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Archive for September, 2008

Three Comics in the Pipeline

Bjournal Post: September 26th, 2008

Sorry again for not updating lately! But I have three comics in the pipeline for this past week, which I plan to start posting very soon. Maybe even tonight!

No Comic Monday

Bjournal Post: September 22nd, 2008

I was swamped with homework due on Monday. Furthermore I work from 7am to 3pm and then have class from 4pm to 10pm, so the chances of having a page anytime later on Monday is almost none. Drat. In any care, I still wanna have three pages up for this week so maybe I’ll get […]

So Thad, do you


September 19th, 2008

Wikipedia Admins Are Insane Control Freaks

Bjournal Post: September 18th, 2008

There is a supermarket chain in the San Francisco Bay Area call Lunardi’s which serves, oh, I dunno, some 11 million Bay Area-ites a day over eight stores. I tried to create a page for it but it was swiftly deleted by some hot shot admin who claimed there was no references to how important […]

What a


September 17th, 2008

GET THA FUKK OUT! by FISHFINGERS?

Bjournal Post: September 16th, 2008

If you didn’t already know, FISHFINGERS? is an actual fun music side-project of my friends. I threw them into the comic as something of a fun little reference. The band member are, of course, caricatures of my friends. Pretty neat, huh? Anyways, they did write a song called GET THA FUKK OUT!, among others. You […]

I knew it was


September 15th, 2008

GET THA FUKK OUT!


September 12th, 2008

Difference Between Cartoons/Comics and Anime/Mangas

Bjournal Post: September 10th, 2008

This one’s quick, but I want to share it. I think the key difference between Cartoons/Comics and Anime/Mangas is that Cartoons/Comics use art as means to an end, while Anime/Mangas use art as an ends to a means. That is to say, Anime/Mangas have a story to tell and decide to use art to tell […]

Oh hey Thad. You’re


September 10th, 2008

Wow.

Bjournal Post: September 9th, 2008

The guy who does Chugworth Academy did this pretty piece. Looking at it just makes me feel better about myself and the kind of work that I do as a comicmaker….. and as a human being. I mean, at least I’m not dumb enough to post any of MY Moose River gore fetish artwork online! […]

No Comic Monday, Plus APE Note

Bjournal Post: September 8th, 2008

Whoopsy! Sorry about the lack of comic on Monday, I got sidetracked. The page has been scanned so all I need to do is touch it up, halftone it, text it and it’s done! I’ll post a double comic on Wednesday: the one for today and then Wednesday’s comic. BTW, we’re on the APE’s Exhibitors […]

I really like the


September 8th, 2008

Happy Fourth Birthday, Moose River!

Bjournal Post: September 6th, 2008

Hey, I just realized that right around is Moose River’s fourth birthday! Pretty nifty, huh? To be specific, this site and the domain name came into existence back in September 2004, however it was built for Moose River Regular, which lasted only some thirty-three pages. The current story started on September 4th, 2005, one year […]

And then my friend Thad


September 5th, 2008

Outtakes!!

Bjournal Post: September 4th, 2008

I spent some time last night pooling together all the more significant “outtakes” from Moose River’s life, including all those pages I removed from between October 2006 and March 2007, and posted them in a new subsection of the archives. This is the first page of the Outtakes, with the rest of them visible on […]

Ah Claire,


September 1st, 2008


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