Web Comic Tag!

 

WEB COMIC TAG 3

So here are the Rules. 

Basically, you assemble a group of players (A, B, & C) who are all web comic creators.  Creator A kicks it off and does a strip containing his/her characters and Creator B’s characters.  Creator B is then TAGGED.  He/She will do a web comic containing his characters and Creator C’s characters, TAGGING Creator C.  Creator C then does a strip containing his/her characters and Creator A’s.  Then the game is complete.

There is not a designated lineup.  The TAGGED creator can chose to TAG any of the players. 

No one can do a strip until they are tagged.  It works out great if your next post is the TAGGING strip to keep momentum, but it’s okay if you already have plans and need an extra post or two to TAG the next player.  More than that and the game lulls. 

For Round 3 we are adding one more dimension.  No more of that Hippy-infested Willy-Nilly do whatever pleases you.  This time we will try to keep a plot-line…ish kinda a thing to Web Comic Tag. 

For instance, if Creator A’s strip included Hipster Zombies, then Creator B must continue the line with Hipster Zombies.  Now this doesn’t necessarily mean that Hipster Zombies have to continue through all strips.  Creator B can kill off Hipster Zombies, but must leave something for Creator C to continue. 

This way the game can be read as one story line per se.  Now are we gonna stick Hard and Fast to this rule.  Of course not, we’re hippy-infested cartoonist, but it might be fun to see where this rule takes us and where we end up.

Besides, I believe it adds a bit of a challenge to the game, should be more enjoyable to readers who live to follow Web Comic Tag (thousands upon thousands) and in the end make us regret we ever signed up for Web Comic Tag Round 3 (#TagR3).

Simple, right?

Use this hashtag when posting, discussing or anything else related to Webcomic Tag Round 3:  #TagR3

Tweet me, or leave a comment here if you need any clarification.

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So here are the Rules.   (These are the rules for Round 2)

Basically, you assemble a group of players (A, B, & C) who are all web comic creators.  Creator A kicks it off and does a strip containing his/her characters and Creator B’s characters.  Creator B is then TAGGED.  He/She will do a web comic containing his characters and Creator C’s characters, TAGGING Creator C.  Creator C then does a strip containing his/her characters and Creator A’s.  Then the game is complete.

 

No one can do a strip until they are tagged.  It works out great if your next post is the TAGGING strip to keep momentum, but it’s okay if you already have plans and need an extra post or two to TAG the next player.  More than that and the game lulls.  

This was brought to my attention after posting:  There is not a designated lineup.  Creators can TAG whoever is left untagged until all players are Tagged.

 

Simple, right?

Use this hashtag when posting,discussing or anything else related to Webcomic Tag Round 2:  #TagR2

Jesse Kiefer

———-Splitting Heirs

Steve Mills

———-Dog-a-pult

Joe Flanders

———-Legends of the Hidden Temple of Doom

Stephen McGee

———-Hockey

Warren Frantz

———-Good Enough for Biohazards but

Snapped Penn

———-Ed and Issacs #3

Kevin Parham

———Another Comic Strip #14

Justin Voss

———-Ring Around the Rosies

Axton Kahler

———Say Goodnight Pedoclown

The Comic Community

The Hat and Fat

Round 1

The Hat and Fat

Raindog Comic

Adorable Crap

Lunarbaboon

Ninja and Pirate

Tank Monkey

Candy Trip Comic Strip

A Damaged Childhood

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7 comments on “Web Comic Tag!”

  1. […] comic is a part of the game of webcomic tag ring-mastered by The Hat and Fat.  Last week, the webcomic of Ed & Issac (Snapped Pen) tagged me by injecting some Batman […]

  2. Bueno! I’ll be sure to stop by.

  3. Love the pic for WebComic Tag (it’s a real thing).

  4. this is a great idea. can’t wait to read the result.

  5. Point of clarification… in round one we just tagged anyone that was still on the “untagged” side of things is that still how it works? So citing your example could creator A tag creator C, C tags B, B finishes with A?

    • yeah, there won’t be players designated or anything. I should have said that. Crap. I hope it’s not jumbled all up. What I’ll do is let some of us VETERAN TAGGERS start it this time.


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