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Submitted by Alexander Danner on May 2, 2009 - 14:04
The second Amy story, Amy Steals a Cookie, is now up in my comics archive. In this story, a trivial crime leads to serious consequences.
Submitted by Alexander Danner on May 2, 2009 - 13:16
So, as I believe I mentioned earlier, I've been working on putting together a print edition of one of my plays, Parens. Well, I did it! I don't have the full order in hand yet, but I received my first copy, and I think it looks pretty darn spiffy, in its understated way.
Submitted by Alexander Danner on May 1, 2009 - 15:22
I've started adding the old Amy stories from Picture Story Theatre to my main comics archive, under the series title of Amy's Picture Stories.
"Amy Plays a Game of Chance" went up today. This was one of my first illustrated comics, and the very first one which I collaborated with Bill Duncan. I think it's fair to say that Bill and I have both come a long way since that first story, but I still have a deep affection for it. This one story lead directly to my regularly creating comics, not to mention that it resulted in a lasting friendship with Bill and his family.
I'm going to try to add another Amy story each day until they're all up.
Submitted by Alexander Danner on April 24, 2009 - 12:58
I noticed that my first collaboration with Grug, Bring Your Daughter to Work Day, has been getting a noticeable spike in traffic over the past few weeks, but couldn't figure out why. It didn't seem to be getting any prominent links or anything like that. Then I saw a news posting, that pointed out what I should have realized in the first place--the actual Bring Your Daughter to Work Day (now called "Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day") just passed! Duh!
Submitted by Alexander Danner on April 23, 2009 - 18:10
Busy as I am these days, I don't often have time to go hunting for new comics. But I do always check the linked sites for people looking to buy adspace on my site, to make sure they're not linking to anything I find terribly offensive or objectionable. And every now and then, I find a great new comic as a result.
Submitted by Alexander Danner on April 18, 2009 - 14:05
At some point in the next couple of days (or maybe even today, if I get ambitious enough), I plan to make another major change to this site. Right now, the primary content appearing on TwentySevenLetters.com is my blog, which isn't really the most important content I publish online. So, may plan is to reorganize to put the comics front and center. The end result will probably look a lot like the front page of my WebcomicsNation site--a portal to my various projects.
Submitted by Alexander Danner on April 17, 2009 - 00:28
No details yet, but Frank Frishna posted an update regarding his missing niece earlier today:
WE FOUND HER!!!!! SHE IS OK!!! I JUST BROUGHT HER HOME!!!! WILL POST DETAILS SOON ON LIFESABLUFF.COM - thank you everyone!!!!
Submitted by Alexander Danner on April 15, 2009 - 17:44
Cartoonist Frank Frishna (Life's a Bluff) posted on his blog today that his 14 year-old niece went missing this past Saturday. There are no indications that she ran away. Frishna lives in Colorado, so if you are anywhere in that part of the country, please take a look at the photos on Frishna's blog and keep an eye out for her.
Submitted by Alexander Danner on April 14, 2009 - 01:36