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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Chapters: The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, Questionable Content, Ctrl+Alt+Del, Dinosaur Comics, Sam and Fuzzy, Girly, VG Cats, Nothing Nice to Say, Little Gamers, A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible, Boy on a Stick and Slither. Excerp Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Chapters: The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, Questionable Content, Ctrl+Alt+Del, Dinosaur Comics, Sam and Fuzzy, Girly, VG Cats, Nothing Nice to Say, Little Gamers, A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible, Boy on a Stick and Slither. Excerpt: The Adventures of Dr. McNinja is a webcomic written and drawn by Chris Hastings, and inked formerly by Kent Archer and since 2010 by Hastings himself . Published three times a week on its own website, it features the fictional adventures of a character named Dr. McNinja, a thirty-five-year-old doctor who is also a ninja. Dr. McNinja is highly story-driven, with twenty- to ninety-page issues. The first story was published in the summer of 2004 as a one-off, and the comic has been in regular publication since late 2005. The site also sells Dr. McNinja merchandise. The Adventures of Dr. McNinja is a member of Dayfree Press. An August 31, 2006 announcement in the news section of the Dr. McNinja website indicates that an exclusive monthly installment of Dr. McNinja will appear in the British magazine .net. In 2003, when Chris Hastings was a forum member of Something Awful Forums, his screen name was "Dr. McNinja." During a drawing contest involving a characterization of user screen names, Hastings drew an image of Dr. McNinja behind his desk with a sword on his wall and a speech bubble reading, "Should anyone need the services of a ninja or a doctor, my office is always open." Shortly afterward, Chris made a full-length comic about McNinja for an art class. Strips were presented in a high contrast black-and-white, and then for a period of time were shaded digitally. Starting on 11 August 2008, comics began to be drawn in full color, provided by Carly Monardo. On February 9, 2009, Monardo stepped down to focus on her job on The Venture Bros. Anthony "Nedroid" Clark was chosen to replace...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Chapters: The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, Questionable Content, Ctrl+Alt+Del, Dinosaur Comics, Sam and Fuzzy, Girly, VG Cats, Nothing Nice to Say, Little Gamers, A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible, Boy on a Stick and Slither. Excerp Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Chapters: The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, Questionable Content, Ctrl+Alt+Del, Dinosaur Comics, Sam and Fuzzy, Girly, VG Cats, Nothing Nice to Say, Little Gamers, A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible, Boy on a Stick and Slither. Excerpt: The Adventures of Dr. McNinja is a webcomic written and drawn by Chris Hastings, and inked formerly by Kent Archer and since 2010 by Hastings himself . Published three times a week on its own website, it features the fictional adventures of a character named Dr. McNinja, a thirty-five-year-old doctor who is also a ninja. Dr. McNinja is highly story-driven, with twenty- to ninety-page issues. The first story was published in the summer of 2004 as a one-off, and the comic has been in regular publication since late 2005. The site also sells Dr. McNinja merchandise. The Adventures of Dr. McNinja is a member of Dayfree Press. An August 31, 2006 announcement in the news section of the Dr. McNinja website indicates that an exclusive monthly installment of Dr. McNinja will appear in the British magazine .net. In 2003, when Chris Hastings was a forum member of Something Awful Forums, his screen name was "Dr. McNinja." During a drawing contest involving a characterization of user screen names, Hastings drew an image of Dr. McNinja behind his desk with a sword on his wall and a speech bubble reading, "Should anyone need the services of a ninja or a doctor, my office is always open." Shortly afterward, Chris made a full-length comic about McNinja for an art class. Strips were presented in a high contrast black-and-white, and then for a period of time were shaded digitally. Starting on 11 August 2008, comics began to be drawn in full color, provided by Carly Monardo. On February 9, 2009, Monardo stepped down to focus on her job on The Venture Bros. Anthony "Nedroid" Clark was chosen to replace...

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