Some of you may know that T and I were at Intervention last year, and that we spoke on a panel or two. The Intervention staff has been trickling in these delectable video nuggets and I just found the most recent one features me. So, get ready to be disappointed, because here’s yours truly wingin’ it on the subject of “How Not to Make A Webcomic.”
We have just discovered that our humble dog & pony show now has its own Wikipedia Article. We are only further humbled by this.
I’m willing to bet dollars to donuts that some of you (our favorite webcomics readers in the whole wide world) are avid wikifans. If so, it would be most awesome if you put your skills to the task of helping us fill out the entry with citations, references, and whatever other little factlets you like to help protect it from the inevitable Notability Crucible it will fall victim to. Those of you who have been hard at work already, you are invaluable to everything that Guilded Age is trying to accomplish, and we cannot thank you enough.
Get crackin’, Guildies. Show them notability barons what for!
I wanted to do a list like this for fantasy, but I so tired tonight. Pretty sure “Renesmee Cullen” is going to make the cut, but I can’t decide on the other nine. But then I thought… “No matter what I put down, our readers will doubtless tell me what I missed. So why not make them tell me pre-emptively?”
So, I’m lookin’ for dumb names. Not silly-comical names like a Terry Pratchett character or, you know, every character in Guilded Age, but names that actively work against the function of the thing named, whether fictional or real (so long as they’re fantasy-related), whether names for persons, places or things.
So, go nuts. I’ll collect the best suggestions and mix in a few of my own, I’ll write it up, and we’ll call it a team effort.
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