Although multi-part strips occasionally appear, it mostly follows a gag-a-day format.
It is a weekly comic, typically updating on Mondays.
In the past, Snafu also hosted Digital Purgatory and This Comic Sucks. David Stanworth's original series, Snafu Comics is a gaming comic that debuted on May 15, 2002.
Stanworth says that he altered the art style for different strips to fit different audiences and types of humor; he says he alters it "every week." TIN The Incompetent Ninja, or just Tin, is Stanworth's second comic.
Tin, whose name is an acronym for "The Incompetent Ninja", is an assassin who is dangerous to everyone except his intended targets.
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As far as site updates, check out the snazzy new Extras section, with an F. Also the cam pages have been updated with their proper graphics for various things. Dirty Power Mini...which is basically the same thing but with Dirty Power guys.. But on the bright side, the new site is up, despite my cable modem exploding and AT&T having a shitty tech support that took forever to get a hold of, as you are bombarded by ads for Online Bill Pay and crap.
Sorry, I really hate it when I get an idea, then it ends up not being what I thought it did, then I drop the whole thing, then I quickly scribble up crap like this. If you have a problem with that, get a better graphics card. Right, if you're one of the few people that actually like this crappy comic, and you feel you want support LQC in it's efforts of hilarity, then you must be mad.
In other news, got a cool peice of fanart from Watchyour6 from pvpforums.com: I wanted to get to bed around 11 or so because of this damn cold. But I got into Gunbound, unfortunately, so I didn't have time to work on the comic. But if you still have the need to share our page, then go for it.
Even though the comics seem to get better and better, let me actually draw your attention away from the comic and that nice little vote button =) Ragnarok Online A cool Korean made M. If I wanted this junk I would have signed up for it ages ago.
Upon actually contacting a lifeform working for Comcast, which is AT&T's latest way of avoiding anti-trust laws, I was told my new cable modem would be installed and set up a week from now.
In some strips, Tin is pictured in bed next to a pink (female) ninja, and the focus is on sex-related humor, rather than violence.