A comic seems to have appeared out of nowhere. Go figure.
So in case you happened to miss the major updates that went on over the weekend, allow me to recap.
The Ctrl+Alt+Del Store had a veritable explosion of product. The first T-Shirts of the new CAD Apparel line have debuted with some noteable success. There are currently cast member shirts for Ethan, Lucas, Lilah, Ted and Chef Brian. There will eventually be an addition for Scott, but I don’t have an ETA.
The shirts are available in three colors, Blue, Black and Green, and from sizes small to 2XL. There is no option to purchase 2XL yet, but they are available for an extra $2.00. If you require this size, please email me.
Pre-orders for the shirts are going great, and I want to thank you all for your support. I’m going to wait through the weekend to give people a chance to order, since pre-ordering is the easiest way to gaurantee immediate availability of the size/color combination you desire. I’m then going to send the order to the printer and get you all your shirts. Also, I will be drawing a limited edition, signed cast print for those that preorder, and including them with the shipments, so get those orders in! Pre-orders end on Monday the 25th!
Also, a version of the Ten Commandments poster that debuted at Otakon 2003 is also available for purchase in the store, though it is also in pre-order status and am not sure when it will ship.
Also, the Bios page got a much needed update. I’ll flesh that section out with better pics and more info at a later date, but what’s there should tide you over for now.
I also have a couple of other things to bring to your attention. First is Sam and Fuzzy! Go there! Sam is a good friend of mine, and his comic is much more hilarious than most stuff you’ll find anywhere else on the internet. And you know what’s tragic? He’s not as popular as he should be! So guess what you can do for me?! Go to his site, read his comics, laugh out loud and click on his vote button. If you guys can make Sam email me saying “Holy crap! Look at all these votes I got!”, then I’ll make you all a really spiffy new Ctrl+Alt+Del wallpaper! Deal? Good.
Also, some of you may be interested in this site. It’s a non-profit organization battling to protect your rights to share music and files online, and strike agreements with recording artists. It’s a touchy subject, one that you’ll decide one way or the other on, but either way I think this site is a good source of information on the subject.
And finally, Digital Entertainment News is running a contest where they’ll give you lots of free shit if you win! Go! Now!