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#241189 - 09/29/00 05:32 PM new on-line comic
bryantjohnson Offline
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Registered: 08/10/00
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Loc: northampton ma usa
Not exactly a new comic (I've been doing it weekly since January) but new to this forum.

I have no idea how to describe it.
http://pages.map.com/tbp

-Bryant.
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#241190 - 10/09/00 02:17 PM Re: new on-line comic
markalester Offline
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Registered: 11/16/99
Posts: 63
Loc: Coloma, MI USA
Bryant,

You are in luck! I will describe your strip for you. No need for thanks [img]http://209.198.111.165/ubb/wink.gif[/img]

Teaching Baby Paranoia is an intelligent, slickly drawn, comic strip done in a more traditional format.

The strip is funny and well written. I personally book-marked it as soon as I saw the site. I knew I'd be coming back again.

So. If you're interrested in a quality strip. Come see.

A few questions tho':

Teaching Baby Paranoia? Ok. I admit it. I don't get the title. You'll have to explain that one to me.

Also:

It would help if you'd include a short character discription and a brief run down on what the strip is. Then I'd have a better idea of what's going on.

Thanks Bryant, for posting your strip here. It looks like a lot of fun. I'll check back often.

O. And thanks for the link to toonscape [img]http://209.198.111.165/ubb/smile.gif[/img]

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#241191 - 10/09/00 05:44 PM Re: new on-line comic
bryantjohnson Offline
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Registered: 08/10/00
Posts: 110
Loc: northampton ma usa
To tell you the truth...I can't actually recall how I came up with the title "Teaching Baby Paranoia."

When I created the first incarnation of this strip in college, the editors of the school paper insisted it have a title. Procrastination and caffeine make strange bed-fellows I guess...all I came up with was "Teaching Baby Paranoia." (It doesn't mean anything...as far as I can tell. Although doing a search for this title brings up banner ads for baby products!)

As for the characters. With the exception of the current storyline, there are very few characters that have names. In the Archive section, there is a strip called "Dramatis Personae." It lists most of the recurring characters.

In the current storyline, there are:

Dr. Erik St-Paul: A professor of divinity.
St. John D'Iroquois: The first sainted Native American.
Eliza West: An expert in New World folklore and culture.
Sir John Smithwick: A Revolutionary War era British adventurer.

Thanks;

-Bryant.
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