Pen and Cape Society: The Super Choice Adventure Comes to an End

Submitted by Christopher Wright on

So the Pen and Cape Society website has posted the fourteenth and final chapter of the Super Choice Adventure. Jim Zoetewey, author of The Legion of Nothing, closes it out quite nicely I think.

It was fun to play with the other authors. I hope it was a fun read. If you're visiting for the first time because of it, welcome! Pull up a chair, page through the fiction, feel free to correct my grammar and spelling. :D

Pen and Cape Society: Super Choice Adventure, Chapter 11

Submitted by Christopher Wright on

The Pen and Cape Society has just released the eleventh chapter of the Super Choice Adventure, a group fiction project where you, the reader, gets to vote who writes the next chapter.

Chapter 11 was my turn, and things got a little out of hand.

By "a little out of hand" I mean "the average chapter has been around 1400-1500 words and my initial draft came in at 3600 FREAKING WORDS so I pared it down to 2750 FREAKING WORDS which is still too much but I ran out of time so there it is."

Anyway: The Super Choice Adventure Page, for those of you who are curious but who haven't been following it. And Chapter 11, my ridiculously overgrown contribution, for your consideration and enjoyment.

New Feature: Infinite Scrolling for Webcomic Story and Character Arcs

Submitted by Christopher Wright on

Another new feature I've wanted to add for a long time is now being tested, in limited fashion, on my site.

For quite a while, I've set up my comic to give readers the ability to view the entire arc of a storyline by clicking the storyline name on the comic display:

In the example above, clicking "The Road to Binky" takes you to the very beginning of that story arc (one of the larger ones in my archives).

Site now (mostly) mobile-compatible

Submitted by Christopher Wright on

Earlier this year I switched over to a new theme that was supposed to support mobile devices. It did, for the most part, but there were... um... aberrations that forced me to disable some of its mobile device-friendly tricks. As a result, trying to look at my website on a mobile device, specifically a smartphone, was not a pleasant experience.

This weekend I think I fixed most of that, so if you're one of the brave few who visits this place on your cell phone, well, it should be easier to do.

For those of you who visit here with computers, you probably won't notice too many of the differences, with the exception of the pagers I use for the webcomics (I had to stack the pagers on top of each other in order to get them to fit on a mobile device). Other than that, you shouldn't notice the changes at all. If you want to see what it looks like, though, you can just change your browser size. The changes are based on a calculation of display width, so if you reduce the width of your browser you'll the layout update accordingly.

The last thing I need to take care of on the mobile device front is the Fiction Page. The multi-tabbed box at the top doesn't display well on small screens. It's something I've been planning to update anyway, because it's a bit cumbersome to manage and isn't as useful as I was hoping.

If you find any site problems, post them here in the comments or put something in the site forums.

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