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Spining a dark web of fun

November 26, 2009

Got featured in The Hindu along with other comics like XKCD, PhD. The usual suspects.

Also had an interview with Webneetech, in one of their Blogger interviews. Check out the other blogs, you’ll find a few good ones. Read the interview. Perhaps I should get a new photo.

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Brought in some good traffic, and new Chennai followers on Twitter. For one beautiful instant search traffic for “fly you fools” was more than the usual “Savita Bhabhi”.

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Hindustan Times article on Webcomics

Got featured in Hindustan Times along with XKCD and Jesus and Mo. The article says the owner of XKCD and some other comics is able to make a living through the webcomic. It stays silent on the revenue of Fly You Fools. A good move there…

Additional hilarity: Go to HT’s link for this article here: http://bit.ly/NAWjr and click on “story in audio” link on top right. Hours of fun.

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Article in Mint

March 21, 2009

Got an article in the newspaper Mint about webcomics. Thanks to @sidin on Twitter. Goes on to show how being on Twitter can help promote your brand, and occasionally get your face in the newspaper. A few months back I did 3 guest comics by three people on Twitter. We called it a Twomic, and you can check them out here at “I Deny This Comic”. It was about Pakistan’s denial of any involvement in the terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

Akhtar’s work is slightly more complicated than the average webcomic; he is also a talented photographer and all the characters in his panels are portrayed using heavily modified photographs of friends and other people he runs into.

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More Shameful Self Promotion

September 30, 2008

Well some more good news. Readers would be overjoyed to hear your favorite webcomic (No, not XKCD) was featured in more newspapers and even got it’s face on the TV. I would like to take this moment to thank all those…

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OMG We’re Famous!

September 14, 2008

Got featured in Indian Express! A good article about how cool the webcomic people are, by Sharon Fernandes of Indian Express. Also featured are Anshul of Brainstuck, Amrit of Shitoons and Ramkrishna of Rambling with Bellur.

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