Hey, my favorite webcomic just used my font
today! It's the bold text at the end where he talks personally to the reader. When I first started making comic drafts, one of the first things I had to decide was what font to use. Since POPsickleSTRIP was supposed to be an anti-comic, I chose the biggest, ugliest, hardest-to-read, most-boring, least-comical-looking, least-space-efficient, uncoolest font I could find -- Arial Black
. I've never seen anyone else use it until now. So I wonder if it's a nod to popstrip or if Goose is just going insane -- because I'm supposed to be the only one crazy enough to use that font.
Edit: Btw, you can usually view a text version of the comic in screenplay format by pressing SHIFT+S.