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Interrobang and LJ - changes
 interrobang_hub - (melannen)
09:49pm 27/01/2009
Zigismunda formosa posting in Interrobang Studios: Comics 3 Days a Week
As you may have noticed, we've been falling behind on keeping the LJ posts updated lately. However! That doesn't mean we've forgotten about you guys.

The Interrobang Studios website now has an RSS feed. That means that you can add interrobang_rss to your friendlist, and every time we post a strip or news to Interrobang.com, you will get a link to it on your friendslist. You can add interrobang_rss easily by clicking on this link.

We're going to stop even trying to update this community regularly, so if you want to get thrice weekly doses of !? goodness on your lj, you should add interrobang_rss. Just as convenient, and far more reliable than us artistic types!

The old posts are going to stay up here on interrobang_hub, but we're going to turn this old place into a fan and discussion community instead. I am changing the settings so that anybody who wants to talk about Interrobang Studios can make posts here - have fun!

Thanks for sticking with us! And if you have any problems or questions on using interrobang_rss, ask in the comments here and I'll do my best to help you out!

(PS: If you're the sort of person who knows about things like rss feedreaders, you can also subscribe to the raw Interrobang xml feed at http://www.interrobangstudios.com/rss.php )
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 interrobang_hub - (lonym82)
03:54pm 14/01/2009
LONym82 posting in Interrobang Studios: Comics 3 Days a Week

For those of you who might wonder why Bob isn't concerned for herself, two words: Meat Shield.
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Dark Intruder: A Little Traveling Music, Please!
 interrobang_hub - (kevinbolkart)
10:08pm 28/12/2008
The Kevin posting in Interrobang Studios: Comics 3 Days a Week

This is Sarah, in for Kevin tonight. He finished the strip and is headed back to bed. Over this (otherwise awesome) Holiday weekend, he contracted a stomach flu/food poisoning. With the abundance of leftovers of varying ages and trustworthiness, there's a significant chance he ate something disagreeable. Yet, my aunt and my cousin-in-law (who were exposed to an entirely different collection of leftovers) also suffered digestive-distress at different points during the weekend. A true mystery and one worthy of a news post.
location: home
mood: contemplativecontemplative
music: kitty scratching on her new post! Good Kitty!!
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 interrobang_hub - (lonym82)
08:08pm 17/12/2008
LONym82 posting in Interrobang Studios: Comics 3 Days a Week

I find it funny but all the women protrayed in this comic have made icons out of their images. Can't blame, they are awesome pics.
music: Paternal Horn
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Dark Intruder: Running on Empty
 interrobang_hub - (xerahanadu)
01:05am 15/12/2008
XerahAnadu posting in Interrobang Studios: Comics 3 Days a Week

Kevin's been cleaning out the studio flat-file this week. He's uncovered a goldmine of old sketches, doodles, and pre-Interrobang comics. Back in the day, Kevin headed "Severed Limb Studios." They put out a number of paper-style comic books, and had a whole gallery of characters and features. Dark Intruder, Smart Girl, A Girl Named Bob, Punker Darren, and the Trigger Star crew all had their very first appearances in those old books. There were other features that have not continued here at Interrobang,including the long-lost "Martha Stewart & Vlad the Impaler Gardening Special."

He uncovered scripts from a cannibalism episode a host of others which have held up very well over the years. Perhaps we will share some--with permission of the original author, of course.

In other, more festive news, the studio staff decked our holiday shrubbery this evening. We have a teeny-tiny artificial Christmas tree from the early 1990's--the kind of thing that gives Charlie Brown's evergreen an ego-boost. Since there are four cats in the house, setting it up is a futile hope at best. Most of them could take the tree in a fair fight (or at least two out of three falls). To save on broken ornaments, puked pine needles, and a Sisyphussian cycle of righting the tree on a 2 minute interval, we lashed the base of our nineteen-inch, artificial tree upside-down to a beam in the loft. I imagine that people with children do similar things.
mood: amusedamused
music: Sally's reading the Grinch who stole Christmas. (not in the Boris Karloff voice)
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