About “Random Access”

August of 2007, my cousin and I had this nifty idea to do our own webcomic. He would draw, I would write. The concept was fairly simple. I would write a script for the strip, and he had no power in changing it. Once it was turned over to him, I had no say in how the art would turn out. This was to produce a “random” but hopefully humorous result. For the most part, it was a success.

We managed about nine strips, but then real life got in the way. The artist’s schedule reached critical mass, and his attempts to reunite the members of ABBA for a glorious Underworld Tour were taking up most of his time. Okay, maybe not that, but I like to think of it that way. I turned the drawing duties to another artist for Strip # 10, but her schedule also infringed up on it

It was a short run of about four or so months, but it was awesomeness personified.

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Saturday, November 1st, 2008 Webcomics

2 Comments to About “Random Access”

  1. […] My cousin and I first had a webcomic we worked on called Random Access, it’s short-lived story can be found HERE. […]

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