Episode 63 and

May 24, 2006 11:25 am

We're back and things have changed. Have a look around. Get your bearings.

So why the change? Well, you must remember that there are two artists at bohemiandrive: I, the cartoonist/painter/roustabout, and Alec, the web-designer/roustabout. This is as much a showcase for his talents as it is for my own. So if Alec says, "I want to make a forum where the words zoom around the page like they would in an early-nineties Hollywood film about the internet," I say, "Killer."

Significant changes: you can now choose between dragging and scrolling through the comics, the Art page is more integrated, Speak has replaced the Mail Satchel, and Anarcholinks is over (sorry if your link is gone, but experiments must end). Please direct your questions, comments, and complaints about the new design to Alec via the Contact page.

That's all, enjoy. Comic updates on Wednesdays.

No, really.

Kit Roebuck


  1. I'm at a friend's house right now and they've got their monitor set to 1024x768. Evidently you can't see the bottom of the horizontal episodes on such a setup. I'll have to address that.

    In the mean time, you can click on "Drag to Read" in the header when you're viewing an episode. That'll switch you to "Scroll to Read", like it was before.

    Alec Reed

    May 24, 2006 11:25 am

  2. It's always excellent to see another episode up. I maintain that this is one of the most clever and profound web comics out there.


    May 24, 2006 11:25 am

  3. Okay, horizontal episodes should be readable at 1024x768 now.

    Alec Reed

    May 24, 2006 11:25 am

  4. Glad to see you're back, the scroll feature is awesome, props to the hella coding skillz.


    May 24, 2006 11:25 am

  5. Hey Alec, great work: you've made one of the best comic sites around, your brother should be really grateful (which he is, by the sounds of things :) )

    I'm into web design and comics, and this site provides both, and really well :D

    One small thing: it might be a good idea to change the cursor from a pointy hand (as in the one that shows up over links) to a grabby hand (all four fingers outstretched). That way people won't think that clicking on it will open a new page or anything.

    But yeah, the scrolling thing is completely brilliant. I am completely lost when it comes to javascript, and that's some really good stuff you've got going on there!


    May 24, 2006 11:25 am