Comic Strip

Comic Strip is a program that aggregates and displays online comics.

Comic Strip uses a pattern provided by the user to determine whether a specified comic is available. Using this method, Comic Strip can go back or forwards between pages, and optionally vew author commentary in a box below the comic.

Here are some things I think you'll love about Comic Strip:

Clean interface - just you and the comic.

Often confused or irritated by a comic's webpage layout? Or are you on a slow Internet connection? Comic Strip offers a no-frills way of viewing the comic.

Author commentary, right where you need it.

If you want, you can read the author's notes for a comic while reading the comic itself. Or you can hide it until you want to read it again.

Bring your own comics.

If there's a comic that you like that's not listed, you can add it yourself!

What's new in Comic Strip 1.0 Build 09

Encounter any bugs?

Although I try and make Comic Strip as solid as I can, everyone makes mistakes. Help me out by reporting any bugs you find!

System requirements:

Comic Strip requires only two things to run: Windows 2000 and above, and the .Net Framework 2.0.

Comic Strip © 2007-2012 Mark Kéy-Balchin.
El Goonish Shive is © Dan Shive.
MarkKB's Web © 2012 Mark Kéy-Balchin. All rights reserved.