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11 years ago @ The Underfold - Project: Tango Uniform · 1 reply · +1 points

Will you be including guest comics in this collection?

11 years ago @ The Underfold - The True Story Of Baby... · 1 reply · +2 points

I'm rather jealous that I didn't think of this. Oh well. At least I have my Jesi of Infinite Realities.

11 years ago @ The Underfold - Robot From The Future · 0 replies · +1 points

If anyone else out there wants my guy to come in and make and ending for your web-comic for you, let me know!

11 years ago @ The Underfold - Robot From The Future · 2 replies · +1 points

First you do an Apocalyptic scenario thing, and now you're having an evil robot come after Brian? My guest comic was super-prophetic.

11 years ago @ The Underfold - Remembering · 0 replies · +1 points

When I was very young, I wanted to be a mailman more than anything. For some reason, that fell by the wayside, and my next dream was to write and/or draw comic books. I'm still carrying that torch.

11 years ago @ The Underfold - Degrees Of Letdown · 1 reply · +1 points

Have you ever watched "Eureka" or "Warehouse 13"? They're both on the Sci-Fi Channel and I think they're both pretty good.

11 years ago @ The Underfold - Degrees Of Letdown · 1 reply · +1 points

X-Files and LOST are two different kinds of shows. Same basic genre, yes, but on the one hand, you have supernatural investigators basically dealing with a creature-of-the-week. Except for a few choice plot elements, X-Files had pretty quick payoff. LOST, on the other hand, was initially about a group of survivors both learning how to live with each other and trying to find their way home. Eventually, it became about things like random time-travel and mystical god-like (yet still incredibly human) beings. Also, LOST was a lot more reliant on inter-episode continuity. If I see a re-run of X-Files on, I can watch it without trying to figure out what the context is. If I see a re-run of LOST, well, I won't watch it because you can't just watch one episode.

They're both good shows that work for different reasons, and in my opinion, they've both earned their places in their pantheon. As has Fringe, though Fringe really hit its stride with the second season and we'll have to wait and see if it has the same staying power as LOST or X-Files.

11 years ago @ The Underfold - Remaking Classics · 1 reply · +1 points

They ARE remaking Short Circuit.

12 years ago @ The Underfold - Parenting During A Zom... · 1 reply · +1 points

Pretty soon Robobrian is going to come back and slaughter them all. My guest comic, it is prophetic.

12 years ago @ The Underfold - Too Hannah Montana · 0 replies · +1 points

If you wanna break your Disney image, I hear a post-apocalyptic storyline might do it. What with the dying and the fights and the whatnot.