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  • DP and the tale of the Search Engine

    It sure would be nice if all of the Devils Panties, Pirate, and Geebas comics were searchable on the webcomic search engine Oh No Robot. Currently I want to find Jennies comic about the movie 300, and it is a daunting task to try and find it. Jennie has SOOOOO many comics...
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  • #2
    The search engine is here, but the search engine only goes until March 2007.

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    • #3
      Well, LJ, according to imdb, 300 's first critic reviews (Screenings) were the week of March 11th, and it peeked in popularity around April 1st (all 2007), so I would search the Jennie comics within 2 weeks of those dates. Hopefully, that should narrow it down. Funny, it is listed as a 2006 release because an early version was shown at a film festival in Austin, Texas on December 9th called "The Austin Butt Numb-A-Thon!"

      ...

      You're right, though. It would be nice if... But that takes a LOT of work on Oh No.

      Last edited by jimbo; 07-20-2007, 06:00 PM.
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      • #4
        The strips are here and here

        They aren't searchable yet, though... I had to look manually, but Jimbo's info helped!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jimbo View Post
          ...

          You're right, though. It would be nice if... But that takes a LOT of work on Oh No.

          I was partially trolling (as in fishing) for a super devoted fan to take the bait. Someone who wouldn't mind putting in the time to get the search engine to work on the whole system. Usually with any fan base there are people like that.
          Buy me a Slurmtini Aye?!?

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          • #6
            Dude, I transcribed nearly 99% of the DP archive! The rest is up to Jennie, I can't transcribe Geebas if she doesn't add it to Oh No Robot, but even if she did, I'd leave the transcribing for a larper

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            • #7
              What does Jennie have to do? As we all know, she is busy like a ferret on soda-pop.
              Buy me a Slurmtini Aye?!?

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              • #8
                Jennie has to approve the transciption for it to be searchable, and she has to contact Oh No Robot ask them to put Geebas in the search engine.

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