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February 20, 2009

ADDANAC CITY Comics~ A Sucker Lost Every Minute

Filed under: Uncategorized,webcomic — George @ 10:06 pm
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Well, as some of you can see, I’ve changed the look of the blog around a little bit. I know, I know….it took me forever to try to bring a bit of class to an otherwise uncouth collection of misguided ramblings, but sometimes I’m a slow learner. Especially when it comes to all things internet-related. I guess them’s the breaks for a Graphic Arts major who graduated in 1994 (right before that thingamajig they called a computer became all the rage). So, now, I have to learn all of the things that are currently mandatory in our higher institutions. I’ll get it. Trust me.

Now on to this ADDANAC CITY comic strip below.

I’ve always said that I love the dichotomy between Hank and Christie. When those two get together, the comedic possibilties are endless. This particular comic strip is about sharing. I suppose the moral would be:

“It’s better to give up a little than to lose everything.”

See? I got a little Confucius in me (get yer mind outta the gutter, please).

Well, I hope you enjoy the strip and I hope that Hank learned a little something about either
1) Sharing or
2) Suffering the wrath of a woman scorned.

AC 47


  1. Variable width helps with the cartoons.

    There is a gal from my blogroll, Cynthia, who helped me with my blog layout. She’s really talented, reasonablly priced, and a good artist herself. Honestly for as much time as some people put into their blogs, for $65 she can help with the layout, design a banner and create a gravatar. As an artist yourself, you don’t need much, but give her a ring if you are inclined.

    Comment by Michael — February 21, 2009 @ 10:05 pm

  2. I graduated in ’94 as well! My undergrad was economics!

    Comment by Michael — February 21, 2009 @ 10:06 pm

  3. Michael: I may have to look her up. I’m always searching for new ways to make the blog and my website better. If anyone has any suggestions, my door is always open (I need to get it fixed. Darn loose hinges).

    Michael: Cool! Where did you go to school? (You can tell me thru email if ya want, just in case yer alma mater is trying to stick you for those past due school loans). 🙂

    Comment by George — February 21, 2009 @ 10:30 pm

  4. I went to the University of Calgary, student loans are paid in full! Cynthia is at NW designs on my blog roll, where did you go to school?

    Comment by Michael — February 22, 2009 @ 12:04 am

  5. I’m an alumnus of Virginia State University in Petersburg, VA (go Trojans!). I have a BFA in Visual Communication (which is just a high-falutin’ way of saying “advertising art”).

    Comment by George — February 22, 2009 @ 12:32 am

  6. This is one of my favorite strips of all time! I was actually selling lollipops as a fundraiser for my daughter’s Honor’s Choir, when you posted this strip! It is so funny! Kudos to Christie, is what I think first off. Unfortunately, Hank will probably eat them anyway. He’s just quirky that way! Lol! 😛

    Comment by Traviett — February 22, 2009 @ 10:38 pm

  7. If I click “leave a comment” on the home page it takes me to Not sure if you meant the promotion for Michael but may need to check that.


    Comment by bearmancartoons — February 23, 2009 @ 4:12 pm

  8. Thanks, B!

    I was using the “leave a comment” words to point towards the guest-book on the right side. I didn’t realize that they linked to Mike’s site. Just click on the “sign guestbook” tab if you wanna leave a comment.

    Thanks for letting me know!

    Comment by George — February 23, 2009 @ 6:25 pm

  9. Damn! There go all my stats!

    Comment by Michael — February 23, 2009 @ 7:34 pm

  10. Hahaha! You know you keep the masses flocking to your genius blog anyway, Michael. You and Bearman are the only two reasons my stats don’t look like an horizon line. 🙂

    Comment by George — February 23, 2009 @ 10:04 pm

  11. One other thing. And trust me I don’t know how to do it combining your site and your blog. One of the positives about Michaels site is that readers can comment on every strip. This may increase your stats. I know I wanted to react to something in a cartoon the other day but there didn’t seem an appropriate place to do it.

    Comment by bearmancartoons — February 24, 2009 @ 6:53 pm

  12. I thought the same thing on the “” site, but this is a good outlet for the fans to comment, and good support marketing as well. Would probably not have linked up with Hank if it weren’t for the blog.

    Comment by Michael — February 24, 2009 @ 9:15 pm

  13. I wanted to have comments per strip for my website, but I don’t think my software allows .php scripting and whatnot. That’s why my archives are…difficult, to say the least. I’m looking into trying another software program to create the site. I downloaded so I could get ComicPress, but I could never get it to install. I guess it wasn’t meant to be. Alas and alack.

    Anybody got any suggestions for some simple webcomic software that I can just transfer my domain name to? Did I mention I need for it to be FREE? Yeah…or nearly free, anyway.

    Comment by George — February 24, 2009 @ 10:10 pm

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