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Yup, with six months left on Narbonic, I decided to take the archives out from behind a pay wall. It seemed like a good idea at the time.

The "Madness takes its toll" shirt came from a box of my aunt Kerry's clothes from the '70s. Frankly, it's pretty boss.

5 comments:
Kay Gilbert (kaygilbert) says:

I think these are your most adorable drawings of yourself, especially the last panel.  So, now that you've taken over the world, is it everything you'd hoped for?

fluffy <3 (fluffy) says:

Narbonic was the only reason I was still paying for Modern Tales at that point.  I still held on to my MT subscription for a while but it just never seemed worthwhile, and I ended up canceling it a few months later.

Justin Kane (avatarjk137) says:

I'm a new people who started reading after it was over, and I want to assure you this was definitely a good idea.  I know you guys need to eat too, but there are too many good free webcomics for me to spend my (very sparse) recreational money on even a great one.

Chris (khade) says:

Being able to read the whole thing has made me want to get the books, now if only I had money to spare.

Hilary Bruce (cameoflage) says:

I agree wholeheartedly with Justin's comment, as a fellow new people who started reading it after it was over. Particularly since I was effectively incapable of buying things over the internet in 2007, as I didn't have my own credit card or PayPal account. I do like to buy webcomic collections, though -- it's just that there's so many of them, between all the comics I read.

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