All the crap I forgot to tell you, in one easy location.

  1. My x-ray is “clear”, meaning no broken foot, but still a big lump, so I’m trying to hunt down an MRI. Whee.
  2. I received my copy of the Webcomic Telethon Book over the weekend, and it’s really nice. 8.5" x 11 ", not overly thick, but with multiple comics per page so you get a really good review of what was in the telethon. Definitely worth your time, especially since the funds go back to the Red Cross.
  3. The Philadelphia Phillies did win their last game of the season, but so did Houston, so I’ll be getting a refund for my NLDS tickets sometime in the next few weeks (dammit!!). This year, I think I’ll be rooting for St. Louis through the postseason. And the Yankees, ’cause that’s what I do.
  4. Redesign of the site is about 2/3 of the way done.
  5. It’s October! That means we’re less than a month away from National Novel Writing Month . I’d really like to participate this year, so here’s the plan:
    • Fill up the comic buffer between now and November so I don’t have to worry about it.
    • Get some rough ideas thrown together on what I’m going to write about. (Feel free to throw suggestions in the forum.)
    • Subscribe to the NaNoWriMo podcast feed and the feed for their news service (done) to stay psyched
    • spend lots of quality time with my husband so he doesn’t disown me for taking on yet another project

That’s all for now, must go comic.

Telethon still on!

In case you didn’t know, the Hurricane Telethon is still going and going and going and going and going… It’s currently planning to run until Saturday morning! Keep checking back for more cool comics! And if you haven’t taken the opportunity to donate, you still have time!

In addition to being a great event for a worthy cause, this is some darn good entertainment!

Telethon Comic

My comic posted in the telethon sometime between 10:30 last night and 9:30 this morning. You can see it here. A lot of other good comics posted overnight as well – make sure you catch up on the archive.

The telethon has raised well over $21,000 so far, and enough of the webcomics community has come together on this one that they’ve extended the comics a third day, to the 15th.

Hurricane Katrina Telethon Comic

Marin and Rex (Remember him? The blonde supervisor? Oh, come on, I know it’s been a while but still…) cameo in a comic I wrote that’s running in the Hurricane Katrina Webcomics Telethon. The telethon site is updating with a new comic every 20 minutes for the next two days. Make sure to check it out — and if you can help, please do.