Thanks for reading.
The links section now has a button for the Hero of Three Faces Tumblr,
begun last autumn. The main Three Faces site remains the subdirectory
here on the AKOTAS site, but I wanted a place where I could post past
and current Three Faces cartoons and have people able to comment and
hit a like button and reblog and search by tag. New Three Faces
cartoons appear at the Tumblr about twenty four hours after they appear here;
and, on days when there aren't new Three Faces, Tumblr will usually
have an old Three Faces or even a Tumblr-only triangle fanfiction
cartoon. All this year there's
an ongoing series of Tumblr-only cartoons celebrating
Doctor Who's fiftieth anniversary.
Of course, Tumblr is a social network too, and besides the cartoons on my tumblog there are comments and reblogs of others' posts as well. I think that if there'd been Tumblr when I started Three Faces I would have put it there instead of at WebcomicsNation. I also think that Tumblr may be what I thought I was going to get when I signed up at deviantArt, because I certainly haven't put anything new at deviantArt since I signed up at Tumblr.
I almost replaced the LiveJournal button with the Tumblr button. About all I use LJ for any more is archiving Twitter entries. But I do post there still if rarely. So, in case of lack of timely AKOTAS update, the go-to places to find out if I've posted an explanation remain Twitter and LJ, and possibly Tumblr.
|Webcomics I read mornings: Kevin & Kell, For Better Or For Worse, C'est la Vie, Bring Back Roomies, Sluggy Freelance||Webcomics I read M-W-F mornings: General Protection Fault, Nukees, Newshounds, Spacetrawler, Girl Genius||Webcomics I read Tu-Th-Sa mornings: The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, All New Issues, Ctrl+Alt+Del, Punch an' Pie|
|Webcomics I read middays: Calvin & Hobbes, Least I Could Do, User Friendly, LuAnn, Pearls Before Swine, Narbonic, Schlock Mercenary|
|Webcomics I read weekday evenings: Something Positive, Girls With Slingshots, Questionable Content, El Goonish Shive, Striptease, Dinosaur Comics, Medium Large, Shortpacked, Hijinks Ensue, Wapsi Square, Scenes from a Multiverse, Sheldon, Devil's Panties, Help Desk, Real Life, PvP, LitBrick, Mary Elizabeth's Sock, Sporkman||Webcomics I read M-W-F evenings: xkcd, Two Lumps, Order of the Stick, College Roommates from Hell!!!, Bruno, Little Dee, Penny Arcade||Webcomics I read Tu-Th-Sa evenings: Darths & Droids, The Gutters, Bruno, Little Dee|
|Webcomics I read bedtimes: B.C., Station V3, Sinfest, Troutcave Redux, Skin Horse, Peanuts|
|Webcomics I read Sundays: Get Out of My Head, Blue Milk Special, Three Panel Soul, Zortic, The Non-Adventures of Wonderella, Megatokyo, Gronk, Head Trip, Irregular Comic||Webcomics I hope will start updating again: Boxjam's Doodle, The Angriest Rice Cooker In The World, My Name is Might Have Been, Dandy & Company, AppleGeeks, No Room for Magic, Li'l Mell, Breakfast of the Gods, Something Happens, Butternut Squash, Sketchies, 13 Seconds, Anywhere But Here, Crap I Drew On My Lunch Break, Count Your Sheep, Kismetropolis, The Magnificent Adventures of Hieronymus Bosch, esquire, The Green Avenger, I Draw Comics, Reasoned Cognition, Tux & Bunny, Perry Bible Fellowship, Let's Be Friends Again, The Whovian Observer, Gossamer Commons||See also The Daily Grind Iron Man Challenge, Talk About Comics, The Living Comic, Online Comics Day, The Belfry Comics Index, The Webcomic List, Mister Bloo, Nth Degree, 100% Originality Theatre, Brian Roney's Webcomic Reviews, Girls Read Comics (And They're Pissed), Fleen, Mr. Myth, Comixtalk and Websnark.|
Arthuriana sources I use or recommend:
Arthuriana - the Journal of Arthurian Studies; the website of the quarterly journal of the North American Branch of the International Arthurian Society.
The Camelot Project at the University of Rochester.
Camelot In Four Colors: A Survey of the Arthurian Legend in Comics
Mystical-WWW - The Arthurian A2Z knowledge Bank which has encyclopedically-arranged entries on the characters of the Arthurian legends.
Early British Kingdoms - Arthurian Bios.
Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table, Volume 1 and Volume 2.