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Actually, the story list of the new version is pretty much done (though the links to character profiles etc are dead, and there's probably a bunch of spelling errors and "XXXPUT HERE LATERXXX" parts scattered around. I thought I might as well upload it anyway:
http://fagshategod.co.uk/storyinfo/greekletters.html

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It's actually more of a multiverse, now, as many of the stories could in no way coexist with each other. There's an old page here:
http://www.fagshategod.co.uk/writing/chrono.html
The updated version is basically just a load of those pages, separated out, and with way more obscure old stories I did as a kid added in. Some of those old stories never even had the first page finished, but I'm a completist!

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Hourly Comics 2018 / Hourly Comics Rules
« on: February 13, 2018, 05:39:01 am »
Now more quoted than ever!
Introduction:

Hourly Comics day was started in 2006 by John Cambell, and they were originally consolidated on the original Hourly Comics Forums, here:
http://www.tencentticker.com/msgbrd/index.php.

As time went on, they eventually drifted onto social networks, hashtags and things. But I prefer them to be all in one forum, you can comment on them more readily, and read several at a time. The social networks have a number of disadvantages:

Tumblr - Commenting is annoying, every 'reblog' counts as a 'note', you might have thousands between every comment. Plus going on the "hashtag" will jumble up everybody's pages, you might have one page of one comic, then three of another, then another, then the next page of the first one. Oh and Tumblr pages don't have any blog-like "calendar", if you want to read a prolific blogger's hourly comic in July... time to search 20 pages!
Twitter - Even less "organised" than Tumblr, the images all pop up in a popup window, if it's too small to read, tough luck!
Facebook - You have to go to people's profiles individually, the size restrictions restrict the number of panels / size of text / scribblyness of a page. And they might have set it to 'friends only' when they uploaded it.
Deviantart - Erm, not bad. But still not as "all in one place"-ey as a forum. And have you ever tried to look for Sexton Blake on there? page after page of blurred photos of rust, before you get to something interesting.
Myspace - All the disadvantages of Facebook, only slower
Google+ - Nobody uses Google+

How to do it:

Every Feb 1st (some people do it on other days, or random days throughout the year, or several days in a row, etc...), draw a comic about what you did for every hour you are awake!

The "rules" are otherwise pretty loose (you don't have to rush to make a comic in a minute if you woke up at 7:59). The main point is to have fun, and be entertaining!

The Internet bit:

At the end of the day (or during the day, or, more likely, the next day!), upload your comics somewhere that allows hotlinking, and then create a thread on here. Use [img] tags to post it. Please make your thread title follow the following format, as follows:

Name - Location (In/Complete!)

The name and location are fairly obvious. If you are uploading a comic during Feb 1st, then add a note to say that it is incomplete. Once it's finished, change this to complete.

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Hourly Comics 2017 / Re: Michael Martin, Osaka, Japan (Complete!)
« on: September 28, 2017, 11:40:20 am »
A wild new user appears! Guess I'd better get the 2018 forum section up a bit quicker than this one, eh?

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Hourly Comics 2017 / Re: Michael Martin, Osaka, Japan (Complete!)
« on: September 03, 2017, 09:16:50 pm »
Test
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Hourly Comics 2017 / Michael Martin, Osaka, Japan (Complete!)
« on: February 02, 2017, 12:59:21 pm »












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Hourly Comics 2017 / Hourly Comics Rules
« on: February 01, 2017, 01:26:58 pm »
Introduction:

Hourly Comics day was started in 2006 by John Cambell, and they were originally consolidated on the original Hourly Comics Forums, here:
http://www.tencentticker.com/msgbrd/index.php.

As time went on, they eventually drifted onto social networks, hashtags and things. But I prefer them to be all in one forum, you can comment on them more readily, and read several at a time. The social networks have a number of disadvantages:

Tumblr - Commenting is annoying, every 'reblog' counts as a 'note', you might have thousands between every comment. Plus going on the "hashtag" will jumble up everybody's pages, you might have one page of one comic, then three of another, then another, then the next page of the first one. Oh and Tumblr pages don't have any blog-like "calendar", if you want to read a prolific blogger's hourly comic in July... time to search 20 pages!
Twitter - Even less "organised" than Tumblr, the images all pop up in a popup window, if it's too small to read, tough luck!
Facebook - You have to go to people's profiles individually, the size restrictions restrict the number of panels / size of text / scribblyness of a page. And they might have set it to 'friends only' when they uploaded it.
Deviantart - Erm, not bad. But still not as "all in one place"-ey as a forum. And have you ever tried to look for Sexton Blake on there? page after page of blurred photos of rust, before you get to something interesting.
Myspace - All the disadvantages of Facebook, only slower
Google+ - Nobody uses Google+

How to do it:

Every Feb 1st (some people do it on other days, or random days throughout the year, or several days in a row, etc...), draw a comic about what you did for every hour you are awake!

The "rules" are otherwise pretty loose (you don't have to rush to make a comic in a minute if you woke up at 7:59). The main point is to have fun, and be entertaining!

