Submitted by bobweiner on October 24, 2009 - 16:18
Be careful before you claim that Windows 7 was your idea. It just may come back to haunt youâ€¦
Submitted by bobweiner on October 23, 2009 - 19:28
Before opening the package, I was immediately greeted by a very cool Javier sketch on the envelope. Perhaps a prediction of things to come? Weâ€™ll seeâ€¦
Submitted by bobweiner on October 23, 2009 - 05:53
In case ya missed it!
Submitted by bobweiner on October 22, 2009 - 05:08
When you can eat it all, you should eat what you want.
Yesterdayâ€™s 11-year anniversary sale was a smashing success and exceeded my wildest expectations. Thanks to all who purchased a book (or several copies!) yesterday â€“ you really made my day!
Itâ€™s not so much the sales (which were impressive!), but the fact that people genuinely enjoy my comics enough to buy them. There were more than a few folks who reordered the book, to give to friends and coworkers. Thatâ€™s an awesome feeling to know people enjoyed the book enough to buy more to share.
Submitted by bobweiner on October 21, 2009 - 00:00
Today marks 11 years of PC Weenies comics. And to celebrate, I’m throwing in the sweetest deal of the day, one that will NOT be repeated.
Submitted by bobweiner on October 20, 2009 - 16:14
Continuing a look back at 11 years of publishing The PC Weenies, I want to reflect on the very first time my work appeared in print within the pages of a comic book. Specifically, the one shown below:
I met cartoonist Michael Jantze in 2004 when I was a student at the Savannah College of Art and Design. I remember the day quite vividly. It was a rainy afternoon outside and after two back-to-back studio classes I was feeling tired, and was driving home. I almost didnâ€™t go to see Michael speakâ€¦
But then, something compelled me.
Submitted by bobweiner on October 20, 2009 - 00:00
After almost 11 years, Iâ€™m entitled to one poop joke.
Tomorrow, The PC Weenies turn 11! Share the comic with a friend!
Submitted by bobweiner on October 19, 2009 - 17:26
The latest map from my site stats program (courtesy of Clicky!), indicates where people are visiting pcweenies.com from . The darkest blue color represents the largest density of readers.
Submitted by bobweiner on October 19, 2009 - 08:45
Several readers have asked me to update the progress of Beardus Maximus (details here). Iâ€™ve now devised a handy-dandy progress meter that Iâ€™ll update periodically so you can see how many books are left to sell before I shave my head, and wear a beard to surprise Aarti when I travel to India to meet her in December.