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  1.  (1620.61)
    Hello Mr. Stevens. I'm a random reader of yours but enjoy it lots.
    I'm also enjoying finding all these other comics people are posting! Only read one or two of em afore...

    I imagine you could get yourself good n hot wearing this
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    Since we're all posting links to our favorite webcomics, how about A Lesson is Learned, But the Damage is Irreversible? Fantastic art; bizarre, sad-yet-funny stories.

    Picking an installment at random, I just remembered why I fell in love in the first place.
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      CommentAuthorbschory
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2008
     (1620.63)
    I absolutely adore Diesel Sweeties, so thanks to you, Mr. Stevens, for creating it, keeping it running, and being here this week :-)

    To answer your question to us, aside form Diesel Sweeties and Freakangels, my other current favorites webcomics are Sinfest, Applegeeks, Questionable Content, XKCD, and Least I Could Do.

    And a question for you sir, will we be seeing any of Uncle Grandpa or Johnny Toaster anytime soon? It seems like forever since we've seen them.

    Thanks for your time. :-)
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    Just met Diesel Sweeties for the first time and I love it - especially how much facial expression you get into so few blocky pixels.

    As for tofu bacon - I tried to find the bit from Alias where David Cronenberg rants about the semiotics of fake bacon, but YouTube failed me.

    Of all the webcomics I met, I miss The Spiders the most.
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      CommentAuthorPete Martin
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2008 edited
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    Seems the usual webcomic players have been mentioned, so I would like some Whitechapel love to Girls With Slingshots by Danielle Corsetto. No RSS feed, but it's updated all the time.

    And buy her stuff.

    Yeah... Nobodies asked yet: Mr R Stevens, How are you? Everything alright?
  4.  (1620.66)
    I miss Angst Technology (and its IT ninjas). maybe the archive will be back up soon, although I have no idea if he will ever make more comics.

    Also to avoid? Turkey bacon. Bleh. Nothing like bacon.
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      CommentAuthorFauxhammer
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2008 edited
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    I fucking love bacon, DS, Penny Arcade, and Something*Positive. Welcome to the Big Dance, Mister Stevens!

    Also, Guntharr: listen to this for some news that might just interest you--The Llama Report featuring Mr. Barry Smith Hisself
    • CommentAuthorrstevens
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2008
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    I'm actually pretty great today. Volunteered to do a PVP guest comic and it's really fun inking something for a change. More talking apres finis.
    • CommentAuthorhohlermann
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2008 edited
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    Why not a knitted bacon wrap? All cured meat should be worn, as seen in this seriously warped crocheting.

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    Pack it up in a bacon briefcase (unknown source)



    ...

    I like Nicholas Gurewitch's The Perry Bible Fellowship, which seems to be the natural successor to Far Side, and the absurdist retardation of white ninja comics.

    I've followed DS for quite a while, and I'm really liking the PDF volumes you've been releasing, thank you. On the issue of intellectual property rights alone, your choice of both the method of distribution and the sheer volume of content you've made publicly and freely available is an achievement to be proud of.
  5.  (1620.70)
    Mr Stevens, If Warren is Internet Jesus, what would that make you?
  6.  (1620.71)
    Hello, Mr. Stevens. Welcome to the insanity.
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    Hot sizzling saints, how did I miss a bacon thread for this long?

    Anyway.

    guntharr:
    @emsie
    If we weave a bacon quilt, what shall it be stuffed with? Bacon crumbles?


    And then dip it in bacon ranch dressing, oh my. (Gods, my heart seized up a bit just pondering that).

    Val:
    Re: Vosges - yes. absolutely. unreservedly. Dear friend of mine got me one (for her birthday, interestingly enough...probably knew I'd share. Which I did, of course; to deprive someone of bacony goodness is absurd). It is tasty.

    Tofu bacon? Really? Speaking of Achewood (and bacon...)

    And of course, a hearty hello to Mr. Stevens. You keep my screen filled with funny pixels and pictures of robots. And bacon. And put socks on my roommate's feet. Thanks! ^_^
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      CommentAuthorRachel
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2008 edited
     (1620.73)
    Dear Mr Stevens,

    I told my friends how awesome you were to bring shirts down to SDCC even after I missed the deadline and to find me a Cease and Desist shirt and that I have a great big school girl crush on you. One of them said you were a big girly man so I hit him in the crotch and now he doesn't talk to me at all!

    My question: Why do people shun the bacon round? It's as good as the streaky bacon and comes naturally attached. Yet I am often told that it is Not Bacon. Am I wrong to love all parts of bacon?
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      CommentAuthorLuke
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2008
     (1620.74)
    Heya Bacon-mo-tron (aka RStevens)

    Wanted to congratulate you on embarrassing the hell out of lazy authors just by existing. Also by reaching some kind of critical creativity mass where after years of pumping out a kickass strip every day, you double that two two strips, socks, bots and god knows what else. Every time I read a "no strip today" or "Sorry, too tired" anywhere online I think of you. Which motivates me to redouble my own efforts.

    Keep enjoying what you do.

    PS Hope the Clay-bots are continuing to amuse.
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      CommentAuthorjamaicad
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2008
     (1620.75)
    So... much... bacon.

    I know none of you have read this webcomic since I just started it: Weird Fishes
    • CommentAuthorcabridges
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2008
     (1620.76)
    I've read it now, so there. I'll trade you my marginally older webcomic: Save Hiatus!

    Has anyone brought in the bacon vodka yet? You haven't gotten hammered unless you've gotten hammered on bacon, man. Drop an egg in there and you've got breakfast.

    To RStevens: by this point, are strips something you work to create or are they just extruding from you like a Playdoh Fun Factory of Wrongness? To someone like me just starting out, a prolific creator who seems to be ramping up his output as he goes is damn inspirational and only a little scary.
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    Which candidate has more reptiod DNA?

    Clinton, Obama, or McCain?
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      CommentAuthorBurch
    • CommentTimeApr 1st 2008
     (1620.78)
    RICHARD STEVENS! Thanks for stopping by Whitechapel! Love your work!

    I'm going to go find a dark hole to crawl into until I can eat enough bacon to stop being such a fanboy.
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      CommentAuthorentity411
    • CommentTimeApr 1st 2008
     (1620.79)
    Jyallo Mr. Bacons- er....Stevens,

    I'm gonna have to add Bunny, Wapsi Square, and Gunnerkrigg Court, which are what I'm following along with Freakangels and DS on a regular basis.

    Going back to another thread here that I had fun reading, what is your ideal writing/creation space?
  9.  (1620.80)
    I used to have an insanely long webcomics list, still have all the bookmarks, but i've noticed now i have less and less time but more disturbingly, the creators who've been in the webcomic world for over a good 4+ years are cutting back on updates, so i checking sites fortnightly instead of 3wekly

    anyway, ever present on the list is xkcd, Bigger than cheeses, white ninja, oots, dinosaur comics and overcompensating...oh and vgcats, sometimes a little "the non-adventures of wonderella" too
    am missing things like aikida and crap i drew on my lunchbreak :(

    and just found, on lj "lolli loves venom" -very pretty