Attention Space Doxie fans. There’s gear coming. Have you always wanted to support the strip but just haven’t found the right moment? You (dog or non-dog) will soon have an array of wonderful apparel to choose from. It’s a win-win. You help the strip, the strip helps your wardrobe. Stay tuned.
Just last week Space Doxie published it’s one hundredth strip after a full year of being on the internet. Having put out one hundred comic strips starts to make me ask myself many inevitable questions. Will this comic make it? Do people really care about a space traveling dachshund with a bad attitude and a short attention span? Am I the only dachshund/science fiction lover in existence? Ironically, in the midst of the laborious fear and self doubt over the value of Space Doxie, I got an interesting and somewhat validating email.
Starting Tuesday, Sept 30, Space Doxie will be a regular contributor to a fantastic app called Comic Chameleon. Comic Chameleon allows users quick access to their favorite webcomics on any iPhone (androids are coming). It incorporates an amazing panel-by-panel viewing system for an up close and fluid reading experience even on a small screen, and it’s free. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO. If you like comics (or you’re weirdly just a Space Doxie fan) and you’ve never heard of it, go to your Apple app store and grab a copy immediately.
The Captain and I will now face another year of comedy and tragedy. We hope for the best possible reception from our fans. Keep reading, it keeps us writing.
The Captain was out in space taking selfies one day and to his surprise an unknown subject was spotted in the corner of one of the photographs. After closer examination it was determined that the subject was a character from the comic strip Bug Pudding. His name is Agile. For obvious reasons we’ll refer to him as The Mad Bomber.
If you haven’t checked it out head on over to www.bugpudding.com for a bigger dose of Agile and much more. It’s a silly riot of a comic and it’s sure to put a smile on your face.
We Just made a swell friend named Roger over at www.goodpuppy.com It’s a fantastic style The Captain and I couldn’t resist. I hope his explorations are as keen as ours. :O-)
Dachshund logic: For every life sustaining planet in the universe there are at least one dozen that can be easily terra formed with a good dig :O-)