Old Skool Webcomic: Introduction

Old Skool Webcomic
Old Skool Webcomic: because sometimes art is boring.

Two Circles, Mr. A and Mr. B, talking about whatever happens to tickle their fancy at the time. Old Skool Webcomic represents the cutting edge of web-based comic entertainment technology, circa 1999, and has entertained literally tens of people since its inception in early 2006. Violating almost every rule of What One Ought To Do To Have A Successful And Well-Crafted Webcomic, it shows.

Published intermittently, it is the only remaining webcomic about sentient, talking geometric shapes with assigned letters as identifying designations published in vertical 405x750 format (on most days) that continues to exist in its natural habitat, the World Wide Web.

There are those who may question the wisdom of creating an information page, archive page, cast page, and FAQ for a webcomic that currently (as of 25 Feb 2007) has all of ten comics to its name. This is a fair and reasonable question, but Old Skool Webcomic is neither fair nor reasonable, so an answer to that question will not be forthcoming, unless I put in the FAQ, but you'll have to read the FAQ to find out, which will only increase my page views and encourage me. Do you really want to do that? Do you?

View the Old Skool Webcomic Archives

View the first comic

Browse through the somewhat limited archives of Old Skool Webcomic, and marvel that someone would go through all that trouble to actually create archives for Old Skool Webcomic.

View the latest comic

View the latest comic

View the latest installment.

View the first comic

View the first comic

Start at the beginning.

View the official FAQ

View the FAQ

For anyone who has ever asked "WTF???" This is "TF."

View the cast of characters

View the cast of characters

All things considered, this is going to be a very brief page.