Monday, August 3, 2015

How to Understand the Comic Strip - Blog Entry # 29

With the Online Comic Strip, I try to do a couple of things simultaneously. One thing is to try to deliver a punch line and the other is to have a long term plan as to the direction where I plan on taking the strip. Some strips are merely used just to present a punchline but others are used to introduce characters and new scenarios on which to base future comic strips.

Obviously there is a balance to be maintained but if someone is not a regular follower of the strip and they see one that is new, involving certain elements that they have not been properly introduced to, they may not understand  some of the humor used.

So, for those of you who might not get what I am doing here, I will give you some clues that should help you to better understand the comic strip. For starters, you can view the first ten strips by CLICKING HERE. At the bottom of that page is a link to view the next ten strips. At the bottom of each of those pages, there will be an option to view the next ten strips. So you can view all of the ones currently released in the order that they have been released. Just click on each image to view it at its full size.

You can also be introduced to all of the characters currently appearing in the strips by CLICKING HERE.

I intend to release e-books in PDF file format for each set of 50 comic strips. Currently there is only one available for the first 50 and you can check that out by CLICKING HERE.  

Feel free to download any one of our free desktop wallpapers. they are available in a number of different resolutions. Please also spread the word about the strip, if you like it. So, until next time, see you all later.

Bob Craypoe, also known as R. L. Crepeau

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