I'm going on vacation next week and won't be back until the 24th. I'm only going to get online if I'm extremely bored (which isn't going to happen), so sending me news announcements until then will be completely futile. Don't do it! Please send any news, requests for help, etc, to either SpANG! or ozoneocean
A huge apology to Sameth, because I was supposed to announce that Jix reached 200 pages about a month ago, and I never did. :[ But here you are now! 200 pages is pretty big, go visit the comic and make Sameth happy. :)
Now, In order of relative distance from the centre of the Horsehead Nebula:
Froobius's Ezta Book Two has reached 25 pages! Also apparently they went from 19 pages to 46 pages in eight seconds. That is kind of like driving on the highway and not paying much attention, and realizing that there was a sign back there and maybe you should have read it. Fear not, Froobius, as your next milepost is already within sight! :)
Fred Peterson the Mighty Warlord Book 1 has just hit 500 pages! (500 pages and it's still Book 1? This sounds like a huge story!) Congrats and keep them coming, LanceDanger!
Din Krakatau by Aurora Borealis has reached 75 pages! I edited this one in 10 minutes after I posted this news originally because it just came in!
Point has reached its 25th page! Is a warefish poisonous?
Another fish-related milestone, Angelfish by Luminous, has reached 50 pages this week!
drdoobious tells me that his comic Vita de Vetro has reached (gone past really) 100 pages! So, drdoobious, what is your doctorate in?
Lego space-lord KDog says:
Lego: Space - The Comic just posted its 100th page/comic!
johnkeating's Breaking the Ice has a bit of publishing news:
The first 48 strips of my comic Breaking the Ice has been published by Hopper Comics as a one shot comic book. It's available at Austin Books & Comics and Bee Hive Comics in Austin, TX right now as well as online at ComixPress.com.
I'll also be doing a book signing at Collector's Paradise in Winnetka, CA Oct 22 and will be at Wizard World Texas Nov 7-9 promoting and signing the book.
Lastly, but not leastly, Bomb Shelter Comics has begun their annual Webcomic Idol competition, where you guys get to battle it out for a membership in their collective. Cool comics (and former duckers) like Slackerz, Hockey Zombie, Templar AZ, and Horribleville, so there is some illustrious company!