PENNY & AGGIE by T Campbell and GisÃ¨le LagacÃ© has moved to Keenspot.
T and GisÃ¨le previously collaborated at Keenspot on COOL CAT STUDIO, which ran from 2000 to 2002.
Chris Crosby created and published his first professional comic book, SNAP THE PUNK TURTLE, at the age of 16 in 1993. In 1996, he co-created/co-wrote the best-selling independent superheroine comic series SCORN, and co-founded the parody label Blatant Comics. In January 1998, AnotherUniverse.com commissioned his first regularly-published online comic, the weekly SNAP THE PUNK TURTLE, and in March 1999, he launched his first daily webcomic, SUPEROSITY. In early 2000, Chris created and co-founded the online comic network Keenspot. In March 2004 he launched SORE THUMBS with artistic collaborator Owen Gieni, and later went on to produce WICKEDPOWERED, LAST BLOOD, and CROW SCARE with Gieni.
That’s funny… I recall TCampbell saying something kinda rude about Keenspot and why he left it with Fanns, at SPX…
That’s odd. I wonder what brought this on?
I brought it on. I’m the other half 😀
At this point, Keenspot is the best place for Penny and Aggie’s online presence.
— G. Lagace / pennyandaggie.com
Ah– thats cool then.
I was confused with the move… Good strip though. Sorry the paper thing didnt work out.
I find it odd that someone so readily identified with Modern Tales as the editor of one of it’s sites would have anything to do with what is essentially Modern Tales competition. It’s like a Coke executive moonlighting at Pepsi.
Well, thankfully neither Keenspot nor Modern Tales are a Nazi Corporation … yet. 😉 Just a comment from one of the many who work for both.
Wasn’t T editor of Adventure Strips while Fans was running on Spot?
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