Discussion (14) ¬

  1. Rags

    Good job, Fluffy’s nose!

    Who is Zenith? Is there a Nadir?

  2. Val Kilmer Batman
    Val Kilmer Batman

    I think that I would react the same way CK would. Except that I’d lose a hand trying to hide behind Nin-Wah

  3. Frank

    Funny how Nin Wah assumes she’s the “her”. Also, LOL at the rubber ducky. Yeah, I don’t have much to say today.

    @Rags: I’m guessing its Queen Tag’s middle name

    @Val kilmer: You’d take off and hide Nin Wah’s hand?

  4. Brian

    Thank you for adding the rubber duckie. Makes the onomatopoeia all so clear now!

  5. Wilford B. Wolf
    Wilford B. Wolf

    Well, I always knew that Fluffy was somehow related to Pinky (zort).

  6. Brother

    Nice save CK.Classy.

    Also I’mma guessing Zenith is the Blue Meanie’s name.

  7. Scotty

    @Brian I was thinking, maybe at some kind of Flash thing where you can press to hear the sound effect. But then, would the whole thing have to be an SWF? I wouldn’t want people not to be able to download the comic. Or maybe something on the side where the jukebox used to be. (I took that down because the design wasn’t working for me.)
    Or if I do sound effects, then maybe like background music and… stuff..!

  8. WolfWings

    @Scotty You don’t need an SWF to include a single sound effect, if you don’t mind it only working on newer browsers. But even then, a 100% transparent SWF placed just over the clickable spot wouldn’t prevent someone from right-click-saving the image of the comic itself.

  9. WolfWings

    Specific example for modern/newer browsers to play the sound effect in JavaScript. Normal ‘clickable area’ overlay on the appropriate spot triggers this code:


  10. Brian

    Oh I was just being a dork! I thought the duck was funny, is all! No technical hootenanny required.

  11. LostHopeOfDusk

    Take the rancoon or the pink cat?

  12. Frank

    (at Scotty in reference to Wolfwing’s comment): there’s this thing called area maps we used back in the days of HTML 2. It lets you set a region of your image which, when that region alone is clicked, goes to a link or executes a javascript or whatever. I used them here to have the translation of a speech bubble appear as mouse-over text.

    Though now that I think of it, you need to be able to edit the <img …> tag in your page’s HTML code, and I don’t know if comicpress lets you do that.

  13. Gene Catlow

    Jerk, indeed. Willing to hand over Fluffy just like that?! Boooo!

  14. Frank

    That exposition must be really big if it’s not up yet!

    Oh, and Happy Halloween

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