Crossover madness

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The Bunny Planet comes courtesy of Jon Rosenberg at Scenes from a Multiverse. Click here for more bunnies.


It’s a good demo, though.

Got my code off Twitter.

Definitely looking forward to seeing how Ness shakes out in the full version!


Podcast: 20 Sides of Nerd interview

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Hello readers, new and old. We don’t often do this sort of thing, but Matt and myself appeared on the podcast 20 Sides of Nerd this week. It was a hoot to do, and I certainly enjoyed talking about the old Mac Hall strip. If you want to put voices to the screen names, here’s your opportunity,¬† and while you’re at it, add a nice, nerdy, laid-back¬† podcast to your weekly playlist.

Thank you to Emdee for hosting us. Hope to chat again some time.

20 Sides of Nerd


Whoah, lotta new people

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That dog comic certainly got around, didn’t it?

Welcome to Three Panel Soul, if you’re new. Here’s some things to know.

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I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention we’ve got a store. Also, you can get a print of any comic by clicking the red button on the bottom left of the comic. It’ll autofill with the comic number and you can just click through.


Book 2 is here!

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As you can see from the pretty banner above, book 2 is now on sale. We’ve been working on this for a while now so we’re super-pumped to see it come out. There’s 100 comics, all with full commentary.

Also, if you missed out on the first book, you can get both of them in a combo pack.


Mac Hall Volume Whatever on Gumroad

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The old Mac Hall book has been out of print for a long time, and the only way to get it was paying ridiculous prices on the secondary market.

We just put it up for sale on Gumroad as a PDF.

For something that’s ten(!) years old, it holds up pretty well. There’s a ton of commentary and a bunch of bonus art features from Ian. If nostalgia is your thing, give it a look.