The Introduction Thread

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skythorn
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by skythorn » Wed Dec 17, 2008 10:18 am

Hi Guys

I'm a sf fan from way back, chose my university based on its sf literature section - continued to read and enjoy sf for ages, dropped out for a bit trying to make a million dollars in the dot com boom, the bubble burst, no million dollars, but regained my interest in sf on the web, found webcomics, found browser based games, and with the 2 I spend happily several hours a day on the computer - probably not the most worthwhile way of spending my time, but not a bad way either.

Nice comic BTW- really have enjoyed it, and I've passed it on to other people and game players I find from time to time. Some become fans, some don't reply (heathens!)

Caio until later

:sky :D

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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Khalor » Wed Dec 17, 2008 10:31 am

Hey, I'm Nick, I'm 19, I'm from New Zealand, and I've just finished a degree in digital filmmaking. Like TommiR the forum switch provided an excuse to finally register. :P Nice to meet y'all.

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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by fauvem » Thu Dec 18, 2008 10:19 am

The fragments of thought barely register as the body reacts with the rhythmic sound caused by digits dithering cross the keyboard and breathing. The first is redundant to the point of vulgarity as it serves little more than saying "I am here" and the other is more deliberate and delicate to the point of elegance in the resulting bombardment of motions yet still, they pale before those fragments failing behind the chemical fog. Quivering, vibrant, echoing yet completely inescapable but most simply, there expression shall be witnessed across this forum. The details of this collection of flesh wrapped, blood kissed organs thats framed by bones, isn't worthy of the detail required of this thread. However you may gleam details from this entity under this alias in time...

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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Mercy Machine » Fri Dec 19, 2008 6:42 pm

I don't know if this really counts as an introduction, because I've been following Crimson Dark avidly since I followed a link from TV Tropes, and was an occasional poster on the old forum.

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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Discordia » Fri Dec 19, 2008 8:46 pm

Hello all!

I'm Discordia. 26 years old.

At some point I stopped registering in forums.
Should I ever loose my Firefox backups, I shall
lose over 80% of my passwords, and nicks,
I registered with. :)

But when reading the line
'Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!
in today's comic, I was so sheered up on
this grey day, I threw my principles over board.

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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Morchaint » Sun Dec 21, 2008 4:45 am

uh hi.

Morchaint here


love the webcomic graphics and story just couldnt stop reading :D

I m in Colorado.

I like Chocolate, RPGs, WoW, toys, and other fun stuff.


~Morchaint
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I didn't do it, Nobody saw me do it, and you can't Prove anything! :P

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WarPlayer
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by WarPlayer » Thu Dec 25, 2008 8:15 am

Hello,

I'm a Science and Math Teacher in the Northern California Bay Area.

I really enjoy this comic, and I want to have a print copy.

When will we be able to get a print copy of this? Or do I need to go to Kinkos and spiral-bind my own chapters so I can read this on the go?

John Hill

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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Clockwish » Sun Dec 28, 2008 12:43 am

I'm a computer geek living in rural South Australia.

Nerdjob
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Nerdjob » Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:10 pm

Hi

I'm an electrical engineer (B.Sc.) and (largely) self-taught programmer. I live in Copenhagen, Denmark, and English is a second language for me, so if the style and tone of my writing sometimes seems inconsistent, you know why. I've made a habit of registering in the forums of all the webcomics I read, but for the most part I'm content to just lurk.

I too don't recall how I stumbled on to CD, but most likely it's via Schlock, too. I also read another Australian webcomic, Terinu, which for some reason has been dead in the water since early November.

And, uhm, that's about it, about me, I guess.

Good work, David.
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An object in motion will be heading in the wrong direction.

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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Digitalmaniac » Tue Dec 30, 2008 11:27 pm

Hello, I'm Victor. I lost contact with CD when the posts stopped on Drunkduck. When Hero by Night went belly up I rarely went back to the duck. I recently discovered CD was not gone for good but was alive and well. I've been catching up on the past year of pages and am thoroughly impressed with the level of artwork and the writing.
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