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Re: Striker

Post by tony ingram » 18 Aug 2009, 16:21

Digifiend wrote:It's missing again... looks like it'll only appear 5 days a week until it finishes next month. :(
This seems to be the case. Scheduled to end on the 18th, according to Pete. :(

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Re: Striker

Post by Digifiend » 18 Aug 2009, 17:22

A month today... thanks for the update

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Re: Striker

Post by Digifiend » 26 Sep 2009, 15:43

www.myebook.com/striker3d

Striker is now available in ebook form from the beginning of the Warbury era. Nice one Pete Nash! :D

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Re: Striker

Post by Steve Henderson » 27 Sep 2009, 15:52

Anyone remember Steve McGarrys Badlands? Seems the sun likes to shed its talent every now and then, cannot believe Pete Nash hes not been given the chance to do more for the paper.

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Re: Striker

Post by Wayne814 » 19 Dec 2009, 18:57

Looks like Striker is going to be back at the end of January as a 1 page strip in a weekly magazine and it will pick up where it left off in the Sun.

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Re: Striker

Post by tony ingram » 19 Dec 2009, 19:13

Wayne814 wrote:Looks like Striker is going to be back at the end of January as a 1 page strip in a weekly magazine and it will pick up where it left off in the Sun.
What magazine?

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Re: Striker

Post by Phoenix » 19 Dec 2009, 19:23

Come on, Wayne, hurry up, don't keep this information to yourself. Digi will be on heart attack alert by now!

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Re: Striker

Post by Terry » 19 Dec 2009, 21:34

http://s11.zetaboards.com/StrikerWorld/index/

All in here, Pete Nash is not confiming which magazine, until the deal is 100% concluded, he's also hoping to put his other strip psycops online sometime.

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Re: Striker

Post by ISPYSHHHGUY » 19 Dec 2009, 21:45

Terry: perhaps you remember the great innovative instalment in the Striker strip in the 'soaraway' Sun when the format of the daily strip changed----mid-strip----- from hand-drawn to digital ?

I think the last frame was an all-CGI close-up of a characters' mouth stating:

there's gonna be some changes round here!'



I think this highly novel episode of the strip appeared around Easter '98: a great visual gag by any standards: up there with the great TEX AVERY.

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Re: Striker

Post by Terry » 19 Dec 2009, 22:01

ISPYSHHHGUY wrote:Terry: perhaps you remember the great innovative instalment in the Striker strip in the 'soaraway' Sun when the format of the daily strip changed----mid-strip----- from hand-drawn to digital ?

I think the last frame was an all-CGI close-up of a characters' mouth stating:

there's gonna be some changes round here!'



I think this highly novel episode of the strip appeared around Easter '98: a great visual gag by any standards: up there with the great TEX AVERY.
I do, I've followed Striker from the very start, you can get a full history of Striker from the Striker website.


http://www.striker3d.net/

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Re: Striker

Post by tony ingram » 20 Dec 2009, 12:46

Terry wrote:http://s11.zetaboards.com/StrikerWorld/index/

All in here, Pete Nash is not confiming which magazine, until the deal is 100% concluded, he's also hoping to put his other strip psycops online sometime.
Oh, I do hope so-Psycops was brilliant!

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Re: Striker

Post by Spencer » 21 Dec 2009, 17:47

Sorry chaps!! Newspaper Strips is one of the only boards I don't check that often... I'll go back to sleep now :lol:

Merry Christmas to all if I don't post again beforehand!

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Re: Striker

Post by Terry » 11 Jan 2010, 13:38

Striker's return could be confirmed by the end of this week.

http://s11.zetaboards.com/StrikerWorld/index/

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Re: Striker

Post by Lew Stringer » 11 Jan 2010, 13:49

Terry wrote:Striker's return could be confirmed by the end of this week.

http://s11.zetaboards.com/StrikerWorld/index/
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Hopefully they'll make the announcement a bit more public if they want it to be seen. :wink:

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Re: Striker

Post by Digifiend » 11 Jan 2010, 14:43

You have to be a member of that board to view the posts. I hate it when forums do that.

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