└ posted on Tuesday, 5 June 2012, by Novil
The second print collection of the best webcomic Edmund Finney’s Quest to Find the Meaning of Life by Dan Long is available at Kickstarter. The fundraiser which runs until Saturday, 9 June, was already successful, so you’ll definitely get your copy. If you pledge $34 or more, you can get an original sketch (and more). You can also purchase the first volume by adding a fixed amount to your pledge.
Edmund’s Quest is about the adventurer of the same name who’s making extremely funny encounters with quirky natives and other travelers on his trips around the world to find the meaning of life. While the concept alone is already interesting, Edmund’s Quest offers a unique style of humor, often surrealistic and sarcastic at the same time, not seen anywhere else.
└ posted on Friday, 1 June 2012, by Novil
Sandra and Woo is now also on Google Plus. Similar to our Facebook page, the Google Plus page will be updated with short news entries when new content is added to the Sandra and Woo website.
└ posted on Saturday, 5 May 2012, by Novil
After a slow start, I once again received a good number of great entries for the Sandra and Woo and Gaia fanart contest 2012. Since I also wanted to acknowledge clever ideas, I put two pictures on the places 4 and 5 which weren’t drawn as well as some of the other ones.
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└ posted on Monday, 30 April 2012, by Novil
The entries for the Sandra and Woo and Gaia fanart contest are rolling in. In fact, I received more pictures today than during the first 29 days of April. I’m not sure if I made it clear enough that this isn’t an eBay auction where the last bidder wins . Anyway, given this chronological distribution, some contestants might need an additional day to finish their piece. So I will judge all entries that are in my inbox when getting home from work on Wednesday, 18:00 CET, 2 May 2012.
└ posted on Friday, 6 April 2012, by Novil
Powree has drawn the following images for the winners, Stella Loomis, AmbiValent and Brandon Maus, of our puzzle contest in the strip A Challenging Comic. Click on the images for a larger version: