The Introduction Thread

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sowellca
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by sowellca » Tue Dec 16, 2008 10:15 am

Hello All,
I am Chris. An unnaturally normal abnormal person that acts abnormally normal. What you see is not what you get, unless you choose to get what you see, in which case you'll get the normalized version of me. BTW, I am from Texas, which is really a lot like me, if you choose to look beyond what you see.

dj_squelch
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Location: Northen Saskatchewan.... it's cold here. Yes we have Moose.

Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by dj_squelch » Tue Dec 16, 2008 10:33 am

Hellooooo!

I'm Will, I live in northern Canada. its cold here. Really cold. It was -46c yesterday. Thats really cold! :(
HAAAAAALP MEEEEE!!! i'm cold :(

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IsDonIsBest
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by IsDonIsBest » Tue Dec 16, 2008 10:36 am

Hiya,

This comic is absolutely stunning, I'm loving the continuous experimentation, and I admire it soo much.

I'm 28, live in Canberra, Australis, and found CD when a friend and I were looking into making a scifi webcomic - still vaporware, but less so than it was.

Don
have a great day

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sherinik
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by sherinik » Tue Dec 16, 2008 11:01 am

ShEriNik here, recently came over from IHGK (I think, could have been Schlock) Another Firefly fan, Fox bedamned. IsDonIsGood, I wondered if you were Oz, I didn't think that tag travelled! I'm in Melbourne, Oz, wondering where summer is. When I was a kid, December was high 20's low 30's every day (that's Celcius to you non-metrics) - now we get snow on the Ranges at Christmas, and Australia's Ranges are foothills anywhere else. Global warming anyone?

javcs
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by javcs » Tue Dec 16, 2008 12:03 pm

Hey all.
I don't remember when exactly in the story I found Crimson Dark, but, it was probably a year or so ago ... maybe longer.
I'm currently reacclimating to Chicago weather, because it's warmer where I go to school.

altasilvapuer
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by altasilvapuer » Tue Dec 16, 2008 2:09 pm

Hey, all! I discovered Crimson Dark roughly halfway through Chapter 1, I believe, while going through Google image search looking at science fiction fightercraft. I came across a ship built out of Legos named a Scimitar, and after checking out the site on which it was hosted, fell in love with Crimson Dark. I read several webcomics in my free time, but Crimson Dark is one of the only two I ever truly find myself in eager anticipation to read (the other being Rich Burlew's Order of the Stick. The latter, though, is more just for my sense of humour, whereas Crimson Dark is my chief source of quality escapist literature, currently.

I emigrated to this forum from NightGig's, following discussion of the move and the (subsequent?) failing of NightGig's forum servers. I have to say, I prefer this one so far, too.

-asp
I am me; I am I.
I am alive; I am existent.
I am sentient; I am human.
I am separated; I am amalgamated.
I alone am me, but I, too, am others.
I am but me, alone with everyone together.
I am I; I am me.

katastrophe
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by katastrophe » Tue Dec 16, 2008 2:15 pm

Kat. 28. Rural Virginia. I've been reading the comic for about 2 years now, I think, and it's one of my favorite web comics. I wanna be Crimson Dark when I grow up. :)
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Photon440
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Photon440 » Tue Dec 16, 2008 7:02 pm

I was on the old forum too, and here I am again! I'm from Surrey, British Columbia in Canada (fairly close to Vancouver).

Both the storyline and the artwork are phenomenal! I'm not much for online comics or stories, but this is one that I have to keep coming back to. Well done, well done I say.

I hope you find the time to keep it up, and do your schooling as well. :)
I think better in my sleep.

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see317
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by see317 » Wed Dec 17, 2008 7:02 am

See317 (real name Scott, but it seems like there are too many Scotts around), 28 years old. Live in Colorado, and would like to complain about the weather yesterday as it was record setting lows of -15.
Unfortunately DJ_Squelch already complained about weather that was much colder in Canada. Oh well, it's sunny outside now, and above freezing, so I can't complain too much.

Anyway, I stumbled across CD from a random link on the Penny-Arcade forums quite some time ago and was hooked by the nifty space ship designs.

Pheagey
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Pheagey » Wed Dec 17, 2008 7:36 am

Yo, this is Pheagey (Dj) living down here in sun central Florida. I enjoy romantic evening by the beach and.....riiiight, Scifi, action-comedy, RTS's, and fast cars. Also, Im a web development / interactive media specialist. .Net / PHP / AJAX /etc are parts of my daily vocabulary; unfort. I cannt spell so I'll apologize in advance about that.

Anyways, jsut sayin hi, and Im likin Crimson Dark, its one of the few "weekly checkins" I look forward to...

Ok, till next time, peace...

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