WHO TO BLAME
I have only one thing to say-- I'd like to apologize ahead of time for the considerable amount of lunch ladies out there that are regular readers of MGoBlog. This strip is in now way a commentary on school-supplied lunches in the state of Michigan.
Friday Fun continues-- yep, you guessed it-- on Friday.
Some new formatting news for the New Year:
THE BLOCKHAMS™ runs (typically) every Wednesday here at MGoBlog and on its official home page. Also, don't forget to check out the Friday Fun, my weekly single panel comic based on trending Michigan events, available on Twitter and the home page every Friday.
These two must be in the Residential College, that is the only place where they serve Soilent Green on Campus.
I never thought about blaming RR!
It's taken me a while, but am I the only one who doesn't see the new Friday rights, er, funnies? Last one I see is from November 15 on the linked page.
Also, let's get some basketball action in there!
I think they moved to the Twitter sphere, so you have to go there for new ones
I'm not a twitterer, so haven't checked it out there. In my defense, six zero''s posts do say available on twitter AND the home page.
The Friday archive got away from me a little bit last month. I plan on starting a 2013 page of the FridayFun stuff and ultimately locking the '12 page.
What do you guys think of that name, "Friday Fun?" Not sure if I'm all in with it, but "Friday Roughs" just didn't seem applicable any more...
...it seems to lack the descriptive nature of your previous title. Even keeping it the same would be fine, as it would act as an ode to the feature that evolved into the not-so-rough designs you generate each Friday (like a site lore of sorts, similar to Unverified Voracity). My preferred option would be making a play on the original title, like using "Friday Finals" or "Friday Finishes" to show that the Friday sketches are better quality than they used to be.
Other options that I don't like as much:
Friday Extra, Friday Bonus, Friday Shorts, Last Laugh, Blockham Fridays.
the "Friday Frame." It's usually a one-frame drawing but it's now a fully-baked version. Also announcing "Stay tuned for The Friday Frame" sounds pretty good...