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24th Jan '16 9:22:45 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Strangers in Paradise}}'' did this from time to time, under the pretence that the reader was looking at pages from a ''SIP'' prose novel.

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* ''{{Strangers ''ComicBook/{{Strangers in Paradise}}'' did this from time to time, under the pretence that the reader was looking at pages from a ''SIP'' prose novel.
7th May '15 12:25:49 AM DeadSkunk
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* The ''Webcomic/{{Erfworld}}'' has gone through phases of this. Originally the text updates were bonus content, accompanied by a single panel of fan art, during a break in the regular comic's run. After changing artists, it continued as a comic until a combination of personal issues (on the part of writer and artist) and the realization that you can do certain things in text that don't work visually. prompted a move to alternating between comics and text. Besides throwing text updates into the comic's main story line, there are now weekly updates to text-only stories inspired by the strip's Kickstarter backers.

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* The writer of ''Webcomic/{{Erfworld}}'' has gone through phases of this. Originally the started doing text updates to cover the gap between the strip's first and second artists. The updates were bonus content, accompanied by a single panel of fan art, during a break in the regular comic's run. After changing artists, it continued as a comic until a combination of personal issues (on the part of writer art and artist) and the realization that you can do certain things in text that don't work visually. prompted a move to alternating between comics and text. Besides throwing text updates into generally followed the comic's main story line, story. When the second artist started to have personal issues, the text updates returned, and were eventually announced as becoming a permanent part of the strip. Between the second and third artists, text updates returned full time to flesh out the backstories of some secondary characters. With a new artists on board, the comic now alternates panels and text in the main storyline, and there are now weekly updates to text-only stories inspired by the strip's Kickstarter backers.
7th May '15 12:21:08 AM DeadSkunk
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* The ''Webcomic/{{Erfworld}}'' does something similar. A series of text updates runs as a separate, parallel feature to the proper comics. Each one (usually) has a single illustration, which doesn't use the style of the comics and is often guest art. These [[{{Filler}} pad out]] the infrequent full updates, while filling out some background in a way that's difficult to do in panels. Due to issues in the artist's personal life it has switched to an entirely text-based format for the time being. However, rather than continue the main story, the author has decided to tell an extended back story of one of the main characters.

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* The ''Webcomic/{{Erfworld}}'' does something similar. A series has gone through phases of this. Originally the text updates runs as a separate, parallel feature to the proper comics. Each one (usually) has were bonus content, accompanied by a single illustration, which doesn't use panel of fan art, during a break in the style regular comic's run. After changing artists, it continued as a comic until a combination of personal issues (on the part of writer and artist) and the realization that you can do certain things in text that don't work visually. prompted a move to alternating between comics and is often guest art. These [[{{Filler}} pad out]] text. Besides throwing text updates into the infrequent full updates, while filling out some background in a way that's difficult to do in panels. Due to issues in the artist's personal life it has switched to an entirely text-based format for the time being. However, rather than continue the comic's main story, the author has decided to tell an extended back story of one of line, there are now weekly updates to text-only stories inspired by the main characters.strip's Kickstarter backers.
20th Apr '13 7:01:51 AM StFan
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* Some ''Webcomic/{{Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan}}'' strips use wordless strips with text boxes rather than regular comic format.

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* Some ''Webcomic/{{Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan}}'' ''Webcomic/RoguesOfClwydRhan'' strips use wordless strips with text boxes rather than regular comic format.
5th Mar '13 8:49:18 PM PaulA
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* Burne Hogarth, who had done the NewspaperComic version of ''Franchise/{{Tarzan}}'' for many years, published a couple of {{Graphic Novel}}s using text taken directly from the original Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs novels. The art is ''gorgeous,'' especially in ''Jungle Tales of Tarzan''.

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* Burne Hogarth, who had done the NewspaperComic version of ''Franchise/{{Tarzan}}'' for many years, published a couple of {{Graphic Novel}}s using text taken directly from [[Literature/{{Tarzan}} the original Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs novels.Edgar Rice Burroughs novels]]. The art is ''gorgeous,'' especially in ''Jungle Tales of Tarzan''.
5th Mar '13 8:48:37 PM PaulA
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* Burne Hogarth, who had done the NewspaperComic version of ''Literature/{{Tarzan}}'' for many years, published a couple of {{Graphic Novel}}s using text taken directly from the original Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs novels. The art is ''gorgeous,'' especially in ''Jungle Tales of Tarzan''.

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* Burne Hogarth, who had done the NewspaperComic version of ''Literature/{{Tarzan}}'' ''Franchise/{{Tarzan}}'' for many years, published a couple of {{Graphic Novel}}s using text taken directly from the original Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs novels. The art is ''gorgeous,'' especially in ''Jungle Tales of Tarzan''.
21st Jul '12 1:55:13 PM DoctorSerenitySquid
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* Burne Hogarth, who had done the NewspaperComic version of ''{{Tarzan}}'' for many years, published a couple of {{Graphic Novel}}s using text taken directly from the original Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs novels. The art is ''gorgeous,'' especially in ''Jungle Tales of Tarzan''.

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* Burne Hogarth, who had done the NewspaperComic version of ''{{Tarzan}}'' ''Literature/{{Tarzan}}'' for many years, published a couple of {{Graphic Novel}}s using text taken directly from the original Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs novels. The art is ''gorgeous,'' especially in ''Jungle Tales of Tarzan''.
30th Jun '12 4:13:42 PM DoctorSerenitySquid
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* Some ''{{Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan}}'' strips use wordless strips with text boxes rather than regular comic format.

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* Some ''{{Rogues ''Webcomic/{{Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan}}'' strips use wordless strips with text boxes rather than regular comic format.
22nd May '12 8:47:46 AM LordGro
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* Burne Hogarth, who had done the NewspaperComic version of ''{{Tarzan}}'' for many years, published a couple of {{Graphic Novel}}s using text taken directly from the original EdgarRiceBurroughs novels. The art is ''gorgeous,'' especially in ''Jungle Tales of Tarzan''.

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* Burne Hogarth, who had done the NewspaperComic version of ''{{Tarzan}}'' for many years, published a couple of {{Graphic Novel}}s using text taken directly from the original EdgarRiceBurroughs Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs novels. The art is ''gorgeous,'' especially in ''Jungle Tales of Tarzan''.
11th May '12 2:30:25 PM nombretomado
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* The entire ''Warrior'' comic, by [[ProfessionalWrestling The Ultimate Warrior]]. Check out [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]]'s review of it. There's enough text to make your eyes hurt.

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* The entire ''Warrior'' comic, by [[ProfessionalWrestling The Ultimate Warrior]]. Check out [[TheSpoonyExperiment [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]]'s review of it. There's enough text to make your eyes hurt.
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