaur Comics rolled “Captain Suggestable” over for two strips. Savage Chickens could never follow the adventures of regular characters, because, frankly, all the chickens look alike! And do readers of Wondermark want to see it turn into “Dilbert with God as the Pointy-Haired Boss“? I think not. In the “krispy kleenex” world of newspaper comics, Non-Sequitur does a double-somersault shark flip every time it changes gear from random single-panel gags to the adventures of the annoying Danae (a juvenile character who I fear will grow up, marry Calvin, and make his life a living hell after Hobbes mauls her pony Lucy). Webcomics that successfully combine a gag-a-day and a complex ongoing story are a totally different species. (And like the title character in Schlock Mercenary, they’re not always pretty.) […]

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