Coming this Christmas (but not really)...
KING ROOT IS UP TO NO GOOD and ONLY ONE GROUP of competitive nighttime cooks CAN STOP HIM!
Will MOLLO AND THE GANG have what it takes to FEED THE SNOOTY POPULOUS AND RUIN KING ROOT'S PLANS before shift ends?
WHO KNOWS? WHO CARES?! IT'S GRILLIN' BEANS!!!
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What's the point of this, exactly
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Tthe release date was going to be an elaborate joke culminating in absolutely nothing being released.
The joke failed, as you're not supposed to advertise web comics... something I realized after, well, advertising for it. I guess it's all right, though, as long as I don't make 20 new threads about GRILLIN' BEANS.
Says who? web comics get advertised, but not like that... Web comics are a different media, not meant for the physical world... so why advertise in poster form?
An excellent example of modern advertising in web comics can be at Penny Arcade. Notice how they often draw mini-comics for new games. The identify their target reader which is a mostly gamer reader and use the new video game's web page as a magnet to attract new readers to the PA page.
Edit: Childs Play and PAX are also non traditional ways of how PA has gotten its name accross. Though advertising was not the intention of these activities, it's an unavoidable side-effect.
And Casio Swades is from Sveden - that's why his hair looks like it's clipping or whatever.
Yes, please give criticism. Even if it is only one sentence...
Anyway, Alex Trebek is a drunk (NWS - for cursing): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GU2w72KAkQQ