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News last updated 04.05.2016
Isabel Marks - Thanks for the awesome stream today, might try to redo this later, hope you enjoy! @rocketgruntaj1 pic.twitter.com/bwABzjQUXb
11:13am 28 Apr
Isabel Marks - I need to remake http://isabelmarks.com, to make it less of a blog that doesn't update to a hub that doesn't update.
1:46am 28 Apr
Isabel Marks - I'm up at 9am and I have Smash Mouth's All-Star in my head. Definitely sick.
12:16pm 27 Apr
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Wonder Kittens - Isabel's new comic
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Spare Parts - our other comic, ended
Kevin & Kell - which we color
FBAO Blog - thought experiment in game design
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04.05.2016 - Terrence Marks:
Check out this amazing thing! A friend of ours is doing commissions and raising money for a service dog. So check it out here.
04.04.2016 - Terrence Marks:
We have not yet been contacted by Google with a generous offer to buy out Nicole and Derek. It turns out that this whole "put googly eyes on your comic, get bought by Google" thing was an elaborate April Fools' prank that we fell for. We would like to apologize for putting all of you through this. To whoever set us up on this one - well played. We'll go back to making the comic normally and try to make ten million dollars the slow way.
04.01.2016 - Terrence Marks:
So you're wondering why we've added googly eyes to the comics.
Simple. Brand integration. We're letting Google know that Nicole and Derek could be a strong addition to their brand and that we're open to offers. Because if you're going to buy a webcomic to promote your search engine, we're the only choice. Because really, where else are you going to go? Barney Google? He doesn't even show up in his own comic anymore.
Why not contact Google directly? Because they're Google. They already know we did this. They're probably discussing how many self-driving cars to give us as a signing bonus. We'll let you know when the deal is finalized.
02.29.2016 - Isabel Marks:
Hi everyone, a while back I mentioned that I was aiming on having The NDU return from it's hiatus in March, but the more I try to work on it, the more unmotivated I feel. I'm thinking the series is going to go on an indefinite hiatus.
The long and short of it is right now I do not have the right motivation to start a series where it's going to take at least a year before it starts picking up momentum. And considering I've been sick with a cold (and now bronchitis) for the past two months, I do not see that inspiration coming back to me. In the past two months I've gotten three comics written. That's terrible. And only so much of that can be blamed on me being sick and out of it. It takes a lot of me both psychically and emotionally to continue to do comics, so right now I think my best bet is to work on Nicole and Derek to get it to a point where it gives me the energy to work on more series... with the (very) random Wonder Kitten thrown in when I have an idea for them.
If you all want to help, the best thing for the comic is to spread the word about Nicole and Derek and Wonder Kittens. Have conversations in the comments... and have patience with your depressed artist and sometimes- writers. I know it's a lot to ask, and I thank you all.
02.12.2016 - Terrence Marks:
Lolita Nation - Game Theory's masterpiece is back in print after decades. I'm not good at describing music, so I'm just gonig to say that it's 80s indie rock and the points of comparison I keep hearing are Todd Rundgren, REM, and Big Star. It is its own thing and we are on the internet, so here's two songs from it.
The Beginner's Guide - From Davey Wreden, the creator of The Stanley Parable. Our narrator, Davey Wreden has a friend, Coda, who used to make these abstract challenge-free games. Then Coda stopped. And now Davey is showing you these games, in an effort to find Coda and explain why the games meant to much to him. It's about the relationship between creator and audience.