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19th Jul '17 9:27:37 PM KBABZ
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* Chef Brian on ''Webcomic/CtrlAltDel'' was first posted as a filler strip when Tim was drunk and an hour away from a deadline. However, it proved popular with fans, and Brian now appears in a strip at the end of every story arc.

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* Chef Brian on ''Webcomic/CtrlAltDel'' often alternates between story arcs followed by one-shots not part of any particular story. This allows Tim Buckley the time to plan and make the next arc in advance.
** Chef Brian
was first posted as a filler strip when Tim was drunk and an hour away from a deadline. However, it proved popular with fans, and Brian now appears appeared in a strip at the end of every story the earlystory arc.
17th Apr '17 5:51:46 PM WillKeaton
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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in 2000 in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's daughter Leah was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio. The circle comes to a close nicely with the 2016 filler strips ''by'' Leah Abrams ("[[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/160510 Justine Kasich Goes Terribly Wrong]]").

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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in 2000 in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's daughter Leah was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio. The circle comes to a close nicely with the 2016 filler strips ''by'' Leah Abrams ("[[http://www.Abrams. ([[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/160510 Justine "Justine Kasich Goes "Goes Terribly Wrong]]").Wrong"]])
17th Apr '17 5:50:52 PM WillKeaton
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15th Aug '16 9:19:59 PM LinusEitname
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* When Eitán Margalit can't update ''[[Webcomic/ZeroZeroZeroThisComicAppearsFirstAlphabetically 0 0 0 This Comic Appears First Alphabetically]]'', he updates a CutAndPasteComic called ''Webcomic/OnePhoneCall''.
11th May '16 7:47:27 AM VVK
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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in 2000 in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's daughter Leah was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio. The circle comes to a close nicely with the 2016 filler strips ''by'' a Leah Abrams ("[[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/160510 Justine Kasich Goes Terribly Wrong]]").

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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in 2000 in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's daughter Leah was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio. The circle comes to a close nicely with the 2016 filler strips ''by'' a Leah Abrams ("[[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/160510 Justine Kasich Goes Terribly Wrong]]").
11th May '16 7:47:02 AM VVK
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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in 2000 in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's daughter Leah was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio. The circle comes to a close nicely with the 2016 filler strips ''by'' an older Leah Abrams ("[[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/160510 Justine Kasich Goes Terribly Wrong]]").

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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in 2000 in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's daughter Leah was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio. The circle comes to a close nicely with the 2016 filler strips ''by'' an older a Leah Abrams ("[[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/160510 Justine Kasich Goes Terribly Wrong]]").
11th May '16 7:46:00 AM VVK
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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's daughter Leah was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio. The circle comes to a close nicely with the 2016 filler strips ''by'' an older Leah Abrams ("[[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/160510 Justine Kasich Goes Terribly Wrong]]").

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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in 2000 in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's daughter Leah was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio. The circle comes to a close nicely with the 2016 filler strips ''by'' an older Leah Abrams ("[[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/160510 Justine Kasich Goes Terribly Wrong]]").
11th May '16 7:42:33 AM VVK
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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's child was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio.

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** Then there are the numerous [[GuestStrip filler stories by other actual comic artists]], notably "Sluggy Freelance, where are you?" in the middle of "Love Potion" when Pete's child daughter Leah was born and a number of others, apparently led by Ian [=McDonald=], whipped up a story that involved the [[AnimatedActors "cast"]] of ''Sluggy Freelance'' going missing and characters from other comics trying to substitute and looking for them. [[spoiler: It turned out Shirt-Guy Tom had kidnapped them.]] There are a whole number of others scattered around the comic, with authors ranging from Ian [=McDonald=] to Creator/PhilFoglio. The circle comes to a close nicely with the 2016 filler strips ''by'' an older Leah Abrams ("[[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/160510 Justine Kasich Goes Terribly Wrong]]").
24th Jan '16 8:33:23 PM aoeu
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* ''Webcomic/ZeroPercentDiscount'' has a [[http://zeropercentdiscountcomic.tumblr.com/post/130441373178 filler strip made in a mere 10 seconds]].
16th Sep '15 1:12:32 PM VVK
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** Finally, there has also been a variety of random odd things like photos of ''Sluggy'' characters as Legos, ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' screenshots, and ''Sluggy'' Mad Libs.

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** Finally, there has also been a variety of random odd things like photos of ''Sluggy'' characters as Legos, Legos (in one case re-enacting Cretor/{{John Carpenter}}'s ''Film/TheThing1982''), ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' screenshots, and ''Sluggy'' Mad Libs.
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