Getting a better handle on the forums: As part of the 20+ site prep, we've been doing some way overdue improvements and maintenance to the forums. Today, the dev team put in some new anti-spambot measures, added strikethrough and spoiler code to posts, and created a support thread for bug reporting. Most importantly, we removed the "when were you born" question from the forums sign-up process. Anybody who was not able to log in (because you could not prove you were at least 13) should now be able to re-send their confirmation email and activate their account at Sluggy.net. This will be the only username and login you need for the new website, and the forums will stay essentially the same as they are.

And the link to the support thread is http://www.sluggy.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=95899



Comic for Monday 06/10/13

Comic for 06/10/13

Ref: Agent Whisper First Appearance (panel 3).



Comic for Tuesday 06/11/13

Comic for 06/11/13



Comic for Wednesday 06/12/13

Comic for 06/12/13

I found this script-conundrum interesting! Panel 4, balloon 3. Should it be:
1) “His last word was ‘boobs.’  He’d like that.”
2) “His last words were ‘boobs.’  He’d like that.”
3) “His last word(s) were (was) ‘boobs.’  He’d like that.”
The problem is people have ‘last words’, not ‘a last word’ but Sam’s ‘last words’ were(was), in fact, A WORD. So #1 seems most grammatically accurate, yet #2 captures the feeling of the statement best. And #3 was just in my original script as I tried to walk the line between #1 and #2. And I am amused a little bit as #2 works a little better than it might purely because boobs are plural.  *shrug*



Comic for Thursday 06/13/13

Comic for 06/13/13



Comic for Friday 06/14/13

Comic for 06/14/13