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A New Site and an End of an Era!

The Dresden Codak site has gone a complete overhaul!  There's bunches of new features, and since I've moved all the LiveJournal posts to the blog section of the new site, I'm going to be shutting down this journal.  This way all the content will be localized!

And be sure to update your RSS feeds for the new site:

So hey, Twitter

So I've got the regular Twitter for me:

And now I have ones for Kimiko and Tiny Carl!

Have I finally plumbed the depths of madness? You decide!

The Hob Book is Here!

Orders are going way faster than I anticipated, but there are still a few left!

**EDIT** Okay they are gone!  Sorry, I should have done more.


Onald Creely, the Professional Ghost Story

Hope to see you all at Stumptown this weekend! You will be able to preorder the Deluxe Hob Book there.

In recent years, the ethics and overall legality of the Professional Ghost Story (or Neverwas) has come into question. The sale of regrets, as we know, is a trade as old as history itself; the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar II financed the construction of the famous Hanging Gardens primarily with the sale of his wife's regrets to the Assyrians. The most common igneous rock exported by the Mayans was not, in fact, obsidian, but regret. Namely, the regret of catching smallpox.

Few modern analysts dispute the historical and modern relevance of regret sales; rather, it is the lifestyle and practices of the actual regret salesman that raises issues. Regrets, naturally, come in various flavors and qualities, the best by far always coming from one with the highest concentration of despair: a Neverwas. On occasion a Neverwas will occur naturally in a hobo boxcar or trust fund, but more often than not it requires years of dedicated training to ensure that no meaningful life decisions are ever made (the advent of the internet has allowed for marvelous advancements in this field). A professional Neverwas, though rare, can generate in a significant fortune and then not spend it in a few months, making it a popular (though ambitious) career among those who wish to not work and not reap the benefits.


Warning: Underpants

Cyborg bits and Velociraptor mongoliensis.

Hourly Comic Days?

I did one of those hourly comic things.


AD&Dis is finished

Just giving you guys a heads up:  the comic is finished.  It's on the same page, so you might have to refresh it.


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