You ought to go read this comic: <P>The Adventures of Captain Mooki:
Cmooki.keenspace.com - Done by Teague Tysseling (sorry if I mangled the spelling), whom I had the pleasure of working with for Party 2002. It follows the adventures of Mooki, a superhero with a six year-old's mentality. It's hilarious, I love it! ("Eject fuel, eject pilot, self-destruct...what kind of a masochistic control panel is this?!") <P>In fact...you should go read the other two webcomics I worked with during Party 2002, because they're both quite worthy. They are:
FusionD.keenspace.com<P>You should also visit this comic:
Jack.keenspace.com<P>If you've any emotions in your cold, cold hearts, (well, this forum is empty, isn't it?! <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/wink.gif">) Jack should stir something inside. Go in carefully, though. There's a fair bit of gore and violence and sex in the strip. (But it's not gratuitous!) <P>I'm going to update my links page soon, I promise. <P>And I think I'm going to get rid of the Webcomic of the Month thing. Not because I don't have worthy comics to put there and not (just) because I'm too lazy to write a decent blurb for all of them, but because I always end up feeling like I'm shortchanging some other comics by not putting them there. Maybe I'll just highlight a few that I've discovered recently instead. <P>Okay, that's it. News flash over. You may return to your lives. I was going to announce my next update, but I changed my mind. I'm probably just going to jinx myself if I do that.