Looks like the 2013 edition of Maniac’s “Advent Calendar” is up and running. The first installment is an illustration of a sequence from Terry’s “Rebirth” storyline, also reccommended. You can track that down at the Savage Impulses III yahoo group
Here’s one for the community: Sinsationals Comic artist Shade is trying his hand at a sexy superhero team comic, where each character represents a different trope/fetish. Yes, included is a gamma-powered hulking beauty and a multi story tall giantess. The idea of a super sexy squad of female heros is nothing new (Femforce and C.h.i.x. comes to mind) but the quality of Shade’s art puts this thing over the top. Here’s hoping this will be successful. Also a new single pager: The Succubus
What good's a website redesign if it doesn't come with new content? Introducing Jessica in Another Dimension, a series I've had sitting on my desk for more than a year, waiting for the proper occasion to get polished up. Well, "polish" is the wrong word in this case. I threw on some quick colors and posted it since it was pretty much complete. I think one reason I'd never finished this earlier was that I didn't really come up with a compelling monster design. I intend to make a spider of some sort, but the prospect of studying arachnids for hours while trying to learn their "essence" was not very appealing. In short order the spider-monster became a worm. Ah well, they can't all be winners... Enjoy
This was a long time in the making. The original website was built in Drupal, a pretty heavyweight CMS in PHP. My problem with this format was that it took a lot of learning to get it up and working, and while powerful it required a lot of maintenance. Updates, security issues, changing passwords, managing databases, etc... Also, this was nothing I used daily. The process for submitting new posts was complicated. Given my infrequent posting schedule, I found I was forgetting how everything was supposed to work together. I was unhappy with the look and feel of the site, but trying to modify heavy weight modules would take more time than I had to devote. I concluded starting from scratch with a PHP framework was a better course of action than sticking with Drupal. However, this was easier said than done, and months of intermittent coding brought little progress toward a finished web site. Finally I stumbled onto Jekyll on some blog post or another. Jekyll is a static file blog generator: a very simple way to write a web blog that relies on the blogger knowing a bit of HTML. It spits out a site's worth of raw...