The Internet bit:

At the end of the day (or during the day, or, more likely, the next day!), upload your comics somewhere that allows hotlinking, and then create a thread on here. Use [img] tags to post it. Please make your thread title follow the following format, as follows:

Name - Location (In/Complete!)

The name and location are fairly obvious. If you are uploading a comic during Feb 1st, then add a note to say that it is incomplete. Once it's finished, change this to complete.

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Hourly Comics 2009 / Michael Martin,Lincoln, UK (complete!)
« on: February 05, 2016, 10:39:21 pm »
I found this one in a folder and re-scanned it, may as well post here XD.








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Hourly Comics 2016 / Michael Martin, Cambridgeshire, UK (complete!)
« on: February 03, 2016, 08:41:27 pm »
At last -_- zzz















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Hourly Comics 2016 / Re: Emily A - Troy NY
« on: February 02, 2016, 08:53:47 pm »
Yay, a non-me post :3

I like the style, my own one is delayed due to illness >.<

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Hourly Comics 2016 / Hourly Comics Rules
« on: January 18, 2016, 08:17:35 pm »
Introduction:

Hourly Comics day was started in 2006 by John Cambell, and they were originally consolidated on the original Hourly Comics Forums, here:
http://www.tencentticker.com/msgbrd/index.php.

As time went on, they eventually drifted onto social networks, hashtags and things. But I prefer them to be all in one forum, you can comment on them more readily, and read several at a time. The social networks have a number of disadvantages:

Tumblr - Commenting is annoying, every 'reblog' counts as a 'note', you might have thousands between every comment. Plus going on the "hashtag" will jumble up everybody's pages, you might have one page of one comic, then three of another, then another, then the next page of the first one. Oh and Tumblr pages don't have any blog-like "calendar", if you want to read a prolific blogger's hourly comic in July... time to search 20 pages!
Twitter - Even less "organised" than Tumblr, the images all pop up in a popup window, if it's too small to read, tough luck!
Facebook - You have to go to people's profiles individually, the size restrictions restrict the number of panels / size of text / scribblyness of a page. And they might have set it to 'friends only' when they uploaded it.
Deviantart - Erm, not bad. But still not as "all in one place"-ey as a forum. And have you ever tried to look for Sexton Blake on there? page after page of blurred photos of rust, before you get to something interesting.
Myspace - All the disadvantages of Facebook, only slower
Google+ - Nobody uses Google+

How to do it:

Every Feb 1st (some people do it on other days, or random days throughout the year, or several days in a row, etc...), draw a comic about what you did for every hour you are awake!

The "rules" are otherwise pretty loose (you don't have to rush to make a comic in a minute if you woke up at 7:59). The main point is to have fun, and be entertaining!

The Internet bit:

At the end of the day (or during the day, or, more likely, the next day!), upload your comics somewhere that allows hotlinking, and then create a thread on here. Use [img] tags to post it. Please make your thread title follow the following format, as follows:

Name - Location (In/Complete!)

The name and location are fairly obvious. If you are uploading a comic during Feb 1st, then add a note to say that it is incomplete. Once it's finished, change this to complete.

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I'm working on a huge re-design of my website, which will include a wikipedia-like section about the stories, characters, places, weapons and vehicles from my various stories. All hand-coded, because I can't find a decent, easily-customisable and lock-outable (but still readable) wiki software.

But, as that's taking forever, I also started a blog, so I could upload random bits about it, as and when:
http://mikescomics.crystal-knights.co.uk/

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Hourly Comics 2015 / Hourly Comics Rules
« on: February 13, 2015, 09:34:31 pm »
Introduction:

Hourly Comics day was started in 2006 by John Cambell, and they were originally consolidated on the original Hourly Comics Forums, here:
http://www.tencentticker.com/msgbrd/index.php.

As time went on, they eventually drifted onto social networks, hashtags and things. But I prefer them to be all in one forum, you can comment on them more readily, and read several at a time. The social networks have a number of disadvantages:

Tumblr - Commenting is annoying, every 'reblog' counts as a 'note', you might have thousands between every comment. Plus going on the "hashtag" will jumble up everybody's pages, you might have one page of one comic, then three of another, then another, then the next page of the first one. Oh and Tumblr pages don't have any blog-like "calendar", if you want to read a prolific blogger's hourly comic in July... time to search 20 pages!
Twitter - Even less "organised" than Tumblr, the images all pop up in a popup window, if it's too small to read, tough luck!
Facebook - You have to go to people's profiles individually, the size restrictions restrict the number of panels / size of text / scribblyness of a page. And they might have set it to 'friends only' when they uploaded it.
Deviantart - Erm, not bad. But still not as "all in one place"-ey as a forum. And have you ever tried to look for Sexton Blake on there? page after page of blurred photos of rust, before you get to something interesting.
Myspace - All the disadvantages of Facebook, only slower
Google+ - Nobody uses Google+

How to do it:

Every Feb 1st (some people do it on other days, or random days throughout the year, or several days in a row, etc...), draw a comic about what you did for every hour you are awake!

