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Aug 6, 2004

Not at all like rain on your wedding day



OK, so people want Skull Panda Loves Kitties t-shirts. Lots of people. Of course, they don't want them because the image is edgy, yet cute. No, they want them because they appreciate Skull Panda as a savage parody of the commercialization of the alternative! Clearly! Well good news... the shirts will be along in a couple of weeks. Then you can wear them because you want to be really ironic, and not at all because you think Skull Panda is cool-looking. Go team!



Ashton has completed Kamikaze Ver. 2.0! For those who don't know, code-monkey Ashton has set out to create the webcomic management/archive system. As such, Kamikaze is loaded with features, and can be used freely by essentially anyone with a basic understanding of HTML. If you're a webcartoonist looking for a solid back-end for your site, I can't recommend it enough.



Sam Logan


Aug 4, 2004

He took a trip and climbed a tree



A Lesson is Learned but the Damage is Irreversible is one of the best new webcomics I've seen in ages. Immediately, you'll be struck by the unique, gorgeously crafted artwork, but after reading a few strips, you'll also see that it is bloody hillarious. This strip is a perfect example. I love it!



A portion of the pilot for American Dad, the upcoming animated series from Seth "Family Guy" Macfarlane, is available to watch on the official website. This is probably old news to a lot of you, but it wasn't to me, so I thought it was worth mentioning here. It's certainly worth checking out, but with only a few minutes of pilot-quality footage, it's hard to tell whether or not this show will be sufficiently different from Family Guy to stand on it's own for long. The premise has potential, at least!



Sam Logan


Aug 2, 2004

You want to live like common people



It's always interesting to hear an old song covered in a different style by a current artist, but it can certainly result in some strange music. Take, for example, this cover of Pulp's "Common People" by William freaking Shatner. Joe Jackson is in there, too, and Ben Folds produced the track.



It's taken from Shatner's forthcoming "Has Been" album. Most of the tracks will actually be originals -- with music by Folds, lyrics by Shatner and a veritable barrage of famous and infamous guest musicians. It sounds completely bizarre, but I'm a huge Ben Folds fan, and I can't deny the oddly compelling nature of Shatner's voice on "Common People." It's certainly a step up from his version of "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds."



Sam Logan