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Lives of X!Gloop now has an archive worth checking out.

Speaking of archival comics, my weekend project, The Lives of X!Gloop, has reached page 10, so I'll probably start telling more people about its existence. X!Gloop was a comic I started in 1989 when I was 18. I wouldn't exactly call it good, but I am quite fond of this early work, with its defiance of the rules of plot and common sense. My plans for the comic are to serialise all the complete stories I made between 1989 and 1994, with updates on Saturdays and Sundays. That's about 48 pages so it'll take about half a year at that schedule. There are also two unfinished stories in my archives, and two more in my sketchbooks; I may finish these if the comic develops a sizable readership, and if I can be arsed. Go and take a gander if you've got a bit of time. If you enjoy Jeroen's Capn, then X!Gloop, poorly drawn as it is in comparison to that great comic, should be right up your alley.


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