LINKAGE: Stuff to Visit
Tripod: The service that made this possible. Now you have someone to blame for this besides me.
Hotmail: My main email service.
Yahoo!: Besides email, it also has a lot of other neat stuff like....
Yahoo! Clubs: I'm a member of a whole buncha clubs in here. Join one or create your own.
Yahoo! Chat: The BEST chat service around (most times). Chat with thousands of people around the world on any topic at any time.
Yahoo! Messenger: Download this bad boy and communicate with your other Yahoo! buddies any time they're online!
Crusader News.com: The Crusader, my college's award-winning student-run newspaper, has its own website. Check out my comic strip "Zero: Big Alien on Campus" in the 'Opinions' section.
Marvel Comics: The online home for the Marvel Comics characters, this site boasts news, character bios, games, and if you have the Flash plugin, online comics!
DC Comics.com: The online home of DC Comics.
Wizard World: The website of Wizard Entertainment, publisher of Wizard Magazine: The Guide to Comics
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The official Mirage Studios TMNT website.
The New Batman/Superman Adventures: Official website of "The New Batman/Superman Adventures", a spiffy animated series.
Batman Beyond.Com: If you have Flash or Shockwave plugins, check out this site devoted to the cool-as-frozen-toothpaste animated series.
Altered Earth Arts: A showcase of several commercial artists' works, including a few former comics artists like Michael Dooney and A.C. Farley.
Emiko Genesis: One of the coolest online comics around, detailing the career of a futuristic rookie cop.
Argon Zark: The funniest online comic of all time!! The title character and his friends experience a weird cyberspace world. Read it, find the pop-culture references and beware Badnasty Jumpjump!
Scott McCloud.com: Hosted by Scott McCloud, author of "Understanding Comics" and "Reinventing Comics", does a lot of experimental stuff with the concept of online comics. The guy is a genius.
Exploitation Now: Words cannot describe how funny this online comic strip is. One warning, though: not for the easily-offended.
Comics Continuum: A great resource for comics-related news, and previews of upcoming comics issues. I go here daily.
Comixtreme: Extensively devoted to resources for comics fans. There's e-mail, reviews, previews, a huge image gallery. But the email doesn't work right now. >:(
Something Positive: A funny online comic strip about a group of slacker friends in Boston. The humor is...well, not exactly PG-13 or below, but the comic is great for twenty-something "loser humor".
Beaverdozer's Page!: My brother's website. It's humble, and probably hasn't been visited in a decade, but check it out anyway.
Left Turn at Westchester: An X-Men movieverse RPG with a lot of fanfiction writers among the group of players. Great stuff transpires here.
Team X Rpg: A small group of young mutants carry on the tradition of the now-missing X-Men...if they can get their act together, that is.
Subreality.Com: Kielle, Fan Mistress Extraordinaire, has a buncha cool stuff, like...
C-FAN: Run by Kielle, the Comicbook Fan Authors Network is a list of the various fanfiction websites to be found, as well as a forum for the authors.
Countingdown.com: A movie fan site that counts down the time remaining until the premieres of new movies, and features message boards and other fan stuff.
Countdown to X-Men: The Movie: The latest news on the upcoming X-Men movie, as well as images and the largest X-Men messageboard on the Internet!
Ultimate X: Webmastered by a good friend of mine, Volcanorob, this site features all kinds of stuff on Ultimate X-Men, including issue reviews and a messageboard.
Enter the Ninja.com: A database that strives to provide accurate and interesting information on the ninja and their methods and weapons. The site also contains a lot of pictures regarding ninja in the media.
Perch and Creep's site: Perch is an up-and-coming fanfic poet who happens to like my writing. Go figure.
The Medicine Wheel: Minisinoo is pretty much the best X-Men fanfic writer on the planet. 'Nuff said.