Submitted by glych on July 23, 2007 - 03:16
Amber "glych" Greenlee is now the co-host of the Minneapolis Cable Access Show "Philo" airing Monday nights at 9:30pm until 10:30 pm CST on Channel 16 within the city limits of Minneapolis. Call in and tell her and Hamil (the other co-host) what to draw!
Have a webcomic and sell t-shirts? Well, send on a t-shirt and if Glych likes it, she'll wear it on the air! Minneapolis has one of the largest comic communities around so it'll be good advertising. Find out info about the show by visitng MTN.org.
Submitted by glych on May 1, 2007 - 02:58
The long running webcomic No Stereotypes has finally reached comic #300 and is updating consistently tri-weekly MWF.
Go me ^_^
Submitted by glych on April 20, 2007 - 20:14
I know this isn't as big as paying for the hospital care of a premature baby or having a house fire or any of the other recent fund raisers that other webcomickers have had, but I also don't require as much as those other worthy causes needed to take care of themselves. Please, consider it for me. To donate, please click on the comic below. Thank you.
Submitted by glych on April 18, 2007 - 04:34
"Going Down to Puppet Town" appears on the Comedy Central Insider Blog.
Submitted by glych on February 24, 2007 - 02:40
Panel2Panel.com's column Reel Advice has just broken an exclusive story that the 2004 movie Saw might be stolen intellectual property from the Independent 2001 movie Den. There's currently a court battle gearing up over this. Read the article linked for more details.
Submitted by glych on October 8, 2006 - 15:23
Comic Book DS is a program making it possible to read your Comic Books on your Nintendo DS. It can be also used as a photo viewer. It is composed of two parts:
- The PC part, PictoDS, developped by Nicom00k, converts your pictures into a .nds file (those pictures can be in a folder, a .zip, a .cbz, a .cbr, a .rar)
- The DS part (the generated .nds file), developed by me, allows to display the different pictures in a fast, pleasant and intuitive way - well, I hope ;)