I have been publishing a webcomic for four months: a comic about CSS (and web development) without images, all coded in CSS and HTML. And I’ve had a blast while building it. An interesting experiment overall (that I have written about and will continue writing about in the future.)
Today is June 15th, and what more important web event than the end-of-life of Internet Explorer. To commemorate that moment, I created a special webcomic, considerably longer than the ones I’m use to do. It is divided in three parts:
- The Death of IE
- The Necromancer
- The Return of
(Can you tell I have been reading The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings lately?) And without further ado, here it is...
It is fun coding these type of comics, but I need to streamline the process to make it easier and faster. I will continue the experiment for as long as I can (and as long as I come up with ideas.)
You can support the coding of this webcomic by becoming a patron on Patreon. Patrons have early access to the comics, get previews of different projects, and can have input on some ideas. For this comic, patrons got an alternative ending (last panel) and a slightly animated version of the drawing.