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So I was cleaning out my room a couple

Hm. Some days off. I had this comic ready, but for some reason I never got it up. Not to mention I had to redo it. Oh well, excuses excuses.

UPDATE, 2/9/06: Moose River Regular is going to take a short hiatus while I ejaculate a one-shot comic, Moose River Japan. The whole stupid psudo-manga/gamer/robot bullshit web comics have really gotten to me, and I’m gonna go nuts if I do something about it. I figure doing maybe about twenty pages is enough… and given the chicheic nature of those comics, I’m sure it’ll all be done by next week. >:)


Plippy (Mar 7, 2006, 19:33):
Timbosister: Huh?

Timbosister (Mar 7, 2006, 10:24):
Wow! I’m glad I avoided the genre all together and formed a biased opinion based on the views expressed in Muusugawa no Nihon! Thanks dude!

Plippy (Mar 6, 2006, 19:12):
OK, all of Muusugawa no Nihon was been buried deep into the archives. Until I get a small page up for it, you can reread it here.

Vlad Damien (Feb 10, 2006, 9:41):
Well, I never read MacHall, nor Apple Geeks, so I wouldn’t know, but yes, MegaTokyo has all that…

Plippy (Feb 9, 2006, 14:19):
Actually, I described Mac Hall and Apple Geeks. But I guess MegaTokyo counts, but I never read it. It has a hot female robot in it too? … All of them should just align their resources and make one just comic: “Just Another Fake Manga by Non-Japanese Folk”. Oh, what also makes web comics really popular is that the main characters are all geeky yet unquestionably really cool males with their nongeeky and really hot girlfriends (who are really just closet gamers). So I guess ムース川の日本 will have them too. Y’know, I’m honestly gonna make that a side comic.

DC (Feb 9, 2006, 8:46):
Hey Philippe, Moose River kicks Megatokyo’s Ass! Don’t change a thing!

Vlad Damien (Feb 9, 2006, 8:32):
Phil, you just described Megatokyo…


Plippy (Feb 8, 2006, 12:41):
I just discovered what makes certain webcomics extremely popular. It must involve gaming, use of anime art style, psudo-Japanese characters (including wearing those black Japanese guy shirts with the two light bars near the coller), everyone must be wearing sunglasses even at night, and a robot girl who is extremely sexy yet incredibly naive about everyone’s hu-mon ways. What do you think guys? Should I start over and work on ムース川の日本?

Plippy (Feb 7, 2006, 13:25):
Ooooh! Thank you Vlad! I’ve been meaning to get to some site pimpin’ soon… I said I would start doing it once I’ve hit 50 comics. And it looks like I have!

Vlad Damien (Feb 7, 2006, 8:06):
Ah yes, more cowbell… I lvoe that sketch. By the way, killboredom.com interviewed me and I pimped this site… should be up soon.

Plippy (Feb 6, 2006, 19:24):
Oh snap! I’ve hit a mental block. The only cure is more cowbell! … Actually, pretty much after this page I have no where else to go. So what I’m gonna do is go back and retcon in a bunch of stuff. It’s gonna take a while.

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