Real Life, the popular comic by Greg Dean, has reached the milestone of 1,000 strips. To celebrate the occasion, the author has made a special strip, with a twist ending.
Greg Dean, writer and artist of the widely-popular strip “Real Life” (http://www.reallifecomics.com) has left KeenSpot for another hosting service called “ColoGuys” which currently hosts Megatokyo, MacHall, and Little Gamers. More from Greg on the Real Life website:
I’ve been contemplating a move for a long while. I know what you’re probably thinking, and no… it’s not because of issues with KeenSpot. KeenSpot has been very good to me, and they are a wonderful organization. I wish them the best of success. However, for almost a year, I’ve had in mind some ideas for business ventures that will bring Real Life from what it is now, to the possibility of a full-time job for me. I just wanted to take the future of the comic into my own hands, and this is the first step.
“Go For It!” a fairly obscure comic on KeenSpace, reaches 200 comics today: 2 Friday, 2003. The series focuses on a teenager with cat ears, the insanity of his life, as well as any strange thought that comes into the creator’s (R. L. Peterson’s) diseased imagination. The 200th strip is done in an 8-panel format and parodies the author’s views of his own work. Continue Reading