Forums 322 or 885 for Ghastly? [Solved]

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Tyciol
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Forums 322 or 885 for Ghastly? [Solved]

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I visited http://www.ghastlycomic.com/contact.html and there is an icon that 'says 'forum' and it is a URL to:

viewforum.php?forum=322&885

The link doesn't work but I changed forum into f and it did:

viewforum.php?f=322&885

But since he doesn't have contact info, I'm not sure how to tell him to fix it...

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Re: Forums 322 or 885 for Ghastly?

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Hi, Tyciol,
Tyciol wrote:But since he doesn't have contact info, I'm not sure how to tell him to fix it...
You can try sending Ghastly a PM. You could also make a post in the GGC forums and hope Ghastly sees it eventually.
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Re: Forums 322 or 885 for Ghastly?

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I wish I had done this then. Seems he hasn't posted since 2013.

Tangho hasn't posted since 2008 either.

Both registered in 1999 and I loved their comics during high school in the early 2000s. I hope they are okay..can anyone confirm this?

Trying to talk to them or other people who read these or similar comics during that period to help track down this one strip.

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Re: Forums 322 or 885 for Ghastly?

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Ghastly's still active. If you follow the contact link from his comic, you get this: http://ghastly-h-crackers.tumblr.com/, which has recent postings. He's also been posting Poser rendering props over on ShareCG.com.
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