Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Did you see Quackers?

I did and I kind of chuckled. On every one of my blogs, I have posted and then waited for that stream of fan mail or hate mail or just plain old email to bombard my inbox.

And, it doesn't come.

And, that hurts. It really, really hurts! But, that's how life goes, I guess. Anyway, if you're looking for a comic to read -- take some time to read Quakers. It is cute. And, then, send the poor guy an email!

I can't stand to see a grown duck cry!

Happy Reading!

With a little help from my friends...

Not that I have to tell you, but Christmas is right around the corner and I'm being asked for my Christmas list. Money around here is pretty tight, so I have to narrow down my list considerably.

So, I was thinking maybe my readers could help me pick the game I have to have this year. Now, keep in mind that I have a Gamecube and a PS2 and I'm not in a position to purchase a new console.

I love games where I have to use your brains and not just blow people up, so I was thinking, since I like the PS2 Medal of Honor European Assault game, I should give Call of Duty: Game of the Year Edition a try.

But, then, I've been hearing/reading a lot about the Godfather game and that sounds good.

So does Scarface The World Is Yours.

Then, there's Superman Returns.

And, I saw Bully, which looks good.

So, what's a good girl to do?

She should ask her Online Comics readers what they think.

What game should I add to my list?


Thursday, November 16, 2006

PS3 Craze -- has it gone too far?

Have we really gone this far with the PS3 craze that someone has to get injured in a race for one of the open slots for a PS3?

A man in West Bend bang his head into a pole while racing for one of ten seats that would grant him the right to purchase a PS3. Is he nuts? Are we all?

I work next door to a Best Buy and when I stepped outside for lunch, I could see them lined up. It's a video game system. So what if you're not the first one to own the latest system? Is this really something important?

I know, a lot of my readers love video games -- so do I -- but running into a pole while racing a mob is kind of silly, isn't it?

Or am I just an old (39) woman?


Monday, November 13, 2006


I know, you want a review.  You want me to tell you which comic you should give a try, but I had a long weekend and didn't get any reviews written.

But, I know a few things:

1) Imaginary Friends is back!!!!! Yea!!!!!

2) Sheldon has left and moved on to his own site.  But, if you only read him at, you wouldn't know that.  So, here's his site.

3) Medal of Honor European Assault is awesome!  My brother and his family purchased it for me for my birthday (which is tomorrow and I'll be 29 -- that's my story and I'm sticking to it!)  Very hard to play, but cool!  Of course, all you youngsters probably all ready know that, as it is last years game.  I went head to head with my nephew, who kicked my butt.  But, I'll admit it, I suck at video games, that's why I like the ones I don't have to play online with anyone.  I turn out the lights and kill the Nazi bastards -- all by myself -- like video games should be played!

4) The new Medal of Honor: Heroes is exclusive for the PSP. Damn, I hate when they do that!  I can't afford to buy a new hand held for just one game!

So, I'll do my best to keep up with updates, but let's face it, between work, homework and my new video game, they might be slim this week! 

Happy Reading!

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Scared Kid

So, I found this site ( that does animations from your photos. I'm posting the first one I made here.

Gif animations at

Wednesday, November 08, 2006


Did you see, F@NBOY$ hit 100 strips as of today!  Great going over there, Scott!  Congrats!

I haven't reviewed this comic, but it does look good, so if you haven't checked it out -- go take a look!

Happy Reading!

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Tuesday, November 07, 2006

I love my state

I love the great state of Wisconsin, which is why I got up this am and walked the two blocks to the polling place and voted.

Here's my suggestion for you: If you love your state, make sure you go and vote today. I don't know if you and I agree on politics, but I'm sure that we can agree that American is the best country on earth and we should do everything in our power to keep her safe. One way to do that is to vote.

If you're in Wisconsin, don't forget to vote no on the amendment -- removing the chance of civil rights from a group of people is unAmerican.

God Bless.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Child's Play

I am nearly positive that all of you all ready know just what Child's Play is all about. But, for those who don't, here's what the website says:

"With the help of hospital staff, we’ve set up gift wish lists full of video games, toys, and movies. You can go to each hospital’s list and buy a toy, and that toy will be sent to the hospital. Some of these kids are in pretty bad shape. Imagine being stuck alone in a hospital over the holidays, getting something from a fellow gamer would really raise their spirits. Some of the stuff the hospital will give away for kids to keep, while other gifts (like consoles) will be kept by the hospital for patients to use throughout the year."
The gifts shouldn't be gift wrapped. Any other questions should be checked out here.

Not to toot my own horn, but I donated last year. I try to give to a lot of charities, especially at this time of the year, but this year -- due to the fact I'm broke -- I'm going to have to cut back on the money I give. BUT, Child's Play is the one charity I'm keeping on my list. I'm sure there are others out there in the same financial spot as me, but try to give something. Even $15.00 can be used to buy a gift for a child. They raised over $600,000 for children last year. Let's help them make it to a cool million this year!

Also, I'll be placing a banner for Child's Play and leaving it there (and on my other websites) until after Christmas.

God Bless

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Friday, November 03, 2006

What Happens?

I'll bet you have all ready heard the news that Life on Pause is paused for good. Gabe stopped the Zoo Comic a long time ago. I read through all the archives over at Movie Comic before I realized that hit the dust. Please Rewind is no more as well.

So, I was thinking, what happens to all those webcomic characters? Do they sit around hoping to be recasted in another comic? Do they fall into drugs and women and burn through their savings like child stars do? Do they sit around reminscing about the good old days? "Hey, I could've been a contender?"

I mean, do these web comic artistes think about just what they are doing to these characters whom we have come to know and love?

No, they just move on and draw another comic.

Where's the love? Where's the caring attitude? Where's the retirement fund and party?

Happy Reading!