The "rules" are otherwise pretty loose (you don't have to rush to make a comic in a minute if you woke up at 7:59). The main point is to have fun, and be entertaining!

The Internet bit:

At the end of the day (or during the day, or, more likely, the next day!), upload your comics somewhere that allows hotlinking, and then create a thread on here. Use [img] tags to post it. Please make your thread title follow the following format, as follows:

Name - Location (In/Complete!)

The name and location are fairly obvious. If you are uploading a comic during Feb 1st, then add a note to say that it is incomplete. Once it's finished, change this to complete.

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Hourly Comics 2014 / Hourly Comics Rules
« on: February 13, 2015, 09:32:35 pm »
Introduction:

Hourly Comics day was started in 2006 by John Cambell, and they were originally consolidated on the original Hourly Comics Forums, here:
http://www.tencentticker.com/msgbrd/index.php.

As time went on, they eventually drifted onto social networks, hashtags and things. But I prefer them to be all in one forum, you can comment on them more readily, and read several at a time. The social networks have a number of disadvantages:

Tumblr - Commenting is annoying, every 'reblog' counts as a 'note', you might have thousands between every comment. Plus going on the "hashtag" will jumble up everybody's pages, you might have one page of one comic, then three of another, then another, then the next page of the first one. Oh and Tumblr pages don't have any blog-like "calendar", if you want to read a prolific blogger's hourly comic in July... time to search 20 pages!
Twitter - Even less "organised" than Tumblr, the images all pop up in a popup window, if it's too small to read, tough luck!
Facebook - You have to go to people's profiles individually, the size restrictions restrict the number of panels / size of text / scribblyness of a page. And they might have set it to 'friends only' when they uploaded it.
Deviantart - Erm, not bad. But still not as "all in one place"-ey as a forum. And have you ever tried to look for Sexton Blake on there? page after page of blurred photos of rust, before you get to something interesting.
Myspace - All the disadvantages of Facebook, only slower
Google+ - Nobody uses Google+

How to do it:

Every Feb 1st (some people do it on other days, or random days throughout the year, or several days in a row, etc...), draw a comic about what you did for every hour you are awake!

The "rules" are otherwise pretty loose (you don't have to rush to make a comic in a minute if you woke up at 7:59). The main point is to have fun, and be entertaining!
Woohoo, we can have scrolling textThe Internet bit:

At the end of the day (or during the day, or, more likely, the next day!), upload your comics somewhere that allows hotlinking, and then create a thread on here. Use [img] tags to post it. Please make your thread title follow the following format, as follows:

Name - Location (In/Complete!)

The name and location are fairly obvious. If you are uploading a comic during Feb 1st, then add a note to say that it is incomplete. Once it's finished, change this to complete.

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Hourly Comics 2013 / Hourly Comics Pules
« on: February 13, 2015, 09:31:52 pm »
Introduction:

Hourly Comics day was started in 2006 by John Cambell, and they were originally consolidated on the original Hourly Comics Forums, here:
http://www.tencentticker.com/msgbrd/index.php.

As time went on, they eventually drifted onto social networks, hashtags and things. But I prefer them to be all in one forum, you can comment on them more readily, and read several at a time. The social networks have a number of disadvantages:

Tumblr - Commenting is annoying, every 'reblog' counts as a 'note', you might have thousands between every comment. Plus going on the "hashtag" will jumble up everybody's pages, you might have one page of one comic, then three of another, then another, then the next page of the first one. Oh and Tumblr pages don't have any blog-like "calendar", if you want to read a prolific blogger's hourly comic in July... time to search 20 pages!
Twitter - Even less "organised" than Tumblr, the images all pop up in a popup window, if it's too small to read, tough luck!
Facebook - You have to go to people's profiles individually, the size restrictions restrict the number of panels / size of text / scribblyness of a page. And they might have set it to 'friends only' when they uploaded it.
Deviantart - Erm, not bad. But still not as "all in one place"-ey as a forum. And have you ever tried to look for Sexton Blake on there? page after page of blurred photos of rust, before you get to something interesting.
Myspace - All the disadvantages of Facebook, only slower
Google+ - Nobody uses Google+

How to do it:

Every Feb 1st (some people do it on other days, or random days throughout the year, or several days in a row, etc...), draw a comic about what you did for every hour you are awake!

The "rules" are otherwise pretty loose (you don't have to rush to make a comic in a minute if you woke up at 7:59). The main point is to have fun, and be entertaining!

The Internet bit:

At the end of the day (or during the day, or, more likely, the next day!), upload your comics somewhere that allows hotlinking, and then create a thread on here. Use [img] tags to post it. Please make your thread title follow the following format, as follows:

Name - Location (In/Complete!)

The name and location are fairly obvious. If you are uploading a comic during Feb 1st, then add a note to say that it is incomplete. Once it's finished, change this to complete.

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