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9th Aug '15 3:34:06 PM Hadjorim
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[[caption-width-right:225:[[HypocriticalHumor Posted on a Tuesday, no less.]]]]
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[[caption-width-right:225:[[HypocriticalHumor Posted on a Tuesday, no less.Tuesday.]]]]
29th Dec '14 10:13:50 AM nombretomado
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-->-- DouglasAdams
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-->-- DouglasAdamsCreator/DouglasAdams
12th Dec '14 10:40:10 PM Apocalypt1cAssass1n
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Added DiffLines:
* ScheduleSlip/LetsPlay
14th Aug '14 3:11:49 AM AnSTH
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27th Oct '13 1:39:20 AM Whitecroc
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As the non-webcomic examples of this phenomenon very much prove, even professional comic and manga creators are not immune from this, it's just more noticeable with webcomics due to do the medium's properties. This also flows into Machnima and WebOriginal, as well as FanWorks.
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As the non-webcomic examples of this phenomenon very much prove, even professional comic and manga creators are not immune from this, it's just more noticeable with webcomics due to do the medium's properties. This also flows into Machnima {{Machinima}} and WebOriginal, other works under the WebOriginal umbrella, as well as FanWorks.
24th Oct '13 5:19:00 PM FastEddie
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Made it more general.
One of the biggest problems with webcomics is that many are haphazardly written and posted, especially since the majority are written part-time as a hobby. Unless an author is careful to maintain a StripBuffer, scheduling conflicts can result in strips being released late, from hours or days to months or (in a few notorious cases) years.
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One of the biggest problems The publishing/performing deadline/showdate has been missed. This can happen in any medium, but it happens ''a lot'' with webcomics. Many webcomics is that many are haphazardly written and posted, especially since the majority are written part-time as a hobby. Unless an author is careful to maintain a StripBuffer, scheduling conflicts can result in strips being released late, from hours or days to months or (in a few notorious cases) years.
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